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Looking For a Book? – Library Display

Teach Starter Publishing
PDF | 2 pages | Grades: 1 - 6

Help your students choose a book with this classroom library display.

Motivating Students to Read

“I can’t find a book.” “I don’t know what to read.” “Nothing looks good to me.”

You know exactly what I’m talking about. Sometimes students just struggle to choose a book to read. Whether they actually can’t decide or don’t want to … well, you know your students better than I do. 😉

Use this quick and easy display to make their choice a bit easier for them. Stick a label on a small jar (bonus points if you use a fishbowl!). Fill out the fish templates with some of your favorite books for kids. Each fish gets the title of a book, the author, and the genre. When students come to you with one of those dreaded sentences from above, tell them to go fishing!

Fishing for a book activity

Make Your Classroom Library Shine

Use some of these resources to bring your classroom library to life!

Image of Parts of a Book Poster

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Parts of a Book Poster

A poster that displays the parts of a book.

Teach Starter Publishing1 pageGrades: PK - 1
Image of Classroom Library Labels

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Classroom Library Labels

Organize your classroom library with these illustrated book bin labels.

Teach Starter Publishing4 pagesGrades: PK - 6
Image of Book Recommendation Template

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Book Recommendation Template

A template for students to recommend books they have read.

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