Classroom libraries can get messy. Labels can help students keep your classroom library neat and organized. Some teachers may prefer to place labels on plastic bins, in baskets, or even directly on bookshelves. In addition to keeping your library well managed, sorting and labeling books may introduce students to a favorite author or a new genre. Most classrooms have students with a wide variety reading abilities, so feel free to mix and match these labels to suit the needs of your classroom library. In addition, each page offers two blank labels to customize your library needs.
Page 1 Authors for Early Readers
Page 2 Authors for Middle Level Readers
Page 3 Authors for Advanced Readers
Page 4 Favorite Series for Primary Grades
Page 5 Favorite Series for Middle Elementary
Page 6 Favorite Series for Upper Elementary
Page 7 Genres and Subject Areas
These labels are created to fit Avery 5160 address labels – 1” x 2 5/8 inch.