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Old 11-06-2010, 03:10 AM
 
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I need a cute idea for a Winter/Christmas Reading Bulletin board. It needs to be motivational and not require student work. Any ideas?


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Old 11-06-2010, 03:34 AM
 
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Maybe you could get some book covers and use them as blankets for characters in a bed or a cozy chair by the fire and title it:
"Covers for a Chilly Night...READ." or "We've Got You Covered!"

Or have some bears in a cave reading with the title:
"Hibernating Heaven" or "Snuggle Up with a Good Book"

Or have the book covers mounted on large snowflakes of varying shapes and pastel colors and say:
"S'now Better Time to Read!" or "Winter Wonderland"
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Wow... those are super cute ideas. Thanks for sharing them!
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Love your ideas. Where do you get book covers without having to buy hardcover books? I only have paperbacks.
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Old 12-02-2010, 02:58 AM
 
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MaKief:
Ways to "find" book covers...
1. Ask colleagues, especially the librarian, if they have any book jackets you can borrow.
2. My public library dicards books and often I found some there.
3. Take your paperbacks and duplicate the cover on the Xerox machine (or whatever brand ). If you don't have a color copier, simpley mount on construction paper ...even add a litle fringe.

Chihuahuagirl...Thanks! And you're welcome!


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