Quickly and easily organize your classroom library with these editable Classroom Library Book Bin Labels. This mega classroom library label set contains everything you need to label the books and book bins in your classroom library. This resource includes: large book bin labels, small book bin labels, and coordinating book labels. Everything you need to organize your book bins and books. The coordinating book labels allow your students to independently return books to the proper place. This classroom library labels set includes a variety of labels for both the reading level and theme, topic, or season. You can also edit the labels so that they meet your classroom needs perfectly. Whether you choose to label your books by theme, reading level, or BOTH, you will find a label for virtually all of your lower elementary library needs. Download the preview file for complete instructions and full-color photos of my own classroom library. You can also find more information in this blog post on classroom library organization and how I did it in my classroom.
Editable Classroom Library Book Bin Labels includes:
- 13 Months of the Year library book bin labels in 2 sizes
- 67 Themed library book bin labels in 2 sizes
- Book Bin Labels for 4 Book Level Programs
- Coordinating book labels for all months and themes
- Book Hospital Labels
Small labels measure approximately 3.3" wide by 1.9" tall.
Large labels measure approximately 4.5" wide by 3.5" tall.
MONTHS OF THE YEAR:
November (2 versions available in the set)
St. Patrick's Day
- Guided Reading Levels: AA, A-Z
- DRA Levels: A-80
- Numbered Levels: 1-20
- AR Levels: 0.1 to 9.9
PLEASE NOTE: This set does NOT include labels for specific authors, series, or book characters. As much as I would love to include all of those labels in this resource, many of those names and images are trademark protected. The good news is that you can use the editable templates to create labels featuring all of your favorite authors, series, and characters.
INSTRUCTIONS FOR EDITING:
Creating your own custom library labels is now easier than ever.
You will need to download and install the font KG Why You Gotta Be So Mean. Click here to download the font for FREE
Three different Powerpoint documents are included to help you customize your classroom library needs in the same style of the original design. YOU MUST HAVE POWERPOINT INSTALLED ON YOUR COMPUTER TO EDIT THE FILES.
DIRECTIONS FOR USE:
Print the desired book bin labels and laminate. Cut each label out and attach to library bins. I recommend using hot glue to apply the laminated labels to bins. It is lasting and durable, yet peels cleanly and easily from plastic surfaces. Print coordinating book labels (formatted to print on Avery 5160 labels) and cut into strips to separate labels. Attach to each book that will be stored in the matching bin for easy and child-friendly sorting and organization.
What Other Teachers Are Saying . . .
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ WOW! I wish I could give this product way more stars. Everything was smooth, clear, and easy to create my library. Students were able to place books back and I didn't really have to do as much training at the start of the year that I typically do. THANK YOU!! Worth. Every. Penny!!!
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ Love this resource. Made it very easy for my students to understand the order of our classroom library. It was easy for me to set up as well. Great variety of labels as well.
⭐⭐⭐⭐⭐ These labels are great because there are so many options. The mini labels help with students placing the books back in the right bin, and saves teachers much time! The tags fit perfectly on book bins.
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