This 21 page document will help you color coordinate your classroom subjects to make papers, books and other materials easier to find and organized.
I use these easy to print pages to help set up a color coordination system for my classroom.
At the beginning of the year, I select one color to represent each of the subjects I will be teaching. Right now I am using Neon Blue for ELA, Neon Pink for Math, Neon Green for Science and Neon Orange for Social Studies in my classroom (these colors were selected to coordinate with bins and other materials I have purchased from teacher supply companies like Really Good Stuff©).
All supplies and material for each subject will be labeled with matching colored labels so my students and I came find what we need quickly. These signs can be used on your daily schedule, to label areas like in your classroom such as a Math center, to label bins or as cover sheets in binders! I have provided a variety of sizes as well as a blank page that you can easily customize by adding a text box using Microsoft Word.
After selecting your subject colors, simply print these pages on coordinating colored printer paper (1 color per subject), there is no need to use colored ink!
It’s that simple!