Mrs. Lodge's Shelver Game (from Mrs. Lodge's Library) is a super game for testing your skills on shelving books. There are two skill games: one for Fiction Books (A-B-C order) and one for Non Fiction Books (Dewey order-- it's trickier!). Let's see how you do!
Many thanks to the scores of librarians who strive to make learning fun for our students. Mrs. Lodges Library Site; the Plymouth Creek Elementary School Library; and all the folks who create quizzes on Quia.
Try these games, with great thanks and appreciation to the Plymouth Creek Elementary School in Plymouth, Minnesota.
Have fun guessing the correct letters. No hints are given, but think about words related to the library.
How well do you know your library? Test your skills!
Practice your knowledge of library terms and unscramble words.
Play hangman to learn and practice the parts of a book.
4 games to learn the parts of a book. * Flashcards * Matching * Concentration * Word Search
More hangman for (more difficult) parts of a book.
Even more hangman to learn (more difficult) parts of a book.
Identify the correct reference book to use.
Choose the correct reference books to find information.
Play hangman to learn the parts on a title page of a book.