This is my CD collection. It is not particularly large or impressive, but I realized that it was a shame that these CD’s are sitting around barely being used. I have my favorite ones ripped onto my computer’s iTunes library.
I decided to get my CD’s better organized into sections by genre/type and set up a lending library for my students. I created these dividers on my computer and printed them out on “kraft” cardstock paper (leftover from last year’s recital programs). I laminated them, too.
Then, I created some lending library forms. They are designed to fit on a 6”x9” clipboard (not pictured, because I haven’t been able to locate mine yet since our move over the summer). You can find mini-sized clipboards in the office supply section at your favorite store or here on Amazon (they are probably cheaper at the store).
I’m excited to see my CD library being put to good use while exposing my students to more classical music!
Want to organize your own lending library? You can download my Microsoft Word template for the dividers and the form by visiting the Printables > Other Resources page. Scroll down to the C’s for “CD Lending Library.”