Why is a Reading Corner Important for School Students

Why is a Reading Corner Important for School Students?

At Cost Cutters UK, we recognise that reading is one of the most important parts of children’s learning and development. Having a dedicated and comfortable reading space that kids love can influence students to read and encourage them to spend more reading in a cosy corner. 

Reading alone or with a teacher can improve student’s confidence and encourage them to read more often. A quiet and private area can give students who are nervous to read around others the confidence to read alone in a cosy dedicated reading area. Keep a selection of books on open shelves in the reading corner for your students to explore and discover. The reading corner can be a great place for children to discover their favourite books and genres.

Reading Corner

Tips for creating the perfect reading space

Decoration – Your reading area needs to be big enough to fit a few students or a student and a teacher in at a time but small enough to feel like a cosy, private area. The more colourful and decorated your reading area is, the more time your students will want to spend there. Decorate your corner with lights and hangings to create a whimsical and fun place for your students to spend time.

Sound – Include a listening centre in your reading corner to bring the area to life. Include more sensory elements to your reading nook by including a way for your students to listen to their favourite stories with audiobooks. 

Comfort – Cost Cutters have a range of comfortable seating. Whether you would like to furnish your reading space with bean bagscushions or soft seating, we have seating to suit every school’s reading corner. 

Reading buddies – Younger children can benefit from having stuffed animals to read to, include some stuffed animals in your reading space for your students to sit with and read to. For older children, why not buddy up students to be reading partners and visit the reading space together? The more enjoyable the reading corner is, the more the children will want to visit. 

Now that you’re ready to create or renovate your classroom’s reading corner, explore our range of seating to create a comfy and cosy area for your students. Cost Cutters library seating range includes a range of comfy seating perfect for a reading corner. The range includes bean bags, cushions, soft sofas and more. We also have shelving for your library books and even ready-made reading spaces such as our Early Years Cosy Reading Room Furniture. Your themed reading space is a place for students and teachers to enjoy quiet time and the joy of reading and listening. Don’t forget to discard old and worn books and rotate the books on the shelves so the children have new exciting stories to read. 

Why is a Reading Corner Important for School Students?

At Cost Cutters UK, we recognise that reading is one of the most important parts of children’s learning and development. Having a dedicated and comfortable reading space that kids love can influence students to read and encourage them to spend more reading in a cosy corner. 

Reading alone or with a teacher can improve student’s confidence and encourage them to read more often. A quiet and private area can give students who are nervous to read around others the confidence to read alone in a cosy dedicated reading area. Keep a selection of books on open shelves in the reading corner for your students to explore and discover. The reading corner can be a great place for children to discover their favourite books and genres.

Reading Corner

Tips for creating the perfect reading space

Decoration – Your reading area needs to be big enough to fit a few students or a student and a teacher in at a time but small enough to feel like a cosy, private area. The more colourful and decorated your reading area is, the more time your students will want to spend there. Decorate your corner with lights and hangings to create a whimsical and fun place for your students to spend time.

Sound – Include a listening centre in your reading corner to bring the area to life. Include more sensory elements to your reading nook by including a way for your students to listen to their favourite stories with audiobooks. 

Comfort – Cost Cutters have a range of comfortable seating. Whether you would like to furnish your reading space with bean bagscushions or soft seating, we have seating to suit every school’s reading corner. 

Reading buddies – Younger children can benefit from having stuffed animals to read to, include some stuffed animals in your reading space for your students to sit with and read to. For older children, why not buddy up students to be reading partners and visit the reading space together? The more enjoyable the reading corner is, the more the children will want to visit. 

Now that you’re ready to create or renovate your classroom’s reading corner, explore our range of seating to create a comfy and cosy area for your students. Cost Cutters library seating range includes a range of comfy seating perfect for a reading corner. The range includes bean bags, cushions, soft sofas and more. We also have shelving for your library books and even ready-made reading spaces such as our Early Years Cosy Reading Room Furniture. Your themed reading space is a place for students and teachers to enjoy quiet time and the joy of reading and listening. Don’t forget to discard old and worn books and rotate the books on the shelves so the children have new exciting stories to read. 

Why is a Reading Corner Important for School Students?

At Cost Cutters UK, we recognise that reading is one of the most important parts of children’s learning and development. Having a dedicated and comfortable reading space that kids love can influence students to read and encourage them to spend more reading in a cosy corner. 

Reading alone or with a teacher can improve student’s confidence and encourage them to read more often. A quiet and private area can give students who are nervous to read around others the confidence to read alone in a cosy dedicated reading area. Keep a selection of books on open shelves in the reading corner for your students to explore and discover. The reading corner can be a great place for children to discover their favourite books and genres.

Reading Corner

Tips for creating the perfect reading space

Decoration – Your reading area needs to be big enough to fit a few students or a student and a teacher in at a time but small enough to feel like a cosy, private area. The more colourful and decorated your reading area is, the more time your students will want to spend there. Decorate your corner with lights and hangings to create a whimsical and fun place for your students to spend time.

Sound – Include a listening centre in your reading corner to bring the area to life. Include more sensory elements to your reading nook by including a way for your students to listen to their favourite stories with audiobooks. 

Comfort – Cost Cutters have a range of comfortable seating. Whether you would like to furnish your reading space with bean bagscushions or soft seating, we have seating to suit every school’s reading corner. 

Reading buddies – Younger children can benefit from having stuffed animals to read to, include some stuffed animals in your reading space for your students to sit with and read to. For older children, why not buddy up students to be reading partners and visit the reading space together? The more enjoyable the reading corner is, the more the children will want to visit. 

Now that you’re ready to create or renovate your classroom’s reading corner, explore our range of seating to create a comfy and cosy area for your students. Cost Cutters library seating range includes a range of comfy seating perfect for a reading corner. The range includes bean bags, cushions, soft sofas and more. We also have shelving for your library books and even ready-made reading spaces such as our Early Years Cosy Reading Room Furniture. Your themed reading space is a place for students and teachers to enjoy quiet time and the joy of reading and listening. Don’t forget to discard old and worn books and rotate the books on the shelves so the children have new exciting stories to read.