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  • Dianna Chamberlain

    Students "check out" classroom library books by placing the card in their envelope. Good idea to help you keep an eye on what they are reading, how long it takes, and where your books are.

  • Danielle Tebon

    Great way to keep note of what books students have...each student has their own envelope to put a card with the title of their current reading book on. I love the accountability aspect for middle school!

  • Elaine Stevenson

    For classroom library checkout

  • Rachel Bullis

    Checkout system for class library books.

  • Chelsea Howland

    Book check out system for classroom library books. Each student has a pocket. Cuter and easier to track than a sign out sheet.

  • Marina Sheldon

    classroom ideas- They write the title of their book on the index card, read the book, and write a review. If they recommend the book, they'll post it on the "Critically Acclaimed" bulletin board.

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Book Checkout- To avoid losing books or having students never bring books back you can create your own "library checkout". This will help the students learn responsibility for things that are not theirs while also keeping an eye on the books. Each time they take a book they will fill out a checkout form and place it in their assigned slot. (I.D. #:1336)

Might have to try this with my talkative 6th graders. Management Monday: Classroom Voice Levels

I'm thinking change "sit" to "stand," hands folded to hands at your sides, and "speaker" to forward. Perfect for when we leave the classroom.

Great idea for keeping track of classroom books and knowing what everyone is reading...

Get your library organized before you leave this summer! "Organizing Your Classroom Library"

A Red Box “Read Box” in the book area. We can place our favorite books in this shelf so that we can find them easier

Great class sign! I'd tweak the wording a bit for middle/high students, but I really like this.

Ms. Noble's Class: I love this I can have the kids save their library codes in their envelops and flip their cards around after they have visited the library and I know that they can't go back the same day.

You have the call number, now where is the book? This poster, along with our call number finder: should get you to the right place. from Flickr user Enockson

This poster needs to be in my classroom.