- Recommended for: Grades 3-6
- Editable: YES, most text is editable
- Formats: Google Slides and PowerPoint; some are only in PDF format
- Themes include major US and international holidays, obscure holidays, monthly celebrations, this day in history, cover colors, and book genres.
- Every theme also includes editable read-alike bookmarks in four reading & interest levels.
- There are currently 195 posters and over 436 individual bookmarks in the set.
- 23 of the posters are genre posters (great for display over genre sections)
- A fun and easy way to for new library books!
- Includes letter to parents, bookmarks, name plates, tracking sheets, and tips and ideas to help you make the most of your Birthday Book Club.
- Students can now donate library books to honor a retirement, thank a teacher, in memoriam, and more.
- Students can select from 3 kinds of challenges: A to Z, 40-Book Challenge, or Personalized “Sticker Chart” Reading Challenges.
- Includes 3 kinds of posters and 4 pages of reading tracking sheets
- includes reading passport, flag labels for book spines, bookmarks, curated list of international picture books
- Includes 31 genres
- Every genre has 6 labels–4 are wide labels and 2 are skinny “shelf lip” labels. Both come in color for printing on white cardstock and BW for printing on colored cardstock
- Print 4 shelf labels per page
- Also includes smaller labels for the library “shelf lip” (see preview for photo)
- All images and genres are compatible with my Genre Spine Labels set listed below.
- add to book spine labels to denote genre
- prints 60 labels per page
- use Avery 5195 “Return Address” labels for easy sticking
- includes 31 genres
- color text and images, on a white background
(196 PDF pages + 20 slides)
- 30 “Hundreds” section labels
- 120 specific Dewey number labels
- all labels include simple illustration
- color and black line available
- horizontal and vertical formats available
- Editable and also includes editable templates
(49 pages total)
- Editable for librarians–scroll important library information on Back to School Night (9 pages)
- Editable (35 pages) — Give this to your teachers and administrators to promote the library and generally look like the rock star librarian you are!
- for students, parents, and teachers. Add your school’s database descriptions, URLs, and site-wide logins. Keep tri-folded copies on the circulation desk to promote database usage and help minimize all those “what’s the login to…?” phone calls and emails. (3 pages)
- bookmarks (2 pages)
- use for library newsletters or for countertop communications
- 15 colorful infographics
- all text is editable and movable (except headlines)
- Raise money to buy new library books
- PowerPoint introduction for students (9 slides, fully-editable)
- Book-A-Thon Pledge sheets (2 pages, mostly editable)
- Reading Trackers (2 pages, mostly editable)
- 3 pages of directions, tips, and ideas
- Four digital bulletin boards, each with 23-24 slides.
- Text is editable. Headers and images are not editable.
- Also includes Google Slides version
- Lesson 1– — Your first library lesson is a fun, interactive way to help your students find important items in the library. (25 pages)
- Lessons 2-3–— This 4-page survey and presentation will help you get to know your students’ reading preferences. Includes Google Slides version. (17 pages)
- Lesson 4–— This is an easy, low-prep activity that will get every student focused and participating. Great for genre review and introducing new genres! (12 pages)
- Lesson 5–— This PowerPoint story will help your students learn and remember the Dewey categories. (45 pages)
- Lesson 6–— This activity uses cards with zoo animals on them to help your students learn how Dewey sorts the animals in the 500 section of the library. (20 pages)
- Lessons 7-8– — This is my most popular product! You can use your students’ genre personalities all year long when purchasing, booktalking, and recommending books. Have your teachers take the quiz, too! Includes Google Classroom version. (114 pages)