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This could encourage browsing in the non-fiction area...

from Teachers Pay Teachers

### Library Shelf Labels

Dewey Shelf Labels

Mrs. Lodge's Library: Adopt a Shelf

Non Fiction Shelf Signs - Non Fiction Shelf Markers | All your Library Signange needs available from LibrarySkills.com Create own using cardboard and laminate then attach it to book end. Have students create signs! Or have contest and students create Dewey area sign and students vote for winner.

from Blessed Beyond A Doubt

### What Can You Find at the Library

I like the idea of creating a scavenger hunt in the library. This would be a fun way to help younger kids get to know all the options available to them and learn the different areas.

Library Displays: One World, Many Stories

READ - my crafty project for my #library using YA book covers #tlchat #titletalk #yalit | Flickr - Photo Sharing!

shelf markers, with series covers mod-podged onto them. Super idea!

Library Signs and Posters, plus Shelf Signage, Labels and Holders from LibrarySkills.com TOTALLY GONNA DO THIS, THIS YEAR!!! Cause my non-fiction section is atrociously labeled :(

Elementary Librarian's FREE Adopt-A-Shelf Program - Includes Powerpoint for students and printable awards!

How to use the Dewey Decimal System

from eHow

### Games to Teach the Dewey Decimal System

Games to Teach the Dewey Decimal System. I think it's a great idea to turn learning the Dewey Decimal System into a game...I honestly could benefit from playing these games myself.

from A Wrinkle in Tech

### Whole Number Dewey: A Year Without Decimals

Whole Number Dewey - Eliminate the decimals in your library's Dewey call numbers to simplify the process of finding a book. | A Wrinkle in Tech blog by Mrs. J in 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.

These slides introduce the very basics of the Dewey Decimal system using kid language, perfect for the elementary school library.