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Sara Malchow (@smalchow)

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Red Light, Green Light Bookshelves 🚦

We've talked about how the shelves in our library need to look. Can you find the 🚦red light and green light shelves and put the stoplights by the correct pictures? 1) Press to start 2) Touch to move the red and green stoplights to the correct boxes. 3) Touch and share a way that you can help to keep our library shelves looking like green light shelves. 4) Touch to add to your journal

Kindergarten, Reading
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Compatible with: Chromebooks, computers, iPads, iPhones, Android tablets, Android phones, Kindle Fire

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We talk about red light/ green light shelves in our library. Red light shelves have books out of place, pushed back, upside down or on the shelf backwards or laying on the floor. Green light shelves have the books standing up straight, spine labels at the bottom and books where they should be. This activity is used with our kindergarten students to show what they know and share ways that they can help to keep our library organized. You can easily swap out the pictures in this activity to show examples from your library or classroom. #Library #LibraryScience