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Practice identifying the Parts of a Book in your library or classroom with a fun dice game that can be played in a small group, with a partner or individually.Included in this package:★ 4 dice patterns with Parts of a Book to print, cut and fold ★ 2 dice patterns with Story Elements to print, cut an
Hello and welcome to my TPT store! This purchase is for a "Mind Your Library Manners" review game, which serves as a review on how to care for books and how to act while in the library media center. It is best suited for students in grades 2-6, but could easily be adapted for older/younger students
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
Create an exciting interactive (or static) bulletin, The Game of Library. It's a focal point that can serve as a reward, a center, a discussion starter and much more. Regardless of how you use it, this board paints your Library as the welcoming hub of the school that it should be! ***Disclaimers &a
Center Objective 1: Students will be able to identify 10 parts of a book. Parts of a book covered: ✼ Cover ✼ Title ✼ Spine ✼ Author ✼ Illustrator ✼ Call Number ✼ Title Page ✼ Publisher ✼ Verso ✼ Copyright date This product can be used as a library center or as a game to review parts of a book duri
Have you ever had one of those weeks when you didn’t want to teach a regular library lesson, but wanted a valuable activity that would reinforce skills and keep the students engaged? We’ve all had many weeks like that, due to irregular schedules (for example, holidays). I designed this resource to
I started creating blank board games because I wanted teachers to be able to tailor a game to fit any lesson plan. This particular Blank Board Game has a bonus goal: to give students some fun reading practice experiences. This set has four different reading card sets with varying difficulty leve
Your students will love playing this colorful and informative game of Library Bingo. Everyone enjoys reviewing spelling and vocabulary when they are having fun playing a game. Included are 40 vocabulary calling cards and 30 unique bingo game boards. We recommend that you laminate the boards and
This fun library center game will help you to reinforce the concept of how an author's name relates to the easy reader / everybody call number of his/her book. This is an engaging game for 2-4 players.The game includes teacher directions, 20 call number cards, 20 author cards, and a page of blank ca
This money-saving bundle includes five products for busy elementary school librarians / media specialists! From no-prep printable worksheets to fun library center games, this bundle will keep your library students learning! The activities and printables deal with topics including book care, alphabet
This year I wanted my students to explore more in the library. They usually come and check out the same ole stuff, and I wondered how could I get them to explore all the sections of the library. That's when I played off my Candy Themed library and created Deweyland. Deweyland is a game where stud
“We slept in what had once been the gymnasium…”Hand sketched mask and figure (or paper doll) of June Osborne in Atwood’s The Handmaid’s TaleJune Maskblack and white PDFfull color PDFbased on Elisabeth Moss in the 2017-present Hulu seriesJune Printable Figure (or ‘doll’)black and white PDFfull color
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This interactive internet resource makes a fun and educational way to learn or review first-grade sight words. This activity is played in preview mode. The student says the sight word and then clicks on the speaker icon to hear if they are correct. The game is entertaining, encouraging, and self-che
This Library Jeopardy Bundle contains all three Library Jeopardy Games: Library Orientation, Digital Citizenship and Holiday! These products are bundled together and include:Library Orientation Jeopardy:Library Orientation Jeopardy is an easy way to make library orientation fun! A great way to intro
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7 pre-made, fully customizable virtual therapy rooms LINKED to and from the Main Room. Slides are linked together so you don't have to! The designs are simple, modern, fun, and allow full personalization by adding your own artwork, decor, quotes, instructions, avatar, and links. The final product ca
This A-Z trivia game is mega-fun for Zoom distance learning or face-to-face! To play, simply share your screen with students, just as you would with a normal PowerPoint. Great for down time, lunch competitions, and end-of-year parties.See a video demo (YouTube link)Looking for more games like this?
Center or station posters for the bilingual English-Spanish or Dual Language Classroom for your back to school classroom decor. English words are in blue and Spanish words are in red, for those following the Gomez & Gomez model. It includes 31 center signs to label your learning stations and ca
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Planning a library field trip? This packet will help your students prepare and get excited for their library community trip! Appropriate for special needs students of all ages, ability levels ranging from PreK-2nd grade. 15 Bingo Boards + Calling Cards: 10 symbol boards, 5 word boards, 16 3x3 cal
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Use these chalkboard themed, kid friendly learning center signs and labels to help your little ones find their assigned center and define the center areas in your classroom. There are more than 50 large learning center signs/labels with matching smaller labels. Please contact me if they do not inclu
These are signs for the major centers used in Creative Curriculum. 9 interest areas are included: art, blocks, dramatic play, sensory, discovery, computers, toys and games, and library. The signs feature pictures of what students might find in each area, with dual language center names, with Engli
Playing a game of Library Bingo is a fun way to teach students about library definitions and book terms. A great activity to finish off a library lesson, or to introduce common terms and concepts about the library and books.This pack includes:- 30 bingo boards with pictures and text (suited to young
I created this game for a library center to review biographies, collective biographies and autobiographies. I used it with my 3rd and 4th graders, but it could be used with other students. Directions: Review the definitions of a biography, autobiography and collective biography. Place each book w
Use these genre card games in the library or classroom for fun reading centers or early finisher activities to reinforce literary skills. Great for all ages with easy to follow instructions. Included in this packet are:★ 16 pages of cards (12 to a page) to create as many sets as needed★ 4 instructi
If you have a western theme in your classroom, these are the perfect center labels for you. Each page consists of 1 larger (approximately 1/2 page) center label with the name of the center and a western graphic (cowboy, cowgirl, Indian boy, Indian girl, tepee, horse, campfire, cactus), plus 2 small

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