Picture This! Using Picture Books in the Classroom
The Preschool Library
The library in a preschool room can be one of the most joyful places. This is where you can really see children’s love for literature begin to bloom.
Here are some helpful tips for organizing the preschool library:
Make a rotation schedule Come up with a cycle to change out old books and put in new ones. You will be amazed to find how doing this can be a simple way to get your students interested in the area and spend more time there.
Include all types of literature Most likely, picture books will be the most prominent type of books in the preschool library. However, it is important to introduce children to different types of texts, including non-fiction, magazines, and poems.
Keep it organized Some teachers find it helpful to keep on top of this by creating a color coding system, using sticky dots on the top corner of each book. Whatever your system, show your students how it works and enlist them to help keep the mess at bay!
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