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Save when you buy this bundle of 14 products that will help engage your students during your library media classes, encourage your students to read and share more books and help you with your professional organization and yearly evaluation. Included in this bundle are the following products (click
This 10-question quiz can be used in conjunction with the Non-Fiction Text Features Assessment task cards that are also in my store. *Updated on 10/11/15 to include alternate spelling of color (colour) to accommodate Aussie customers. I hope you find this useful! Sandy
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I created these informal assessment cards because I wanted a quick way to gauge how my lesson went after I taught the five main ways to search for books using our Destiny catalog. The questions on the cards rotate between author, title, subject/keyword, and series. When I printed this, I sel
This is a bundle of my library exit tickets for grades K-5. Exit tickets provide a quick way to check for understanding and to plan future instruction and reteaching of library skills.Some of the questions/topics:Grades K-2:What I learned today, one question I still have isVocabulary word and defini
This 10-question quiz can be used in conjunction with the Destiny Search Assessment task cards that are also in my store. Thanks! :) 8/31/14: I've also added an editable version so that you can tweak the questions to fit your books in your library. I've also included a version (and the editable q
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This document contains a Power Point presentation on different folktale types: fairy tales, myths, legends and fables. It also includes 2 different printable exit ticket assessments. Simply print out the last pages of the powerpoint to use the printables. Students do not need to view the prese
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Let your students show their dictionary skills off with a fun "All About Me" dictionary book. This is a great way to assess how well they understand the parts of a dictionary such as entry words, guide words, pronunciation, plurals, and mutliple meanings.This can be done as a guided lesson or perfor
This document includes an "Exit Ticket" that can be used for hands on practice after a lesson on using Destiny to find books in the library. Students must conduct an author search in Destiny and answer a few questions, such as what is the call number, date of publication, number of pages. They may
Reference Skills Test and Study Guide Students are required to know where to find information for research. This is a study guide, test, and answers on encyclopedia, atlas, telephone book, almanac, dictionary, thesaurus, index, glossary, table of contents, guide words, and syllables. The test is
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Using a Table of Contents - Nonfiction Text Feature This is a unit on using a table of contents. It contains a sample page that has a sample table of contents and rationale for using one. It also contains seven practice pages and a scavenger hunt. This could be used as a literacy station or quick
This is a 7 slide power point presentation on the dictionary. It is meant to be an introduction to the dictionary and explains both how to use a dictionary and the different parts of a dictionary entry. It could also be used as a review instead of an introduction. There are two pages of assessmen
Review Virginia Studies and Language Arts at the same time! This two-page multiple choice worksheet incorporates both reference sources and content from the Virginia Studies curriculum. This makes a great assessment, homework/classwork assignment, or review activity!Reference sources include:almanac
This unit has 4 different reading logs to track books read, points earned, words read, and test percentage. It includes a goal setting sheet for student accountability, labels for an AR folder, and 2 cute super reader award certificates. Perfect for helping students stay organized and track their p
This 20 page document includes spine label related practice pages (worksheets), exit ticket assessments, and a task card center (there is a version for either horizontal or vertical spine labels). I use it for 4 weeks of lesson plans for one grade in my primary school library, but you could also u
I use these NO PREP papers to assess my Kindergarten and First Grade students on fiction and nonfiction. The assessments would work equally well for other elementary grades as the pages are differentiated. You can use these in many different ways. Packet practice, practice and then assessment, as
Important: This product is also part of a huge discounted elementary library product bundle you can purchase here: Huge Elementary Library Product Bundle! Note: I have a Secondary Media Specialist Evidence Binder available for sale if you don’t want the “cutsey” graphics: Secondary Danielson E
This is a fun activity for students to learn and practice the terms title, author and call number, and to practice reading aloud and presenting to others. It will also expose students to a variety of books they might like to check out. Students must pay close attention so they will know when it is
I created these informal assessment cards because I wanted a quick way to practice the Dewey Decimal numbers with my students after we went over them in class. The questions on the cards rotate between all the 100 categories. I also included a set of blank cards so that you can make up your
This 10-question quiz can be used in conjunction with the Fiction and Non-Fiction Assessment task cards that are also found at my store.
Objective: Students will determine the call number for a picture book and use the call number find the book in the library. Use this activity after teaching picture book call numbers and picture book organization. Give each student a picture book call number search card. Each card has a picture b
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Needing to teach online safety and digital footprint to elementary school students? This Online Safety Digital Footprint lesson plan includes elementary aged appropriate information and activities, teacher instructions, and an assessment to cover roughly 90 minutes. I have taught this lesson with Ki
Did your lesson run short or do you find yourself waiting for students to be picked up? Don't let those minutes go to waste! Use them as instructional time with the Blurt It! review game. After preparing the materials, Blurt It! can be used to review library media center vocabulary, information l
SQ3R is a reading comprehension and study skills strategy for understanding non-fiction text. Learning to use the SQ3R method will help students to understand passages in textbooks, on standardized testing, and in nonfiction books used for research. This graphic organizer can be used with a textbook
I created these informal assessment cards because I wanted a quick way to practice the Fiction and Non-Fiction with my students after we went over this skill in class. The questions on the cards rotate Fiction stories and Non-Fiction stories. I also included a set of blank cards so that y

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