Where Do I Belong? - Part Two

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Grade Level
Elementary School
Subject
Other
Length of Time
40 minutes
Description

This lesson is to help children learn how to organize books on the library bookshelves.

The students will sit at the tables. Each student has four books that they need to place in the correct order by looking at the library label. The labels will have numbers or letters.

Goals

Learn where books belong on the library shelves
Learn organization

Materials Needed

Library books - 4 for each student

Procedure

You need to have the students sit quietly at the tables in the library.

Then, you can give each student four books that they can place in the correct order.

The students need to look at the library labels and organize their four books in order.

The teacher and the librarian can move around the tables to check on the students.

Grading

Teachers and the librarian can grade the students on how they placed the books in order.

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