A classroom library that is organized well promotes reading and ease of use by your students. If they are easily able to browse subject matter they are interested in, they are much more likely to find a book they will want to read! This resource will help you organize your library and optimize the chances your students will get excited about reading.
I have made a list of over 40 categories to divide your books and label them. Each label has the category name printed on it along with a real-life image that serves as a symbol for non-readers or struggling readers. The larger labels fit perfectly on any of the stand-up book bins or other containers you may be using already. To use them, just print and laminate then cut and attach the label to your container. I have also included small labels that have the same picture as the larger labels to stick right on each of the books. This small label will make it easier for students to replace the book in its appropriate container. The small labels are perfectly sized to print on Avery #8167 Return Address Labels.