LIBRARY MANNERS SCOOT GAME is a fun and interactive method to teach students in grades K-6 the procedures you want them to follow in the Library. This game could also be used in the regular classroom to teach students the procedures in your classroom library center.
The packet includes 9 rules/manners and an answer sheet. Each rule/manner is written as one sentence. For example: When you left your table, you didn't push in your chair. The answer sheet asks students to color the smile or frown face to indicate whether or not the rule/manner stated was a good or bad rule/manner to use in the library.
This packet includes one beautifully-colored set of cards and one set in black and white to save ink. You could also use the black and white set for reinforcement of the manner by allowing your students to color the pages and create their own library manners booklet. I am certain that the students would enjoy sharing their own library manner booklet with each other. Wow! My mind is full of ideas today! Use the booklet as an assessment. Ask your students to check each other by sharing their booklet with a partner; and their partner colors a happy face or frown face. Ask older students to write a response on the back of the cards to provide reasons to show why the manner was correct/incorrect or indicate a cause/effect situation. HAPPY TEACHING MY FRIENDS!