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Classroom Library Individual Book Labels!
I can’t believe that my husband and I are off to Europe today!! I have been frantically working to try to finish a couple projects before I left! Of course, I didn’t get to everything, but I am so excited to share one of the big projects with you all!
It took forever, but I finally finished making individual labels to go on all of my books! This is going to be so helpful this year in keeping my classroom library organized because the kids will know exactly where the books go when they are done reading them!
I formatted the labels to fit the Avery Labels style #8160.
(You can click on the picture to find them at Amazon)
There are several labels per sheet, and you can print out as many sheets as you need for your books!
There are also blank labels that you can just add a text box and picture to if you need to make any additional labels!
After the labels were printed I just cut them in half to make two nice sized labels!
It took a lot of trial and thought, but I finally decided on placing the labels on the bottom left corner of the back of the books. That way it doesn’t cover up any of the title or the text on the back of the book!
Then I am going to have my class librarians go through and check the baskets every now and then to make sure that all the labels on the books match the basket they’re in!
I can’t wait to go into my classroom when we get back and finish setting up all my books!!
If you are interested in using these labels for your library as well I now have 2 options!