Tuesday, 2 February 2016

Classroom Library Labels

Book bin labels

Classroom Library Labels are a great way to keep your classroom library organised. The set has 135 classroom library labels plus an extra set of labels that are are fully editable for you to add your own personalized Library Labels. These are illustrated library bin labels.   The cards are arranged into the following sections: Genres (15 cards), Topics (36 cards), Seasonal Themes (18 cards), Subjects (8 cards), Book Levels (5 cards), Miscellaneous (6 cards), Books by Author (47 cards), and Editable Blank Cards (6 cards) - These can also by used to make your own level A-Z and level 1-20 labels as well as anything that is unique to your class. These are pictures of the polka dot library labels.

Library Bin Labels Classroom Library book bin labels

Once they are laminated you can use them over and over again!

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(These are the editable library labels above)

 classroom-library-labels-templates  Classroom-Library-Labels-printable
 This file contains rectangular labels that are 6.3cm x 12.7cm each illustrated with corresponding pictures. They print on 8.5” x 11” (letter) sized paper with 6 cards per page.

To match this set, I made these Classroom Library Book Sticker Labels. They will make it easier for your students to identify the right bins for the books upon returning them. These are 108 illustrated library book sticker labels that are to be printed on Avery 1560 address labels.
classroom library book sticker labels small avery classroom library book sticker labels Avery 
classroom library book genre labels classroom library book labels

Here are previews of each of the book labels below:
library book sticker labels

classroom library book sticker labels

classroom library book sticker labels

Library Labels for schools

As we are on the topic of classroom library labels, you can see my 10 Classroom Library Tips for helpful and creative ways to have the best library for your class.

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