This packet contains four printable worksheets on the topic of proper school library behavior. They are perfect for the beginning of the school year or any time your lower elementary students need a review of library etiquette and behavior.
1. "No Monkeying Around" - This worksheet shows four cute monkeys that explain what they do during book checkout time in the library. (Two make good choices, and two do not.) Students are asked to color in the monkeys that are making good choices during book checkout time. It's a perfect activity for students to complete after listening to a Curious George read aloud - I used it with my kindergarten students after I read Curious George Visits the Library.
2. "A Spider in the Library" - A worksheet that lists some good library behavior choices and asks students to add ideas of their own and then decorate a spider's face. It works well around Halloween or as an activity to go with any of the Miss Spider books or other read alouds that feature spiders.
3. "Be a Library Star" - A poem about good choices in the school library with some "fill in the blanks" for your students to complete.
4. "Lucky to Have You in the School Library" - An activity that involves sorting good and poor behavior choices and gluing them on a shamrock. I used it with first graders around St. Patrick's Day as a reminder of our lessons about the rules and expectations from back in the fall.
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