These are classroom labels for materials from Lakeshore Learning. Each label includes the English name of material along with the Spanish name. English is in black and Spanish in green. I used google translator for Spanish, so I am not sure how accurate it is. I could tell that part of the time google was not translating correctly, but I did the best I could.
There are 20 pages of labels with a few extra pictures I induced for specific things. Each page has about 9 labels. Some have less if certain labels needs to be bigger.
The pictures of the building bugs are there so students can look at it and build the tower like the picture. The big picture of alphabet rockets are included so each student has there own picture to look at and build rockest correctly during small groups. (My small groups are 5 to 10 minutes each with 5 students in each group). The big picture of the ramps and balls are included to help give the students ideas on how to build with them.
Cut and laminate these labels for lasting durability. I put all of my labels on the tubs/baskets or shelves with Velcro. I know it may seem like it cost a lot, but its only once. Doing this allows me to easily change out labels as I switch material out.
I work in the MNPS system in Tennessee.The Pre-k classrooms received all these materials fall 2017. The system wants us to make labels for the new materials. I know I need the languages of my other students, but the word part of the label will be bigger than the picture. I chose Spanish because it is the most popular home language of my students.