I use to be so good about posting photos of all my library displays! My first year working at a school library had me making just the displays for the elementary school. However, when I took over making displays for the elementary, middle, and high school … I didn’t have time to post pictures of them as frequently. >.< I’d stay after work getting them up and then head home to do homework. Long days! 🙂 I loved making all of these displays, so here is a .pdf with photos for all the K-12th grade library displays I made during the 2015-2016 school year. I am frequent Pinterest.com user and I am often inspired by other library displays. I get really into making these and hope you like them! 🙂
I still need to make one of these documents for the 2014-2015 school year, but for now you can see those throughout the blog. 🙂
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I am not the biggest fan of signs… I don’t want to scare the kids off! 🙂 I made this one with fun memes when I had to lock up the library or close it during the day. Since we have an attached technology lab to the library, students can easily enter the library. This was a reminder to not enter it if there are no adults.
I work in the after school program and came up with a new sign solution for us to use. The kids are divided in to rooms by grade level and we always put signs in our doors if we take the kids somewhere else in the school. I realized we all where waisting a lot of paper and making numerous signs each day. I made these laminated signs that each room leader can circle where in the school they are that day. All they have to use is a dry erase marker and then hang the sign up!