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This is 58 pages of printables for any librarian who needs something fast and simple for elementary students. Great to pull out for sub plans, centers or when you are in a crunch. Includes Fiction and Nonfiction comparing Summarizing Predictions Main Idea Scavenger Hunts Word Search Connect the do
Important: This product is also part of a huge discounted elementary library product bundle you can purchase here:Huge Elementary Library Product Bundle!BESTSELLER!!This is a fun back to school library orientation activity for your younger elementary students and is based on the fabulous book The G
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Are you looking for a fun and basic digital or print introduction to the Dewey Decimal System? Try this relatable lesson in 3 versions...an interactive option for Google Slides™, a powerpoint and a printable PDF. Order in the Library Part One is perfect for teaching 1st and 2nd graders about basic l
***Revised*** Thank you to everyone for your suggestions and corrections. Please download the latest version, with an addition of the Media Center Notebook cover page. The Interactive Notebook taken to a NEW LEVEL. Now one for the Teacher Librarian. This notebook is great for any elementary teac
Do you need help getting all your library books returned at the end of the year? Then this poster set is for you! It includes everything you need to set up a reminder bulletin board or display to help parents, teachers, and students remember to look for and return their library books.Here's what's
Grades:
PreK - 8th
This is a bundle of my library exit tickets for grades K-5. Exit tickets provide a quick way to check for understanding and to plan future instruction and reteaching of library skills.Some of the questions/topics:Grades K-2:What I learned today, one question I still have isVocabulary word and defini
This is by far the most popular center in my library! Center Objective: students will use library resources to answer a trivia question. This center includes: ✼ CCSS connections ✼ detailed set up information ✼ center sign ✼ 44 questions with answers (questions come in two sizes - 1/4 page and ful
Have you been wanting to try Escape Room activities in your library? Well, NOW is the time. Shake up you library orientation this year with an Escape the Library project that will get your students talking!! Talking about your library’s organization, behavior rules, checkout procedures, and book car
Add a book care lesson to your library orientation at back to school time or anytime your littles need a refresher. Now you can add this to your Google Drive™ with a fun and interactive lesson for Google Slides™. This fun 18 slide Digital or PowerPoint engages kindergarten and 1st grades in the con
Available in a print and digital format for Google Slides! Celebrate the end of the school year in the elementary library with these fun and engaging memory books. There are 3 different memory books so you can use them with grades Kindergarten through fifth grade. Perfect for distance learning! Upl
Calling all School Librarians! Are you looking for the perfect activity to do the first week or two of school - maybe during library orientation? Look no further - get to know your students with this pack of reading interest surveys. There are 6 survey options to allow for maximum creativity. You ca
Grades:
Not Grade Specific
The end of the year is always such a blur of activity that it's hard to keep things straight and not lose your mind! Luckily, I'm a bit of a nerd when it comes to organization, and I had collected notes for the past 4 years on what I needed to do differently. I'm hoping that these "ah-ha's" will h
Grades:
PreK - 5th
Get ready for the end of the year with this fun and interactive digital breakout. Students will review library skills that they have learned throughout the school year. Plus students LOVE digital breakouts so this activity is sure to keep your students engaged and learning during the last hectic day
These colorful genre posters will be a great reference for your students to identify and understand different genres in literature. You can display them in your classroom library and your students will be able to refer back to them throughout the year. A black and white version is included for those
This pack has activities to be used with Brian Lies' bat books:Bats at the Beach, Bats at the Library, Bats at the Ballgame All activities are common core aligned. Included: Comprehension Sheets, Visualizing Sheets, Writing Sheets, Graph, Opinion Writing, Parts of Speech Sort
Grades:
K - 2nd
The Lunch Bunch Book Club is a program that can be held in a school library or in a classroom. This product will help you start a lunchtime book club that meets for 30-40 minutes and just lets students enjoy reading. This club is a chance for students to read just because it’s FUN and because they
This Christmas Library Lesson covers countries and cultures from all over the world! Includes Christmas, Hanukkah, Kwanzaa, Las Posadas, Pancha Ganapati, Boxing Day, and more! Editable in PPT and Google Slides.This product is a combination of Digital Storytime and Digital Bulletin Board. Many elemen
Diving into Dewey! Explore the Nonfiction Section of the Library! This is a simple but effective way to introduce your students to the nonfiction (or “Dewey”) section of your library media center. No technology needed, except for a pencil! ;-) I’ve included two different versions of this activi
Through purchasing this lifetime all access pass to a library of passages, students will learn about all things history and science by reading engaging passages on differentiated reading levels. There are 600+ original reading passages included on 5 reading levels covering grades 3-8, totaling 3,000
School and Public Librarians - Do Not Bring Your Dragon to the Library is such a fun book to share with your students / patrons. Great for a discussion on library rules! From Amazon: Have you ever thought about bringing your dragon to the library? Don't do it! You might have the best intentions, but
Purchase this custom-made and ready-to-use, PDF book club packet and you will have the option of downloading it also as a TpT Digital activity. In this way you can assign it to students using Google Classroom which is handy for distance learning. If you want to learn more about using it as a digita
Get ready for the end of the year with this fun and interactive digital breakout. Students will review library skills that they have learned throughout the school year. Plus students LOVE digital breakouts so this activity is sure to keep your students engaged and learning during the last hectic day
Organize your classroom library with these 56 colorful and student-friendly book-bin labels. The labels are postcard sized (3.5 x 5 inches). Because of clipart and copyright laws, this pack is not editable. I have included 4 blank devices should you want to create your own labels. (Labels are NO

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