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Classroom Library Labels

Classroom Library Labels
Classroom Library Labels
Classroom Library Labels
Classroom Library Labels
Classroom Library Labels
Classroom Library Labels
Classroom Library Labels
Classroom Library Labels
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These colorful classroom library labels come in two different sizes with matching book stickers and also have editable labels as well. If you are looking for a fool-proof way to organize your library for you and your students, then you have found them! My first graders can easily organize and keep our library clean with these labels.

Here are the labels that you will find included:

Non-fiction: safari, rainforest, forest, desert, farm, zoo, pets, bears, bugs, fire safety, arctic animals, sports, big cats, snakes, birds, solar system, apples, pumpkins, butterflies, school, hobbies, around the world, weather, plants, dinosaurs, food, science, math, map books, social studies, game books, biographies, bats, art, mammals, ocean, habitats, community helpers, dental health, adventure, friends, family, monkeys, magic, on the map, songs, environmental print, culture, presidents, transportation, health, frogs, black history, creepy crawlies, USA, trees, sight words, cooking, and 2 non-fiction labels

Fiction: princesses, fairy tales, superheroes, feelings, joke books, alphabet, Biscuit, Henry and Mudge, Flat Stanley, Horrible Harry, Splat, board books, Magic Tree House, Curious George, Arthur, Nursery Rhymes, Magic School Bus, Froggy, Movie Books, Little Critter, Fancy Nancy, Franklin, Berenstain Bears, Characters We Love, Frog and Toad, The Classics, Eric Carle, Laura Numeroff, Tomie deploy, Mo Willems, Animal Fiction, Amelia Bedevil, Junie B. Jones, chapter books, mystery, pirates, Clifford, spooky stories

Different holidays are also included, as well as labels for student written, teacher favorites, and book hospital

Months Of The Year:
January
February
March
April
May
June
July
August
September
October
November
December

AR Levels 0.1-9.9
DRA Level A-80
Guided Reading AA-Z

To Use:
I recommend printing the book labels on cardstock, cutting, laminating, and hot gluing to your book bins. This method has been the most durable and long-lasting for me in the past.

The sticker labels were designed to fit on Avery 5160. Each sticker has two labels so that each page will print 60 labels. Cut the sticker in half and stick to the appropriate book. Make sure to click to print "actual size" when you print them. With the matching labels, your students will be able to help you put books back in the appropriate place, which makes less mess and work for you and more leadership and responsibility for them! Win win!

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210 labels
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