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Old 07-03-2008, 07:54 AM
 

In my 5th grade classroom when I taught Reading, I had a library of over 300 books. When I was losing books I decided to make a chart (file folder usually purple- my fav. color with large colored index cards that I would stagger and tape down. I would assign numbers to my students so I only put a number on the chart. Students could check one book out at a time- more control of the books then- two books won't be too many either. When I came up with this system I was teaming with 1 other teacher so there were always 2 cards in each pocket. Brain is waking up....I would allow the librarian to fix books. I only checked books out during my AR or silent reading time. I also had a chart with pockets with their numbers that they would put the card in to say they were checking the book out. I have several pics and I have to post them separately. Hope no one minds.
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