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I use this unit with my Pre-K and Kinder students to review how to take care of their library books. I usually pull out this game once I have read the book “Mr. Wiggle’s Book” by Paula M. Craig and Carol L. Thompson. To make the game pieces, I copied them on white cardstock and folded the phrase
This is a great activity to go along with “The Parts of a Book” interactive poster that I created (https://goo.gl/IbFHfG), but it can also be used alone. I've included 2 posters labeling the parts of a book, and one poster that combines them both. The vocabulary words on the posters are: Front Cov
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In this Parts of a Book set you will find 16 worksheets and 2 sets of vocabulary cards that cover the basics of print and the names of parts of a book. They also cover who an author and illustrator are and what their job is in making a book.Use these resources to reinforce and follow-up on the lesso
Already Done! Tasks for IEP Work Bins- Numbers Edition from Autism Classroom. Just print, laminate, add velcro and teach. This Numbers set includes -1 numbers matching task. - Identify similar numbers for 20 numbers. - “What is this?” cards to have students expressively name numbers. -Matc
I created these informal assessment cards because I wanted a quick way to gauge how my lesson went after I taught and/or reviewed the different types of Non-Fiction Text Features. The questions on the cards rotate between Table of Contents, Index, Headings, Photograph, Glossary, Keywords, Captions,
I made these posters to use with my students to help them understand the difference between Fiction and Non-Fiction books. I wanted to give them a way to:1) Learn the two types of books and their definitions2)Practice as a whole group, partners, or by themselves3)Assess their understanding.Included
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These reading genre labels are perfect for labeling and sorting books in your classroom library or reading corner. These were created in two distinct colors, red and green colored fonts to help kids to identify the varying sub-categories that their books fall under. The labels can be used on your li
This set includes 100 picture book puzzle pieces based on SLJ Top 100 Picture Books . For each puzzle piece , students will match up the Title, Cover of the book, and Spine Label/Call Number. Print out on card stock, laminate and cut apart.
Use these to review common reference books (Almanac, Atlas, Dictionary, Encyclopedia, and Thesaurus) that are used in the media center & classroom. Each puzzle piece contains the definition, name of reference book, and a related photo
Want a fun way to help your kids understand that there are different genres (or types) of literature? Then this set is for you! Included are 13 posters to teach your kids about the different fiction genres, a set of bookmarks, and a fun set of flashcards that can be used in a matching game. Check o
This bundle includes two of my library matching cards products perfect for teaching library skills, terminology and definitions to elementary students in a fun and engaging format.This bundle includes:● Library Terminology Cards- Lower Elementary ● Library Terminology Cards- Upper Elementary Please
By playing a Matching Game or Go Fish, students can use Dewey Match in a learning center to review Dewey Decimal numbers. Library Media Specialists can use as a 5-minute filler Around the World Game at the end of class by passing out the number cards and then holding up the picture cards and asking
Lesson Objective: Students will have a better understanding of how books are ordered by common subjects in the library, as well as better understand how Dewey Decimal call numbers are arranged in numerical order from the least to the greatest, which is how many of the books are arranged on the libra
Help your students master the nonfiction section of your Library Media Center with Dewey Dash. Students will compete with other teams to locate books on the shelf that match the Dewey number. This set is whole numbers only. As your students master locating whole numbers consider adding decimal
Emotions, Feelings and Character Word Cards / Posters – Two tall cards per portrait page. (24 pages)A one page chart is also included. The forty eight emotions and character words are as follows: Angry, aggressive, annoyed, assertive, awake, bored, confident, confused, caring, cold, creative, curiou
Task cards, Genre, Grammar Skills, ELA, Test Prep, Writing, Centers, CCSS, Independent Work, Fiction, Nonfiction! These are 50 great task cards for help with naming genres. Some cards use the genre definition and other cards give book titles. There are a wide variety of genres mentioned on the tas
56 Technology Vocabulary Terms! These are great for word wall posters or printing smaller for student flash cards! These are terms for: -working online, -the parts of a computer -and the parts of a tablet. I print these on regular paper, laminate, and then post on the wall/board as needed. *If the
Library and Information Technology Literacy flash cards for use with Quiz, Quiz, Trade or just as flash cards for review of skills. Ready to go. Simply print, cut apart, fold, and glue.
The product is a publisher file made into informational book marks. Each President of the United States is included on their own book mark, which prints out 3 presidents to a sheet. All of the information on the book marks came from Wikipedia. Each bookmark contains the following information Preside
Student sorts 36 real life pictures into categories of common carpenter tools and common tools found in a science classroom. This is a science based activity for Life Skills and Functional Academics students in late elementary through high school. Print out onto white cardstock, laminate and cut o
Out of this World Upper to Lower Case Matching Match the uppercase letter to the correct lowercase letter card. Lots of fun and large enough for little hands. Visit Dollar Store Teacher for more fun resources.
Improve your students knowledge of different computer icons, parts, and tools with these cards. Each sheet comes with 2 cards per sheet. 32 cards total. Use these cards to assist students in learning different computer parts.
Print these cards to help students master the difference between fiction, nonfiction, biography, and reference materials. To see other great products, follow my store: LIVIN’ IN A VAN DOWN BY THE RIVER Thanks!
This pack includes 20 questions to use in a Battle of the Books competition for the book "Stranded" by Jeff Probst. There is an Excel editable file that has questions, along with the page number where each question is found. The second part of the pack is a PDF file of flashcards of the same quest

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