Sunday, October 25, 2020

Creating Helpful Library Procedure Posters With Photographs and Buncee

Our library is now open and we couldn't be more excited.  

Last week in this post, I shared how we were going to be using Destiny Discover and little shopping lists for the kids to write down the books they wanted to find in the library.  This is going great and the kids are really enjoying using Destiny to find what they want before they come into the library.  

After a week of having the library open, we also think that a few new signs with pictures will be helpful, especially with our youngest learners coming in this week too.  

This weekend, I created signs to put into the plexiglass holders we have on the tables with lots of books and to post on the shelves, desk where they check books out and doors as they come into the library. 

I used Buncee to created the signs. 
I picked three of my favorite Templates in Buncee. 

I took pictures of our students in the library last week and used those in the posters, along with text. 
I used PicMonkey to make the pictures into circles and then uploaded them into Buncee. 

That goes along really well with the theme of the templates too. 

The new posters will be helpful reminders on how we want our students to use their Destiny Library Shopping Lists and their eyes to look for the books they want to check out.  
We are doing everything we can to keep our students safe with these little reminders posters and the procedures we have put into place. 

If you'd like to use this Buncee template to create your own posters, you will find the Buncee here.

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