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Mr. Breitsprecher's Dewey Decimal Challenge III 

Dewey Bears Love Books!

Did you master our original DEWEY CHALLENGE?  How about our DEWEY CHALLENGE II.  Are you ready to take on the Dewey Bears? 

Are you afraid of bears?  Are you read to start our THIRD online quiz by clicking HERE.  The library bears have selected some books, each is presented with 3 answer choices - choose the one that correctly identifies which general Dewey number the book belongs in. Good Luck!

Quick Review:  Doin' Dewey

General Dewey Numbers (by 100's)

Join Dewey Bears Bogey and Fuzby as they talk about getting started with Dewey Decimal Numbers

To keep things simple, the inventor of this system, Melvil Dewey thought about what people are interested in and how we share information. He created a system of 10 main classes with 100 divisions and 1000 sections. 

This means there THOUSANDS AND THOUSANDS of Dewey numbers. Every topic you can imagine has its own number! The good news is that we don't have to memorize them all.

Let's review the main Dewey classifications so that we can get started looking around the library for the books we like to read.  We can also get ready to start our Dewey Challenge II!

The Dewey Categories are:

  • 000- 099:  Everything Else & General Knowledge.  Encyclopedias, general reference works, computers, newspapers, magazines
  • 100-199:  Who am I?  Philosophy and Psychology.  Optical illusions, brain research, question and answer books
  • 200-299:  Who Made Me?  Religion and Mythology.  Bible stories, religions of the world, Greek myths
  • 300-399:  Who is My Neighbor?  Social Science and Folklore.  Communication, education, law, sociology, transportation, etiquette, folklore and fairy tales
  • 400-499:  How Do I Talk to My Neighbor?  Language.  Grammar books, sign language, dictionaries, and picture books in many languages
  • 500-599:  What Will We Talk About?  Weather, Math, and Science.  Experiments, mathematics, astronomy, chemistry, physics, geology, biology, and
    dinosaurs, books on specific animals
  • 600-699:  What Will We Do With Science?  Medicine and Technology.  Human body, medicine, airplanes, space travel, cookbooks and domesticated animals such as dogs, cats, horses
  • 700-799:  Time for a BREAK!  Thinks We Do For Fun - Arts and Recreation.  Art, artists, how-to-draw books, crafts, origami, music, joke and riddle books, sports
  • 800-899:  Back to Work, Literature.  Poetry, plays and classic literature
  • 900-999:  How Did It All Happen?  Who, What, Where, When, Why, and How?  History, geography and travel, atlases, explorers, and biographies

If you want more of a review, please check out my Dewey Decimal For Kids Web.