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Make the library nonfiction collection more easily accessible to help your patrons become independent library users. Guide graphics for nonfiction subjects match shelf signs and labels so students and teachers can spot what they want and need. Dewey Decimal Classification numbers become familiar a
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Do your students have trouble identifying what a call number is and where they can find it on a book? This set of 30 task cards is perfect for teaching about call numbers. The cards have students explore the fiction and non-fiction sections of the library hunting for popular authors and topics. By t
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Get students up and moving and learning how to arrange books on the library shelves! This document includes 20 pages of library call numbers (10 fiction and 10 nonfiction - Dewey Decimal System numbers) to print out and laminate. Have students come to the front of the class and hold their call num
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These simple but effective library skills worksheets ask students to put call numbers in the correct order, practicing alphabetizing and finding books on the shelf. There are three worksheets included: Fiction (F plus first three letters of the author's last name) Non-Fiction (Dewey number plus fir
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This is an editable center activity to review easy fiction call numbers. There are 18 call numbers and 18 author cards. Students can match the call number card to the author card. There is a recording sheet for students to write 12 call numbers and the matching author. Students can also put the
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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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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
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"Turkey Hunt" is a fun, seasonal game to give students practice in finding call numbers in the Fiction, Easy Fiction, Non-Fiction and Biography sections of the library. Set Includes: - Description / Instructions - Photo Example - All Necessary Printables - BONUS: Individual .jpeg files of printa
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Review call numbers with students in an active, engaging way! In this library media skills game, students compete to be the first to select the correct answer. Armed with flyswatters, each team member glances at a call number and then races to swat the sign that contains the name of the library se
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These are bookmarks to use in a school library. They are black and white to make for easy copying. They can be copied and just handed out as regular bookmarks that offer some assistance to patrons or they could also be used in scavenger hunts practicing looking for different areas of the library. T
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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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These call number puzzles are designed as a time filler or center activity for when students have completed their other library media center work! A quiet, simple learning activity, the puzzles are easy to implement and are inexpensive to make. They allow students to work independently or in small
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This resource is an invaluable tool when students are trying to find books in the Nonfiction section of the library. When students don't have time to use the OPAC, they can simply use this guide to find the dewey number for some of the most popular subjects. Suggestions for use: *Print copies of b
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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 (t
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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
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Use this assessment to help you determine whether your students understand how fiction call numbers are written and organized. There are three levels of assessment—ordering 3, 4, or 5 call numbers. This will help you differentiate your assessment or give it across grade levels. There are version
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Use this coloring sheet to help your students review call numbers and in which part of the library media center they are found! This two-page coloring sheet requires students to read call numbers and color code them depending on what type they are (i.e. Fiction, Easy, or Nonfiction). It's perfect
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This is an editable SmartBoard lesson to introduce students to fiction call numbers, specifically easy fiction call numbers . Suggested grade levels: 1st and 2nd (these are the grades I have used this lesson with). The lesson reviews the following concepts: What a fiction book is (activity to sort
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This is a bingo game to support the teaching of call numbers in the library. Boards can be mounted on file folders or construction paper an laminated. The teacher will call out the author of a fiction book, picture book or famous person for a biography, and students will cover the matching call numb
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Get students actively engaged through this movement activity! After reading a children's book about a turkey in disguise to avoid being Thanksgiving dinner, students work in cooperative groups to search for a hidden turkey in the library media center. In the library skills review game, they demons
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This Powerpoint presentation contains 14 slides introducing and explaining the purpose of a call number and how to understand/read call numbers. For this particular lesson, the call numbers discussed are E (everybody or easy) F (fiction) Dewey Decimal (for nonfiction as well as some fiction that
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These call number puzzles are designed as a time filler or center activity for when students have completed their other library media center work! This packet is a second pack of puzzles to complement the first set of puzzles. A quiet, simple learning activity, the puzzles are easy to implement a
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Want more seasonal Call Number Quilts? Buy THE BUNDLE and save! Are you looking for a fun way for your students to practice identifying library call numbers? Try these Call Number Quilts! There are 6 different call number quilt coloring sheets. Three of them are in an editable format to allow y
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Your students will enjoy mixing these cookies to sort them into the appropriate call number categories! You could even use the cookies alone to practice call number order (alphabetical and numerical). Included: Instructions Cookie Jars: easy, easy fiction, everybody, picture books fiction, gene
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In this lesson, students will learn about the call numbers of biography books and how the call numbers of biography books are organized to help locate biographies on the shelves. This lesson is appropriate for grades 3 and up.
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These call number puzzles are designed as a time filler or center activity for when students have completed their other library media center work! A quiet, simple learning activity, the puzzles are easy to implement and are inexpensive to make. They allow students to work independently or in small g
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Want more seasonal Call Number Quilts? Buy THE BUNDLE and save! Are you looking for a fun seasonal activity for your students to practice identifying library call numbers? Try these Call Number Quilts! There are 6 different call number quilt coloring sheets. Three of them are in an editable for
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These call number puzzles are designed as a time filler or center activity for when students have completed their other library media center work! This packet is the third pack of puzzles to complement the first two sets of puzzles. A quiet, simple learning activity, the puzzles are easy to implem
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Call Numbers Call Numbers: Author and Title Sorting Activity Students use each book's call number to identify the author who wrote it. Cards representing the following authors and books are included: -L. Frank Baum - The Wonderful Wizard of Oz ( F BAU) -Jan Brett - Berlioz the Bear (E BRE) -Margar
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This activity has been tested and used in my elementary school Media Center for years. Students LOVE it! This file has TWO complete Call Number Scavenger Hunts for your library. Each game has two jokes that the students will find the answers to, word by word, as they locate call numbers in the lib
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Help your students practice identifying the Easy (aka Everybody or Everyone), Fiction, and Nonfiction call numbers using this center. In this pack you will find *2 center signs (in both color and black and white to save ink) with options of 2 different ways to run the center *12 sorting cards (2 ve
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Help your students practice identifying the Easy (aka Everybody or Everyone), Fiction, and Nonfiction call numbers using this center. This center would be perfect for Valentine's Day, Read Across America, or even Christmas, but it is generic enough that you could use it all year long, too. In this
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Here are simple practice pages for call numbers. Included in the packet is: 1 practice sheet for easy picture books 1 practice sheet for fiction books Please download and rate the product!
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Want more seasonal Call Number Quilts? Buy THE BUNDLE and save! Are you looking for a fun beginning of the school year activity for your students to practice identifying library call numbers? Try these Call Number Quilts! There are 6 different call number quilt coloring sheets. Three of them ar
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Students look for the different sections of the library. Sections included are the 10 Dewey nonfiction sections, biography, fiction, and easy sections. Students find one book from each section and write the title and call number.
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Give students an opportunity to practice locating and writing call numbers in an engaging way with four call number scavenger hunts. Each of the four sets includes a printable to hide in your library, directions, and student answer slips.
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Want more seasonal Call Number Quilts? Buy THE BUNDLE and save! Are you looking for a fun way for your students to practice identifying library call numbers? Try these Call Number Quilts! There are 6 different call number quilt coloring sheets. Three of them are in an editable format to allow y
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This is a FUN way for your students to review finding call numbers in your library! There are 3 sets of Scavenger Hunt Task Cards to cover the Easy, Fiction and Nonfiction areas of your library. Each set has 12 task cards to find, so there are 36 Task Cards total. For the questions, I used books
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Want more seasonal Call Number Quilts? Buy THE BUNDLE and save! Are you looking for a fun way for your students to practice identifying library call numbers? Try these Call Number Quilts! There are 6 different call number quilt coloring sheets. Two of them are in an editable format to allow you
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Help your students practice identifying the Easy (aka Everybody or Everyone), Fiction, and Nonfiction call numbers using this center. In this pack you will find *2 center signs (in both color and black and white to save ink) with options of 2 different ways to run the center *12 sorting cards (2 ve
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This color by call number activity pack aims to teach students about the library in a fun and interactive format. Students will practice skills relating to the Dewey Decimal System, library collections, call numbers and how to locate information. Each activity has a fun library/reading theme. This
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This activity provides students practice in organizing the fiction call numbers in the correct alphabetical order. As the activity proceeds,studnets will work their way up from basic to advance level alphabetizing skills.After completing the activity,students move the gift box to claim the hidden p
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Want more seasonal Call Number Quilts? Buy THE BUNDLE and save! Are you looking for a fun seasonal activity for your students to practice identifying library call numbers? Try these Call Number Quilts! There are 6 different call number quilt coloring sheets. All of them have editable text to al
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Here is a call number search I use in my library. There are five different ones so that everyone is not looking in the same place. Enjoy! Cute graphics from mycutegraphics.com Check out my LIBRARY LESSON PLANS for the beginning of the school year. Library Orientation Thanks Summer butterdreamsand
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These call number puzzles are designed as a time filler or center activity for when students have completed their other library media center work! This packet contains all five of my call number puzzle sets! Call Number Puzzles Call Number Puzzles 2 Call Number Puzzles 3 Call Number Puzzles 4 C
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Want more seasonal Call Number Quilts? Buy THE BUNDLE and save! Are you looking for a fun seasonal activity for your students to practice identifying library call numbers? Try these Call Number Quilts! There are 6 different call number quilt coloring sheets. All of them have editable text to al
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Not enough time to teach coding AND your library curriculum? Combine them to make learning fun for your students and maximize your instructional time! Use these Ozobot coding task cards as a beginning of the year orientation or after teaching call numbers to the students to engage them in learning
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This is a new edition of my call number bingo game, using "92," instead of "B" for biographies. Use this bingo game to support the teaching of call numbers in the library. Boards can be mounted on file folders or construction paper an laminated. The teacher will call out the author of a fiction book
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Help your students practice identifying the Easy (aka Everybody or Everyone), Fiction, and Nonfiction call numbers using this center. In this pack you will find *2 center signs (in both color and black and white to save ink) with options of 2 different ways to run the center *12 sorting cards (2
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Call Number Matching for the Dewey Decimal System. This is a handout for media center skills. Students match the call number to the book, and then put them in order, numerically and alphabetically. Useful for developing library and research skills. Common Core - Supports College and Career Readine
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Want more seasonal Call Number Quilts? Buy THE BUNDLE and save! Are you looking for a fun way for your students to practice identifying library call numbers? Try these Call Number Quilts! There are 6 different call number quilt coloring sheets. Three of them are in an editable format to allow y
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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
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