Hanging Bed Canopy Baby Kids Reading Tents Cotton Netting Bedding

Hanging Bed Canopy Baby Kids Reading Tents Cotton Netting Bedding

I finally finished the kids reading nook area in our homeschooling classroom. I made a cushion pad and pillows. Also added the word " read". They are cardboard letters I picked up at Joanne's 50% off. Spray painted with metallic paint. I heard zeke reading to himself on a Sunday morning. It made me so happy that the hard work I have been doing for homeschooling my children is all worth it!

I finally finished the kids reading nook area in our homeschooling classroom. I made a cushion pad and pillows. Also added the word " read". They are cardboard letters I picked up at Joanne's 50% off. Spray painted with metallic paint. I heard zeke reading to himself on a Sunday morning. It made me so happy that the hard work I have been doing for homeschooling my children is all worth it!

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A few months ago I saw a few different designs for kid reading tents floating around on Pinterest. I love the idea of a little reading spot ...

My DIY Kid Play Tent

A few months ago I saw a few different designs for kid reading tents floating around on Pinterest. I love the idea of a little reading spot ...

Easy and charming instant reading nook made with a sheet

30 Days to Hands on Play Challenge: A Reading Tent

Reading Tent #2. This one tells me that I can build it 'today'! And the word "Easy" is in the title. Sounds promising.

Reading Tent #2. This one tells me that I can build it 'today'! And the word "Easy" is in the title. Sounds promising.

Create a kids reading tent from an old pack n play or playpen. Cut out one mesh panel on the side for access and put a fitted sheet over the top as a canopy. Change up the colors as often as you like!

Create a kids reading tent from an old pack n play or playpen. Cut out one mesh panel on the side for access and put a fitted sheet over the top as a canopy. Change up the colors as often as you like!

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