Working as an elementary or middle school librarian is an extremely rewarding job. It can also be stressful and leave you with little time to complete the day-to-day tasks that are required of you. My mega school librarian survival kit bundle provides you with everything you need to successfully meet the demands of a new school year. What is included? School Librarian Planner This is a planner designed specifically for the school librarian! There are over 300 pages to help you keep organized. It includes .pdf pages and customizable PowerPoint pages. You can organize the binder in many different ways. You can create one large binder or several smaller ones. There is one school librarian survival kit that comes with the chevron themed planner and one that comes with the watercolor planner. Book Care Activities and Reminder Notes Teach your students how to take care of their library or classroom
When I first became a school librarian, I bought a teacher planner at a teacher store. I loved the bright colors and cute graphics and thought it would keep me organized all year. Unfortunately, I quickly found out that the planner was not what I needed. It was made for classroom teachers, not librarians. I tried a few others over the years, but nothing worked for my specific needs. I do not need to keep track of student data or their IEP information or their test scores. So that’s when I decided to make my own school library planner. I could customize it any way I wanted and only include pages that would help me. Once I realized how much I loved the planner and how useful it was, I wanted to share it with other librarians. So I added it to my TpT store and it quickly became
If you have never done a library inventory before it can be a very daunting task. I was taught the importance of doing an inventory but nothing about the logistics and process of completing one. This blog post will hopefully answer some of the questions you have about library inventory. I also want to point out that I am only familiar with the Destiny catalog system. I believe that other systems are similar but I have not used them. 1. Why do I need to do library inventory? There are numerous benefits of having an accurate and up to date inventory. They include: Identifies books that are missing from your collection Automatically checks in books that were somehow shelved before being checked in Updates the book status from lost to available when a lost book has been located Provides you with the chance to physically handle every book in