It can be challenging to learn all about everything your library offers. Use this free library lapbook to explore your library so you can make the most out of it!
Library History – Use this flap fold booklet to answer questions about the history of libraries.
Andrew Carnegie – Use this mini book to write about Andrew Carnegie’s contributions to the library system.
Librarian – In this matchbook, write about a librarian’s duties.
Library of Congress – Write about the Library of Congress in this cross fold booklet.
Melvil Dewey – In this book shaped booklet, write about Melvil Dewey.
Dewey Decimal Classes – In the outside of this flap book, write the 10 different classes in the Dewey Decimal System. Inside each flap, write the name and call number of one book from each class that you found in your library.
Fiction Books – In this key-shaped fan booklet, answer the questions about fiction books.
Non-Fiction Books In this key-shaped fan booklet, answer the questions about non-fiction books.
Call Numbers – In this mini book, answer the question about call numbers and write sample call numbers for a fiction and non-fiction book.
Card Catalog – (Online Public Access Catalog) Inside this file folder shape book, write about using the card catalog or OPAC System. Be sure to list the different ways you can find a book (by the author, subject, or title)
Other Library Resources – Inside this square petal fold book, list some of the other resources available from your library.
Scavenger Hunt – Do the library scavenger hunt.