Library Pictionary Center

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 Can you guess what this picture is?

It’s a little small on here but those are arrows pointing at a call number!  I thought this student did a great job drawing her topic for Library Pictionary!  


Below, you can see the simple set up for this Library Pictionary center:
I use a small white board, dry erase markers and eraser, and topic cards (all library related, of course!) for this center.  The kids LOVE it, especially the students who love to draw.  The first person to draw chooses a topic card and draws a picture to represent the topic.  The other people try to guess what the topic is based on the picture.

One thing I will be doing differently this year is that I will print the topics on cardstock instead of regular printer paper.  Even after laminating, the cards were a little floppy so I think cardstock would be a better choice.  You can get my Library Pictionary Center on TPT.

8 Responses to “Library Pictionary Center”

  1. Cari Young

    Thanks for sharing this fun library center, Mrs. Lodge! I pinned it so I can remember to try it this year!

  2. Shelly

    This looks like a great activity that the kids will love! Thanks for sharing. I also pinned it.

  3. BEilers

    Hi, Mrs. Lodge! I thought I’d share that Office Depot near us laminates with thick sheets, like children’s place mats. I won’t pay often for my laminating, but once in a while it’ll be worth it for tougher quality. Love your blog… :) Beth

  4. Carolyn

    Oooh, I can’t wait to try this one! I’ve been trying to think of more small group activities to infuse into lessons. Thanks!

  5. Tracie

    This is great! I am having trouble with the link for the terms. It keeps going to Google Drive, but nothing comes up. Am I doing something wrong? thank you so much for the help and for sharing!

  6. Terri Gaussoin

    Fabulous! Thank you for sharing, I’ll use this for sure :)

  7. Sandi Ellis

    Thanks so much for sharing your Pictionary topics, Mrs. Lodge! I’ve been trying library centers this year with my K – 5 kids, and I’m eager to add this to the mix!

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