10 Easy Ways to Promote Your Classroom Library {with Infographic}

If you’ve been following my blog, it is no secret that I am a huge fan of and cheerleader for classroom libraries. Why? Because research is clear that:

  • classroom libraries help promote literacy;
  • students who read more become better readers;
  • regular reading builds fluency, vocabulary, and comprehension; and

 
Unlike in the movie A Field of Dreams, even with the best of classroom libraries, building it alone does not always make them come. Sometimes, a little promoting helps create a renewed interest in the books and materials your classroom library has to offer students.

So, try these 10 easy ways to promote your classroom library. Then, let me know what worked for you!

10 Easy Ways to Promote Classroom Libraries

 

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Kimberly

Kimberly has been a teacher, administrator, and literacy consultant who worked in districts across the country to improve student literacy achievement. She currently serves as an Educational Specialist with Solution Tree and project manager for large-scale PLC implementations. Her new book, Blended Vocabulary: Harnessing the Power of Digital Tools and Effective Instruction, was recently released in February, 2017.