Tuesday, August 5, 2014

Freebie Book Labels for Your Library

Hello darlings!  If you follow me on facebook or instagram, you know this was coming!  I finally finished relabeling all of my book bins for a fresh new look!  I wanted to make them available for you for FREE so unfortunately, what you see is what you get.  I can't make them editable for you in the PDF file with melonheadz graphics as it goes against her copyright.  I hope you are able to use them though.  I have labels for Fountas and Pinnell levels F-S and many series books that you would find in a second-fourth grade classroom.

To print:
You can control the size by choosing multiple page printing or booklet printing. As you can see, I printed 6 to a page.

To get the free book bin labels, click here.  I would love for you to pin it and give me feedback!



I did not laminate the laebls once I cut them out.  That eliminated an unnecessary step.  Instead, I used clear packing tape on a tape roller and taped over the entire label.  You will notice I have a lot of different book bins that I have collected over the years.  Bins are expensive!  I bought most of them at Wal-mart.  I have found the white plastic tubs to be very sturdy and they have lasted me 10 years already!


Most of the chapter books are stored in plastic shoe boxes and I also have a few from the Dollar Store.


I made sure to put my chapter books in order by levels.  This makes it easier for the kiddos to find Just-Right books and it keeps them from having to search all over the book cases.



My dad and I created the books shelves last year.  I LOVE them because they are on wheels and close together.  I can lock them and then the custodians can simply wheel them out the door at the end of the year so they can wax the floors.  It was soooooo nice to come in this year and just open the book cases.  I didn't have to reorganize my library or unpack books.  That has ALWAYS been the longest job for me when setting up the classroom and packing up each year.

Happy Back to school!


4 comments:

  1. Hi Amy,
    I LOVE your bookshelves!I always dread setting up the library for the same reasons as you! Shelves on wheels and that close together--GENIUS!! Would you be willing to share the dimensions of the shelves? I may have an end of the summer project for the hubby ;)
    --jen

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  2. Pinned! Thank you for this freebie. Just what I needed!

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  4. Organization of a book library is very challenging for the teachers/librarian. There are usually so many different stuffs. upenn admission requirements

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