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**Now comes with in an editable PowerPoint version!** Do you have students who are no longer able to check out books from your library because they have overdue books? Fill out this sheet and send it home to remind the parents of the missing book. I have found many families have paid for the book a
"Infant & Toddler Storytime Collection!" -97 Rhymes, Songs, & Fingerplays!- I currently teach Infant Storytimes at the Library I work for and I LOVE finding and creating new rhymes and songs for my little ones! This Storytime Collection has 97 Rhymes, Songs, and Fingerplays! The collection
There are many curriculum night/open house products on TPT for classroom teachers. Now here’s a product for school librarians/media specialists! This bundle should be useful for K-12 librarians as you are able to edit the content to fit your needs. Please be sure to download the PREVIEW so that y
This is a great way to help classroom teachers document behaviors that are happening when their students go to different classes. I've included 5 different versions:1) A form with just library2) A form with places for PE, Art, Music, Theater, and Library3) A form with places for PE, Art, Performing
The school library has unique 'announcements' to make to the school community and this unique editable newsletter template is just the way to make them. Use these for your back to school and end of year announcements as well as for seasonal information.Included in these templates:*7 newsletters for
Promote your school library resources to parents and advocate for your library program with this 20-page collection of printable newsletters and reminders. When combined with the included suggestions for social media posts, you can create an easy-to-maintain stream of communication that grows suppo
Distribute this printable to your students on their first day in the library/media center. They can post it on their fridge or keep it in their take-home folder as a reminder of important library information. Included: *Library version *Media Center version After downloading, feel free to rate th
Two page summer reading list, including a variety of genres and levels. Most titles include summaries. Feel free to edit at will. Developed for 4th graders entering 5th grade, but many titles appropriate for older and younger students.
Two page summer reading list, including a variety of genres and levels. Most titles include summaries. Feel free to edit at will. Developed for 5th graders entering 6th grade, but many titles appropriate for older and younger students.
Hold a "BOOK TASTING" themed for any time of the year in your classroom and have your students choose their next novel! Media Specialists and Librarians make it an evening event for parents and children to get a taste of some new books. It also a great way to set up book clubs and have students make
Two page summer reading list, including a variety of genres and levels. Most titles include summaries. Feel free to edit at will. Developed for 3rd graders entering 4th grades, but many titles appropriate for older and younger students.
All ready made overdue notices for students who have overdue library books. There are 3 different styles to choose from! Other Products: Behavior Plan Sheets Rewards: Sticker/Stamp Sheets Passes / Coupons (Rewards for Behavior Management) Note Home: Beginning of Year Student Survival Goody Baggi
Hold a "BOOK TASTING" in your classroom and have your students choose their next novel! Media Specialists and Librarians make it an evening event for parents and children to get a taste of some new books. It also a great way to set up book clubs and have students make their next choice!Check out my
Free “Hour of Code” Bookmarks for your Students!This year’s “Hour of Code” hosted by Code.org will be December 3-9, 2018! If you have never tried this fabulous activity with your students, please visit code.org to learn more. Please note that you can host an “Hour of Code” any time of the year!The
The beginning of the school year is super busy for librarians! With everything you have to do, save yourself some time and download these easy-to-use kindergarten beginning-of-the-year lessons that your students will love! Includes an EDITABLE Parent Note explaining the book care rules and library
Editable parent letter regarding the importance of summer reading. Attach to summer reading lists.
Welcome to my TPT store! This printable is for a friendly overdue book notice to parents. Students can even fill this out themselves in order to save you time! This notice is good for the first time a book is overdue. The idea for the product came from http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Li
As teachers, we all know that summer reading is vital in the prevention of the dreaded "summer slide" for our students. I wanted to find a fun way to encourage but also remind kids to read books each day throughout the summer. So I created these summer reading challenge brochures that combine a ca
Four pages of great read aloud titles for parents and teachers of elementary school children (primarily grades 3, 4, 5 and 6). Share these great titles with parents to encourage them to read with their children. Provides a variety of genres, but includes mostly fascinating nonfiction / information
End of School Certificate (Library Helpers): This fun certificate is a great way to thank your library helpers! So simple to use - type the name and date straight on the certificate! Great to accompany an end of school gift! These black and white certificates feature Graphic From the Pond's scrappy
A bright and vibrant poster to display your library day for students and parents.Includes a poster for each day of the week (Monday to Friday) and you can choose from a red or blue background. Also perfect for a superhero theme!Contains 10 pages.You might also like:Superhero Job Chart - EditableSupe
Newsletter templates for the Media Center or Library - one for each month of the year! Keep in contact with parents and guardians with this completely editable set for your media center or library. Includes 12 different designs - one for each month of the year. A great way to advocate for your progr
This letter helps you to introduce yourself to parents as the library media specialist of your school. It also provides guidelines for parents to help enforce good book care practices and being responsible with library books with their child.
This is a letter to send home with kindergarten or other young students when they check-out their 1st book! It encourages parents to talk with their student(s) about book care, and outlines expectations for checking out new books.----------------------------------------------------------------------

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