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Lippitt School Library: Library Games

Welcome to our library games section, where learning meets play! Explore the dynamic world of educational games curated to enhance your library experience. From interactive challenges that promote critical thinking to engaging activities that weave literacy with fun, these games are designed to make your time in the library not only educational but also enjoyable. Let the adventure begin as you discover how games can be a delightful pathway to learning in our library.

More Library Games

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Try these games, with great thanks and appreciation to the Plymouth Creek Elementary School in Plymouth, Minnesota.

Monster Library Hangman

Have fun guessing the correct letters. No hints are given, but think about words related to the library.


Library Orientation

How well do you know your library? Test your skills!


Library Word Scramble

Practice your knowledge of library terms and unscramble words.


Parts of a Book

Play hangman to learn and practice the parts of a book.


Parts of a Book

4 games to learn the parts of a book. * Flashcards * Matching * Concentration * Word Search


Parts of a Book (harder)

More hangman for (more difficult) parts of a book.


Parts of a Book (hardest)

Even more hangman to learn (more difficult) parts of a book.


Reference Choice

Identify the correct reference book to use.


Reference Choices

Choose the correct reference books to find information.

Title Page in a Book

Play hangman to learn the parts on a title page of a book.

Shelving Practice!


Call Number Matching

Learn about Call Numbers as you match call numbers to book titles in this fun game from Quia.

Dewey Decimal Match

Learn the Dewey Decimal System by playing this game to Match Dewey Number Classes with their Category

Books and More -- True or False

Try your skill with this Quia Book Quiz:  you'll have to figure out parts of a book; kinds of books; books in the library and how they are shelved.  Good luck!

Genre Games

Thanks :)

Special appreciation goes to the wonderful librarian at Arlington School library, to Mrs. Lodge's Library Site, the Plymouth Creek Elementary School Library, and the talented individuals creating quizzes on Quia. We are deeply grateful for the commitment to fostering a love for learning. Many thanks for being the guiding lights on our academic journey!