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Guide Word Fun! This 31-slide PowerPoint Presentation will offer guidance through the understanding of dictionary guide words, and how they aid students in study skills. Students will learn what guide words are, how they are used, and will practice using their alphabetizing skills in several ways
Dictionary Skills Bundle This awesome Bundle includes 3 amazing PowerPoints guaranteed to assist your students with all aspect of dictionary usage! Students can learn to alphabetize (to the third letter), use guide words purposefully, and determine which definition suits their needs. ************
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Review the differences between fiction and nonfiction texts with this fun, interactive and paperless activity. Students will work directly in Google Slides or Microsoft OneDrive to complete the activities. This is a fun, interactive way for students to practice different library skills. ilovedollard
Library Orientation Jeopardy is an easy way to make library orientation fun! A great way to introduce students to the library or media center, this interactive game includes 25 questions and answers in the following five categories:Book CareRulesGenresBook PartsGeneralEverything you review during or
Digital Citizenship and Internet Safety Jeopardy is an easy way to make digital citizenship fun! A great way to introduce or review with students to internet safety and being responsible on-line, this interactive game includes 25 questions and answers in the following five categories: Cyberbullying
Alphabetical Order with Ms. Pumpernickel - PowerPoint and Test Prep This 46 slide PowerPoint will give your students the basics of alphabetizing to the first, second, and third letter. Within the presentation, students will have the opportunity to learn through guided practice, independent practi
This is an editable PowerPoint lesson to introduce students to fiction call numbers, specifically easy fiction call numbers. All you have to do is click in the text boxes and edit the text. ​This is a fun and engaging way to teach and review library skills.​Suggested grade levels: 1st and 2nd (the
This lesson introduces the Super 3 Research Skills to students in grades k-2. The Super 3 Research Skills are a condensed version of The Big 6--which is used for older students. The steps are 1. Plan 2. Do 3 Review. This lesson introduces the steps and then as a whole group, goes through each s
Holiday Library Jeopardy is an easy way to review library information while having fun! A great way to reinforce media center skills and encourage discussion about reading, this interactive game includes 25 questions and answers in the following five categories:Fiction or Non-FictionCharactersSettin
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Review library skills with your K-2 students with this paperless resource. Students will work directly in Google Slides or Microsoft OneDrive to complete the activities. This is a fun, interactive way for students to practice different library skills. #tptdigitalWhat is included⇒ Teacher directions
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If you are an elementary librarian who uses Google Apps then this bundle is for you! Purchasing this bundle will give you 12 different library skills products to use with your students from K-6. There is a wide variety of skills and topic covered in this resource. They include:Dewey Decimal SystemCa
This is an interactive library behavior and rules Powerpoint presentation for Preschool, Kindergarten, 1st, and 2nd grades. It is great for use on a Smartboard. You could even modify it for other uses. My students love the sounds in this presentation. Find more resources at ElementaryLibrarian.
This is a simple PowerPoint lesson to introduce your students to guide words. There are 17 slides. First students learn what guide words are and where to find them on a dictionary page. Then there are some practice questions to help students find guide words on a dictionary page and to identify w
This is a very detailed smart notebook lesson that is designed to develop the following information literacy skills: 1. Understanding of Dewey Decimal Classification System 2. Organization of Nonfiction books using Dewey Decimal System 3. Locating Nonfiction books on the shelves using Dewey numbers
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These digital rewards are perfect for any librarian who is looking for a way to implement a whole-class rewards system with their students. It is made to use with Google Slides. It is a very flexible system that can be used with multiple classes and grade levels. You simply choose a slide for each c
This smartboard lesson introduces children to call numbers of fiction books in the library. Colorful pictures, interactive elements of the lesson, and practice exercises will develop a thorough understanding of the purpose and role of call numbers. This library skills lesson is appropriate for grade
In the lesson, students will be introduced to an atlas. They will see sample atlas pages that look at what types of information can be found in atlases. Students will learn that there are different types of atlases (Atlases that focus on a country, a continent, or the world). Students will also
This lesson would follow a lesson introducing copyright and plagiarism. In this lesson, students will learn two ways to avoid breaking the law by plagiarizing: Paraphrasing and Citing Sources.
This is a non linear Power Point Presentation to introduce plagiarism to students. The presentation includes four senarios that students can answer. Each answer is linked to a specific slide. When the correct answer is selected the teacher should click to reveal sub questions about the senario. Use
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This is a set of 16 digital graphic organizers that can be used with any fiction book. Students will work directly in Google Slides or Microsoft OneDrive to complete the activities. This is a fun, interactive way for students to respond to their reading. They can be completed independently or collab
This Smartboard lesson is an introduction to the historical fiction genre. It was created for elementary students by a second grade teacher turned elementary library media specialist. This lesson explains the term genre and describes the characteristics of the historical fiction genre. Students w
In this Smartboard lesson, students will learn: Front Cover Title Author Illustrator Back Cover Blurb Spine Call Number There are also some fun videos included to keep students interested. At the end of the lesson there is a short whole-group sort for students to sort the parts of a book. Incl
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Are you trying to amp up your tech savvy classroom or library?Here is a simple Google Slides Book Care sorting and small book activity.For my Library Friends, this is a great library center for the lower grades. Just have it ready on an iPad or Interactive Whiteboard for the students to work with.In
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This PDF has a link to a Google Slide activity where students can watch 2017 Super Bowl Commercials (from YouTube) and answer Media Literacy questions about each commercial. It is meant for 1 class period of about 30-45 minutes and make take 2 depending on the amount of direct teaching mixed into th

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