2 mini books (informational readers) to teach your primary students about the library. These are perfect to use during the first week of school to review what a library is, the kinds of books in a library and what to expect when going to the library. I recommend using them with kindergarten and first-grade students.
What is included:
- 10-page mini book to review library rules and how to be a good library citizen. This book comes in black and white and color. Rules include: listen to the librarian, share, be kind, take care of books, raise your hand, use inside voices and choose just right books. This comes in a black and white and a color version.
- The second mini book is 7 pages and gives very basic information about what a library is. There are two different options. One option students will just cut out and staple the book together. The second option will have students cut and paste a picture on a few of the pages. I offered both versions because you may not want to have students cut and paste right away, especially kindergarten students! This way you can choose what is best for you and your students.
- There is also one cut and paste worksheet for students to sort things they would and would not see in a library.
Please download the preview, it shows every page of the file.
These would work well for guided reading, small groups, literacy centers or a whole group.
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