A Red Box “Read Box” in the book area.  We can place our favorite books in this shelf so that we can find them easier

A Red Box = “Read Box” in the library. ReadBox is a decorated shelf at Kensington Elementary School (Georgetown School District) created by librarian Jenny Cox.

Lessons with Laughter: Readbox Door! Students make book trailers for a book they read using QR codes and decorate the door as a Redbox.

Readbox Door with QR Codes

Lessons with Laughter: Readbox Door! Students make book trailers for a book they read using QR codes and decorate the door as a Redbox. Instead of trailers a could the QR code link to the ebook in the catalog?

Genius library display idea!!! Even good for high schools! @Heather Creswell Creswell Creswell Creswell Creswell Lindsey

16 Hilarious Signs That Prove Libraries Are the Greatest

Great idea for book fair theme! Readbox This would be such a great idea for a classroom library (or even school library) bulletin board/ display case! I like the idea of integrating pop culture references to catch kids attention.

Personalized Reading Boxes - I my classroom this would be a great time-saver. In the morning students need to make sure that they have at least 5 books in their book box and that way they are not searching during their early finisher time or during silent reading. This is also a great way to recommend books and keep track of what they are reading.

Recycled cereal boxes used to make personalized book bins - This is a good idea for organizing unfinished work or makeup work.

Cool idea for classroom library or school library! @Rachel R Smith -- you may like this!

This pin is a READ BOX instead of a red box. Its weekly books the students can check out. The purpose of the READ BOX is another creative library instead of books being on shelf’s it’s on cardboard boxes.

We're doing the clip chart next year!  Something interesting to think about as far as rewards are considered...

each drawer can be marked with an amount. They need to earn that amount in class cash to "buy" something in that drawer. Could include certificates for dress down days, homework passes, etc.

When they return their completed reading log, they get to pick a sucker! Now, some of these suckers have black dots on the ends of the stick. If they are lucky enough to pull out one of those, they get to pick from the treasure box. I thought a sucker once a month would be okay – that’s probably how long it will take most families to fill a reading sheet.  Some will fill them up faster, some will fill them up slower.

When students complete a book or their completed reading log, they get to pick a sucker! Now, some of these suckers have black dots on the ends of the stick. If they are lucky enough to pull out one of those, they get to pick from the treasure box or anot

At the beginning of the school year, have students bring in their own cereal box to transform into an organizational tool they can use in the classroom.  Allow them to personalize their holder with stickers, drawings or photos...Cristi Laprad.....book boxes!!!!!! Cheap

DIY Magazine Holders

Make your own magazine holders out of empty cereal box, cardstock & duct tape! From Classroom DIY: DIY Magazine Holders

WOW! Notebook that was created to boost morale and give each other a pat on the back.    When a staff member receives the notebook, they read the wonderful message that someone wrote for them.  They, in turn, write a note to another staff member to encourage, give a boost, or to just say how much they are appreciated.  At the bottom of the page they write, "Don't forget to pass it on....."

notebook -- a morale booster! When a staff member receives the notebook, they read the wonderful message that someone wrote for them. I fear this would turn into a book of sarcasm at our school.

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