Explore Shelving, Nonfiction Books and more!

Explore related topics

First, have each student tell you the first three letters of his/her last name. Double-click on the spine label of a book to type in the child's three letters beneath the "E." Next, highlight both the spine label and the book spine and do CTRL-G or select "Group" from the pull-down menu. This will allow the children to easily move the books onto the shelf at the top of the page.

First, have each student tell you the first three letters of his/her last name. Double-click on the spine label of a book to type in the child's three letters beneath the "E." Next, highlight both the spine label and the book spine and do CTRL-G or select "Group" from the pull-down menu. This will allow the children to easily move the books onto the shelf at the top of the page.

Dewey Decimal Lesson: This library lesson gives your students a basic introduction to the Dewey Decimal classification system used to organize books in the nonfiction section of the library.

Dewey Decimal Lesson: This library lesson gives your students a basic introduction to the Dewey Decimal classification system used to organize books in the nonfiction section of the library.

Smart Board Lesson Ideas wiki for teachers AND librarians! Includes notebook files for Big6 Research steps, Almanac, Atlas, Dictionary, Thesaurus, Fiction/Nonfiction, and Shelving Books. Created by Christy Heins, Library Learning Center Director at Johnson Elementary School in Warrenville, Illinois.

Smart Board Lesson Ideas wiki for teachers AND librarians! Includes notebook files for Big6 Research steps, Almanac, Atlas, Dictionary, Thesaurus, Fiction/Nonfiction, and Shelving Books. Created by Christy Heins, Library Learning Center Director at Johnson Elementary School in Warrenville, Illinois.

Fiction versus Nonfiction: Use this lesson to launch a discussion about the difference between fiction and nonfiction. Also, teach students that fiction books have call numbers that start with the letter 'E,' while nonfiction books have call numbers that start with numerical digits.

Fiction versus Nonfiction: Use this lesson to launch a discussion about the difference between fiction and nonfiction. Also, teach students that fiction books have call numbers that start with the letter 'E,' while nonfiction books have call numbers that start with numerical digits.

Teaching students to find books in the Everybody and nonfiction sections - Learning in Progress: Conquering Library Organization

Teaching students to find books in the Everybody and nonfiction sections - Learning in Progress: Conquering Library Organization

Shelving Books Lesson: Use this library lesson to teach students how books are shelved in the library.

Shelving Books Lesson: Use this library lesson to teach students how books are shelved in the library.

Shelve-it game from Mrs Lodge's Library--great practice for putting library books in order!

Shelve-it game from Mrs Lodge's Library--great practice for putting library books in order!

Pinterest
Search