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Library Orientation Eclectic Elementary School
Welcome I am Mrs. Quinn Married to Walter We have 3 sons David Dillan Daniel
Rules 1. Enter the library quietly. 2. Check-in books and place them on the correct cart. 3. Choose a book in a timely manner. 4. Keep your hands, feet, and other objects to yourself. 5. Don’t touch the aquarium. 6. Remain quiet when standing in line to check in or out books.
Consequences Students having inappropriate behavior will have their barcode taken by the staff and sent back to class without a book.
Checking Out Checking out means you are going OUT of the library with your book. It is what you do when you want to take the book with you. Scan your barcode 1 st Scan your books 2 nd. Listen for a small beep.
Checking In Checking In is what you do when you are bringing the book IN the library. You check in a book when you have read it and took a quiz on it. Scan your BOOK ONLY. Listen for a small beep.
Choosing a Book Always use a place saver! Place the book on the shelf the correct way. Never lay a book on top of the shelf.
A.R. Levels Look at your barcode card to see which levels you can check out. Look on the spine of the book to make sure it is right for you!
AR Press this button 2 times to take an AR quiz.
Reading Certifications Achieve reading certifications by reading books and making good grades on each quiz. Bring certificates to the library to receive a prize and have your name announced the next morning.
Parts of the Library Easy Fiction Nonfiction Biography Free Reads Magazines
Easy Picture books Make believe Call numbers begin with E
Fiction Chapter books Few pictures Worth more points Call number begins with FIC
Nonfiction Real Also called number books Call number begins with 3 numbers Separated by subject (Dewey Decimal System)
Biography True stories about a person Call number begins with B
Free Reads and Magazines NO AR QUIZ! Earn the right to check them out from your teacher.
Lost or Damaged Books If you lose your book, you will have to pay for it. If you get your book wet or tear it, you will have to pay for it. Can’t get books until you pay.
Taking Good Care of Books Be gentle with books. Don’t force them onto a shelf. Hug your book when you are walking. Don’t put your book around food or drinks. Use a bookmark.
Using Computers 2 nd -4 th grades are allowed to search on Destiny. Do not play or waste time on the computer. Use paper and pencils to write down the book’s call number.