I have a set of 3×3 labels for you to use to identify your newly organized bins. They were created with the early childhood library in mind. You will find labels for the most common categories of books you would find in an early years’ classroom.
They also aren’t ink suckers. The 114 labels have a white background and a simple black border. Many of them contain a full-color image.
Image labels included: each season, holiday, animals (dinosaurs, penguins, bears, zoo, farm, ocean, jungle, pets), alphabet, counting, colors, vehicles, construction, planes, trains, sports, space, weather, plants, all about me, pirates, fairy tales, school, math, science, world, art, music, patriotic, award winners, class favorites, gingerbread, robots, fire safety, dental health, and community helpers
Text only labels included: Pete the Cat, Elephant & Piggie, Arthur, Dr. Seuss, Llama Llama, Clifford, Curious George, Eric Carle, Bernstein Bears, Junie B. Jones, The Magic Tree House, and Nate the Great.
*Due to copyright reasons, images could not be put on specific book series. You could cut out a picture image to add to the label though.
Leveled labels included: A-Z (small star on each) and 1-28 (just numbers with no image)
There are also blank labels.