Are you looking for a way for students to keep track of the their' progress in the library? The Library Data Notebook keeps track of students' Accelerated Reading Goals, Library Goals, and Library Behavior. Students come up with their own A.R. and library goals for either a 6 week or a 9 week period. Students then track their goals using a graph. Students will color the students that met the goal with a green crayon or a red crayon if they didn't meet their goal. At the end of the 6 or 9 weeks, students will post their results. Also with this file, is a Library Behavior Expectations sheet where students also keep track of how they acted in the library. Included in the file, is a blank Library Goals Sheet and Library Behavior Expectations sheet where you can change my goals to meet the goals of your library.
When I first started doing this in my library, I did this with each class for a 6 week time. After the first 6 weeks, the students knew what to do each week they came in.
A few examples of the Library Goals:
Our class will follow directions during class library time.
Our class will return all books each week.
Our class will return books to the correct place on the bookshelf.
Our class will follow center directions.
Our class will checkout 1 easy and 1 chapter book each week.
Our class will whisper at all times in the library.
If you would like to learn more about this product, please check out my blog post about this product.
Library Data Notebook Blog Post
If you are interested in looking at more library products, please check out some of these.
Where's the Librarian? Door Signs
Accelerated Reader Student Point Tracker