Put the books in the order.
True or false? Answers questions about books.
Learn and practice the difference between fiction and nonfiction books.
Practice searching the Online Patron Access Catalog (OPAC).
Practice searching the Online Public Access Catalog (OPAC) by an author's name.
Can you choose the correct reference sources to find information?
Choose the correct reference books to find information.
Identify the correct reference book to use.
Choose the correct reference book to find information.
Reference Material Games
Learn the parts of a book.
Play hangman to learn and practice the parts of a book.
Four games to learn the parts of a book: flashcards, matching, concentration, and word search
Even MORE hangman to learn (more difficult) parts of a book.
Play hangman to learn the parts on a title page of a book.
Practice your knowledge of library terms and unscramble words.
How well do you know your library? Test your skills!
Identify the correct genres (type) of literature.
Put the Dewey numbers in order. If you are correct, a hidden picture will appear!
3 games for practicing the Dewey Decimal System : flashcards, matching and concentration.
Match the correct Dewey Decimal Number with the right subject.
Choose the set of books that are in the correct "call number" order on the shelf.
Match a book's "call number" (or address) with the "section" in the library where it belongs.
Learn about the call numbers of a book.
Put the call numbers in the correct order. If you are correct, a hidden picture will appear!
Put the words in alphabetical (ABC) order.
(K-1st grade) Practice ABC Order
Practice alphabetizing playing Wack-a-Mole
Use your ABC skills to put the words in the correct order.