One thing teachers always worry about when building a classroom library is the possibility that books will get lost, stolen, damaged, eaten, etc. There’s no fool-proof way to protect your books if you put them in a classroom library, but you can try to help students be more responsible with books, and let your students know that you value your books. Here’s a really basic sheet I made for keeping track of books. This sheet was mainly the responsibility of the student with the librarian job for the week.
Click to download the Classroom Library Book Checkout sheet.
If there are other things you’d like to keep track of that aren’t on this sheet, feel free to modify it to fit your needs.
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