Sarah Parker
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Shelf Talkers is one of the first centers I started using regularly during library classes.  I got this idea from The Centered School Library.  I tell the kids these are little advertisements for books they have enjoyed and want to share with other readers.  So far, students at all grade levels have done a great job creating shelf talkers for our library!    In our library, we use 3″x5″ index cards, folded in half.  After students complete their shelf talkers, I laminate them and tape them…

Great idea for summarizing and promoting books! Shelf talkers: Students use an index card to write an advertisement about a book. Tape it to the shelf below the book!

Create some black and white bookmarks and put them out with coloring supplies.  Supports literacy and creativity together (and looks pretty fun too)

EPA makerspace Create some black and white bookmarks and put them out with coloring supplies. Supports literacy and creativity together (and looks pretty fun too)

Library Genrification - includes how to videos for working in Destiny

Includes specific Destiny instructions for sublocating and copy categories. Learning in Progress: Project Genre-fy the Fiction Section!

This game is made specifically for library Jenga but the concept could be adapted to questions about any topic. For play therapy you could have questions specific to divorce, grief, social skills, etc.

This game is made specifically for library Jenga but the concept could be adapted to questions about any topic. For play therapy you could have questions specific to divorce, grief, social skills, etc. by florence