Saturday, April 5, 2014

Book Doors!

Welcome Pinterest! Thanks for popping in to see these book doors. 

I convinced the staff at our school to participate in National Reading Month this March, and so we all decorated our doors to represent a different book. Most teachers had students contribute to their doors.

Here are our finished products!

Grade 6: I Spy

Grade 2: Charlotte's Web 

Our LNC teacher: Happy Birthday, Moon 

Grade 2/3: Buddy 

Resource: Mortimer

Grade 2: the Mitten 

OTHER grade 1: Caps for sale 

And of course you've already seen mine: If you give a mouse a cookie

I hope we've inspired you with ideas for next year!

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  1. All the doors came out great! So creative. We've never decorated doors in our building before, maybe I should suggest it!

    Sara :)
    The Colorful Apple

    1. There were some complaints of how much work it was, but we were only limited by our imaginations!

  2. Love the doors! We've had door contests for Dr. Suess and drug awareness why not my favorite topic books! What a great way to celebrate National Reading Month.
    Mrs. Brown Loves Bookworms


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