I decided to make a “
Nook” for my students in my classroom. I
have an old unused classroom heater under my window in the room. The past few years I’ve used it as a really
nice size shelf….but now, I want a Reading Nook.
So….here it is sitting in my garage ready to be assembled!
The heater is about 18 inches deep and 3 foot tall.
The tall pieces of wood that I painted green and covered the tops with striped denim (to avoid splinters on the portion the kids will lean against) will be screwed into the sides of the heater. The students will sit on the heater and lean their back against the wood.
The bench I painted and recovered is an old piano bench I found. My husband cut off about 5 inches from the legs. Students (2 small ones) can sit on here and lean against the front of the heater and read. Students will also use the bench to access the top of the heater. The top of the heater will hold 2 students. Each student will lean against one of the boards. I embroidered the pillows I made. The students will use them while in the Reading Nook