EDITABLE Classroom Library Labeling Kit - White Labels

EDITABLE Classroom Library Labeling Kit - White Labels
EDITABLE Classroom Library Labeling Kit - White Labels
EDITABLE Classroom Library Labeling Kit - White Labels
EDITABLE Classroom Library Labeling Kit - White Labels
EDITABLE Classroom Library Labeling Kit - White Labels
EDITABLE Classroom Library Labeling Kit - White Labels
EDITABLE Classroom Library Labeling Kit - White Labels
EDITABLE Classroom Library Labeling Kit - White Labels
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This kit is loaded with all the labels you need to transform your classroom library into an organized, student-friendly reading zone.

With 136 premade labels to choose from, you can label your books by genre/topic, DRA Level, Guided Reading/F&P Level, Lexile Level, AR Level, or combine more than one organization method to suite your personal preferences.

Now, you can easily add custom book and bin labels to your collection by using the 63 editable genre/topic PowerPoint label templates included.

Simply print, laminate, cut and attach the basket labels to your own durable baskets, bins and shelves and sort your books. The colorful images, bold lettering and bright white background make these labels easy-to-read and bring style to your classroom.

You can also print and attach the coordinating book labels so your students can easily keep books organized the entire school year. No more book sorting for you! :)

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If black labels are more your style, I also offer my EDITABLE Classroom Library Labeling Kit in Black.

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This kit includes 63 premade genre/topic labels. An editable version of each label is also included. With 63 unique label images to choose from, you can completely customize your classroom library.

Nonfiction Book Labels
1. Amazing Information
2. Animals
3. Biographies
4. Birds
5. Careers
6. Dinosaurs
7. Engineering
8. Health
9. History
10. Insects and Spiders
11. Marine Life
12. Nature
13. Retiles and Amphibians
14. Science
15. Space
16. Sports and Hobbies
17. Technology
18. Travel
19. Weather
20. National Geographic
21. Who Would Win

Picture Book Labels:
1. Animals
2. Family
3. Fantasy Fiction
4. Folk Tales and Legends
5. Friendship
6. Historical Fiction
7. Holidays
8. Humorous Fiction
9. Nature
10. Realistic Fiction

Topic Book Labels:
1. Grammar
2. Graphics Novels
3. Math
4. Poetry

Chapter Book Labels:
1. Action Adventure
2. Animals
3. Dragons Beasts and Doom
4. Fantasy Fiction
5. Heroic Adventures
6. Historical Fiction
7. Horror
8. Humorous Fiction
9. Magical Worlds
10. Mixed Genres
11. Mystery
12. Realistic Fiction
13. Science Fiction

Chapter Book Series Labels:
1. Amelia Bedelia
2. Arthur
3. Diary of A Wimpy Kid
4. Geronimo Stilton and Thea Stilton
5. Harry Potter
6. Junie B. Jones
7. Magic School Bus
8. Magic Tree House
9. The 39 Clues
10. Roald Dahl

Other Book Labels:
1. Book Hospital
2. Easy Readers
3. Student Authors
4. Teacher Favorites
5. Teacher Favorites (Picture Book Specific)
6. Teacher Favorites (Chapter Book Specific)

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This library labeling kit also includes book leveling labels:

Guided Reading/ Fountas & Pinnell Levels aa-Z
Coordinated with commonly used Guided Reading color codes for consistency. Each level has a separate label for fiction books and nonfiction books. A general label for each level is also included for teachers who combine fiction and nonfiction Guided Reading books in their classroom library.

DRA Reading Levels 1-80
Grouped by color according to on-target grade level equivalent. Each level has a separate label for fiction books and nonfiction books. A general label for each level is also included for teachers who combine fiction and nonfiction DRA books in their classroom library.

Lexile Reading Levels 200 - 1500
Coordinated with commonly used Lexile color codes for consistency. Each level has a separate label for fiction books and nonfiction books. A general label for each level is also included for teachers who combine fiction and nonfiction Lexile books in their classroom library.

Book labels for Lexile leveling display the color that coordinates with the bin label and the word “Level” with a blank line that allows you to handwrite the specific level for each book.

AR Reading Levels 0.1 - 9.9
Grouped by color according to on-target grade level equivalent. Each level has a separate label for fiction books and nonfiction books. A general label for each level is also included for teachers who combine fiction and nonfiction AR books in their classroom library.

Book labels for AR leveling display the color that coordinates with the bin label and the words “RL” and “PTS” with a blank line that allows you to handwrite the specific reading level and number of points possible for each book.

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This kit is loaded with all the labels you need to transform your classroom library into an organized, student-friendly reading zone.
With 136 premade labels to choose from, you can label your books by genre/topic, DRA Level, Guided Reading/F&P Level, Lexile Level, AR Level, or combine more than one organization method to suite your personal preferences.

Now, you can easily add custom book and bin labels to your collection by using the 63 editable genre/topic PowerPoint label templates included.

Simply print, laminate, cut and attach the basket labels to your own durable baskets, bins and shelves and sort your books. The colorful images, bold lettering and bright white background make these labels easy-to-read and bring style to your classroom.

You can also print and attach the coordinating book labels so your students can easily keep books organized the entire school year. No more book sorting for you! :)

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If white labels are more your style, I also offer my EDITABLE Classroom Library Labeling Kit in White.

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This kit includes 63 premade genre/topic labels. An editable version of each label is also included. With 63 unique label images to choose from, you can completely customize your classroom library.

Nonfiction Book Labels
1. Amazing Information
2. Animals
3. Biographies
4. Birds
5. Careers
6. Dinosaurs
7. Engineering
8. Health
9. History
10. Insects and Spiders
11. Marine Life
12. Nature
13. Retiles and Amphibians
14. Science
15. Space
16. Sports and Hobbies
17. Technology
18. Travel
19. Weather
20. National Geographic
21. Who Would Win

Picture Book Labels:
1. Animals
2. Family
3. Fantasy Fiction
4. Folk Tales and Legends
5. Friendship
6. Historical Fiction
7. Holidays
8. Humorous Fiction
9. Nature
10. Realistic Fiction

Topic Book Labels:
1. Grammar
2. Graphics Novels
3. Math
4. Poetry

Chapter Book Labels:
1. Action Adventure
2. Animals
3. Dragons Beasts and Doom
4. Fantasy Fiction
5. Heroic Adventures
6. Historical Fiction
7. Horror
8. Humorous Fiction
9. Magical Worlds
10. Mixed Genres
11. Mystery
12. Realistic Fiction
13. Science Fiction

Chapter Book Series Labels:
1. Amelia Bedelia
2. Arthur
3. Diary of A Wimpy Kid
4. Geronimo Stilton and Thea Stilton
5. Harry Potter
6. Junie B. Jones
7. Magic School Bus
8. Magic Tree House
9. The 39 Clues
10. Roald Dahl

Other Book Labels:
1. Book Hospital
2. Easy Readers
3. Student Authors
4. Teacher Favorites
5. Teacher Favorites (Picture Book Specific)
6. Teacher Favorites (Chapter Book Specific)

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This library labeling kit also includes book leveling labels:

Guided Reading/ Fountas & Pinnell Levels aa-Z
Coordinated with commonly used Guided Reading color codes for consistency. Each level has a separate label for fiction books and nonfiction books. A general label for each level is also included for teachers who combine fiction and nonfiction Guided Reading books in their classroom library.

DRA Reading Levels 1-80
Grouped by color according to on-target grade level equivalent. Each level has a separate label for fiction books and nonfiction books. A general label for each level is also included for teachers who combine fiction and nonfiction DRA books in their classroom library.

Lexile Reading Levels 200 - 1500
Coordinated with commonly used Lexile color codes for consistency. Each level has a separate label for fiction books and nonfiction books. A general label for each level is also included for teachers who combine fiction and nonfiction Lexile books in their classroom library.

Book labels for Lexile leveling display the color that coordinates with the bin label and the word “Level” with a blank line that allows you to handwrite the specific level for each book.

AR Reading Levels 0.1 - 9.9
Grouped by color according to on-target grade level equivalent. Each level has a separate label for fiction books and nonfiction books. A general label for each level is also included for teachers who combine fiction and nonfiction AR books in their classroom library.

Book labels for AR leveling display the color that coordinates with the bin label and the words “RL” and “PTS” with a blank line that allows you to handwrite the specific reading level and number of points possible for each book.

This classroom management challenge is a wonderful way to establish & instill the habits of responsible dry erase marker use in your classroom. Dry erase materials are a wonderful way to save paper while engaging your students in a variety of learning activities. Taking time to teach students how to use their dry erase materials responsibly will help them concentrate on making the most of their learning time in the classroom while conserving classroom supplies.
This challenge was originally designed to be used with EXPO Dry Erase Ink Indicator Markers, which feature a clear window allowing you to see the ink remaining inside the dry erase maker. To read about how I run this challenge in my classroom, click here to read my blog post (post will go live on 7/31/17).

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WHAT’S INCLUDED:
Each of the components below is provided as a ready-to-print PDF and an editable PowerPoint document to fit the unique needs of your classroom.

Responsible Marker Use Checklist
Introduce your expectations for respectful dry erase marker use with this checklist. Expectations may include:
• Use your marker as a learning tool, not a distraction.
• Place your cap on the end of your marker while you write.
• Only use your marker on dry erase surfaces.
• Write gently with your marker so the tip remains strong.
• When you are done writing, close the cap until you hear a click.
• Keep your maker in a safe place when it’s not being used.

Dry Erase/Whiteboard Marker Challenge Poster
Challenge your students to apply the expectations listed on your Responsible Marker Use Checklist to make the ink in their dry erase marker last the longest. This challenge can also be modified to focus on the condition of the marker tip if that is the central management problem in your classroom.

Challenge Champ Label
The winner of your challenge can wear this label as a badge of honor. You can also attach it to a cup filled with boldly colored dry erase markers that can be used by the champion as a reward for their responsible marker use.

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