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 books into either fiction or non fiction)
Review parts of a book (front and back cover, title, spine, call number)
What is a call number and why do we use them
What is an easy fiction call number and how are they made
Sorting call numbers into ABC order and matching the author to their call number
***Important: This is the exact same file as my other Introduction to Fiction Call Numbers lesson
except that you have to enter your own call numbers in the slides. Since libraries use different types of call numbers, this will allow you to tailor the lesson to your library. There are detailed instructions on how to do this included, you have to know how to unlock/lock and ungroup/group text boxes. Please let me know if you have any questions.***
The file is in a zip format, you must have an unzip program to open it. If you need help with this please let me know.
You might also be interested in my other SmartBoard products:
Elementary Library SmartBoard Review Game
Fiction and Nonfiction Books Introduction SmartBoard Lesson
Dewey Decimal System Introduction SmartBoard Lesson
Introduction to Fiction Call Numbers SmartBoard Lesson
Elementary Library Orientation Game - SmartBoard Version
Introduction to Folktales SmartBoard Lesson and Brochure
Reference Books Review SmartBoard Game
Figurative Language Review SmartBoard game
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