57 games to play in the library or classroom

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Alleyside Press, 1997 - Education - 135 pages
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Kids will really enjoy this bestselling collection of games while strengthening library skills. Every game is quick and easy to prepare and only commonly available materials are required. Provides clear instructions, reproducible patterns, and sample questions for the games.The games are designed to teach children how to use their school library media center and public library, the parts of a book, reference tools, how to find books and media in the collection, the Dewey "RM" Decimal System, how to care for books and media, use of the library computer catalog, alphabetizing, and more. The book also includes a handy index that identifies the grade level for each game, as well as the appropriate link to the curriculum.

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Contents

Glad Book Sad Book
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Media Hunt
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Decisions Decisions
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About the author (1997)

Lee recently retired after 30 years as an elementary school library media specialist. She has taught library skills at the university level and conducted numerous in-service workshops for teachers and librarians.