Library Procedures Lesson

Hey, if you’re anything like me, you need these kids to get those library procedures ASAP, because I ain’t yo mama, and I don’t want to clean up after you.

So, I’ve created a fun, easy and quick lesson to get your kids to understand how to act in the library. Feel free to use this!

First, I show them this Pikochart.

Our school has carts that have the genre/dewey decimal on the side, so that students can check in their books and place them in a nice, neat order.

Then, once I’ve gone over the procedures of the library, I show a fun video!

I pause in between the questions to make it more interactive. The kids can see how important it is to behave in the library.

Then, if time allows, I play this fun song!

We talk about our voice levels in the library.

 

This may seem PreK-ish, but let me tell you, the songs are really fun for 5th grade, too! It really helps the kids see the expectations and the WHY of the library!

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