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"Table Texting" is a fun, interactive strategy you can use to get students to talk about whatever topic they need to discuss but are reluctant to.

Here's a learning objective exit slip where students reflect on their learning and self-assess their understanding.

This fun Bingo game will help your students review the different subjects found in each of the nonfiction Dewey sections in your library media center! This download includes 32 different BINGO cards, “Pull” cards for the library media specialist, a tracking sheet and the directions page. I’ve also included a Dewey chart for you to copy and give to your students to use as they play the game. $

• Popplet is a tool to capture and organize your ideas • Students use Popplet for learning • Used as a mind-map, Popplet helps students think and learn visually • Students can capture facts, thoughts, and images and learn to create relationships between them

A Scrabble wall at the library would be great fun, as patrons could put up a word when they visit. It could also be used for the "final match" of a Scrabble tournament, and invite the community to come watch.

• Glogs are interactive posters loaded with text, graphics, music, and videos • Instructions for using this poster program, screen shots with text bubbles, an activity, student exemplars and a marking scheme are included in this lesson

{FREEBIE} Make-Your-Own Personalized Bookmarks! The front has the student's name and the back includes reading strategies! :)

21 Ways to Use Task Cards. Click through to get your free task card handbook.

Print off this blank Pinterest board and have your students fill it in with images and quotes from book characters, historical figures, scientists, and more!