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If you think learning about library call numbers is boring, think again! Here are some fun activities that allow students to explore call numbers for fiction picture books, fiction chapter books, and nonfiction books in your library centers. The
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Here’s a fun way to learn the Dewey Decimal System using QR (Quick Response) codes. Sixteen Dewey Decimal Number Cards each feature a nonfiction 3-digit call number, subject name, and picture to represent the subject. Each number card has a
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Here are more cards and fun activities to help students learn about the Dewey Decimal System using QR codes. This set includes 41 Dewey Decimal Number Cards that each feature a nonfiction 3-digit call number (590-640), subject name, and picture to
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Students practice sorting fiction and nonfiction books by their call numbers. This activity includes 16 book cards (8 fiction and 8 nonfiction) that students cut out and sort into fiction and nonfiction books and then glue onto the corresponding
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Final set of Dewey Decimal System QR Code cards, covering Dewey categories from 640-999. Part III contains 168 cards that can be used with the first two sets of cards and activities (available through separate downloads). Eighty-four cards feature
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Help students discover the author's last name on a book's front cover and in the call number. This activity includes 36 cards (18 front covers and 18 matching spines/spine labels). Students look for the author's last name on the book's front cover
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Make searching the library catalog more FUN with these three “ search and shelve” activities. The TITLE SEARCH activity gives students 9 books with titles, but no authors and call numbers. Students must search for those in the library catalog,
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On the Trail to Digital Citizenship: Evaluate Sources & Information is Lesson 4 in the 5-part program on information literacy and digital citizenship. Lesson 4 covers these 6 areas: differentiating between fact & opinion; recognizing
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On the Trail to Digital Citizenship: Develop, Use, and Revise Search Strategies is Lesson 2 in the 5-part program on information literacy and digital citizenship. Lesson 2 teaches students in grades 3, 4, and 5 how to develop search strategies
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On the Trail to Digital Citizenship is a 5-part program aimed at teaching students in grades 3, 4, and 5 skills in information literacy and digital citizenship. Each part contains informational slides, links to online resources, practice
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On the Trail to Digital Citizenship: Recognize How to Use Information Responsibly, Ethically, and Legally is Lesson 5 in the 5-part program on information literacy and digital citizenship. Lesson 5 includes these topics: using school library
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Wecome to Breakout DDS! (DDS = Dewey Decimal System, of course!) Students use Dewey Decimal System category numbers to open up locks that lead to clues for a Final Lock Box filled with “diamonds & jewels” or some other reward. This starter kit
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Help teach and remind students to use your classroom iPads the right way with these cute colorful posters for PreK and Elementary age students. The PreK set includes two-word phrases and large graphics to remind students of 5 rules to follow when
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On the Trail to Digital Citizenship: Identify Potential Sources is Lesson 3 in the 5-part program on information literacy and digital citizenship. Lesson 3 focuses on 4 areas: information & research tools found in a library; identifying
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Challenge your students to CRACK the call number code with a little help from some QR codes. You select several books from your library's fiction picture book, fiction chapter book, and nonfiction sections. Attach the QR code that identifies what
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This center features cards with realistic fiction genre elements; students must decide if those elements fit the realistic fiction genre and then place the cards on the appropriate pictures. A simple card-sorting center that students can complete
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Students read the book title and summary on each card, then place it under the Realistic Fiction or NOT Realistic Fiction category card. Once all the cards are sorted, students can check their work with the answer key. Set includes 12 book
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Students practice putting authors' last names in alphabetical order with this set of cards. Each card features an author's last name, with the first letter highlighted in red. In the background is a book cover with an arrow pointing to the author's
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This is a board game for 2-4 players. Players begin at the library entrance. They place the book cards face down on the table. Each player draws a card and decides what type of book is on the card. Following the arrows, the player moves to the
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These unique puzzles help students practice putting call numbers in order and matching book titles to call number categories. This first set includes one Nonfiction 000-999 jigsaw puzzle; one General Works 000-099 jigsaw puzzle; one Philosophy
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TEACHING EXPERIENCE

Teacher 8th Grade US History and English/Language Arts for 10 years; Teacher 2nd Grade for 9 years; Teacher 7th Grade English/Language Arts for 2 years; Library Media Specialist PreK-12 for 2 years; Library Media Specialist K-5 from 2007 to 2014. Instructional Technology Integration Specialist for K-12 2014 to 2016; Library Media Specialist K-4 2016 to present.

MY TEACHING STYLE

Student-centered, hands-on lessons/units that incorporate national & state standards, information literacy skills, literature, and technology. But students mostly see the FUN I put into lessons.

HONORS/AWARDS/SHINING TEACHER MOMENT

Served on my district's English Language Arts Team and Technology Leadership Team. Also served on my district's Elementary Core Literacy Team to help revise and unify our district's elementary reading program.

MY OWN EDUCATIONAL HISTORY

Masters of Education in Library Science from UW-Eau Claire, Eau Claire, WI; BS in Elementary Education Grades 1-8 from UW-Stevens Point, Stevens Point, WI

ADDITIONAL BIOGRAPHICAL INFORMATION

Married for over 30 years, husband also a teacher; 4 daughters ages 28, 26, 17, 14; 1 son-in-law and 1 granddaughter born May 2016.

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