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Alexander Graham Bell's Inventions

A Delightfully Short Guide to Alexander Graham Bell's Inventions

LIBRARYGAMES.COM was created to give librarians the opportunity to create MORE excitement in their libraries. So to all you FUNbrarians out there- thanks for making the library an interesting place for kids!

LIBRARYGAMES.COM was created to give librarians the opportunity to create MORE excitement in their libraries. So to all you FUNbrarians out there- thanks for making the library an interesting place for kids!

For librarians, a library activity. Students make a fortune teller to help choose a book. For example, a book about a fictional athlete or a biography about a scientist. Helps kids discover new books and understand the Dewey Decimal system.

For librarians, a library activity. Students make a fortune teller to help choose a book. For example, a book about a fictional athlete or a biography about a scientist. Helps kids discover new books and understand the Dewey Decimal system.

Nope...no computers, not even at the library....the Dewey Decimal System was your friend.

Nope...no computers, not even at the library....the Dewey Decimal System was your friend.

Branch out...read something new. Now I just need to be able to draw the tree! A neat idea to introduce "what do I read next?"

Branch out...read something new. Now I just need to be able to draw the tree! A neat idea to introduce "what do I read next?"

Bulletin Boards, Classroom Doors and Part 3

Bulletin Boards, Classroom Doors and Part 3

We could decorate the door with pictures of current movie, sports music stars write "Not a Fan" on the bottom. We can put red butcher paper on door use black and white photos accent with stars.

Where in the City is the Cat in the Hat? Rachel Moani  Take pictures of a stuffed cat in the hat at various kid-friendly places around town, post a different picture each week, have kids guess where he's at, draw names for a Dr. Seuss book prize at the end of each week.  Complete directions on site.

Where in the City is the Cat in the Hat? Rachel Moani Take pictures of a stuffed cat in the hat at various kid-friendly places around town, post a different picture each week, have kids guess where he's at, draw names for a Dr. Seuss book prize at the end of each week. Complete directions on site.

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