Monday, July 8, 2013

Classroom Library Freebie

Hi Friends,
I am back from a full day of professional development on Reader's Workshop. I have to tell brain is MUSH right now. I have been working hard to convert from centers to Daily 5 for my literacy throw Reader's Workshop into the mix and YIKES!

Anyway, while I'm thinking about reading, I want to share this freebie with you. I have about 40% of my classroom library at home this summer {hubby hates me} to organize. I already have my leveled library completed and now I'm working on my nonfiction books and series books {Clifford, Junie B, etc}. I also have tubs of favorite authors that I feature during author studies {favorites are: Kevin Henkes, Nancy Carlson, Eric Carle, Jonathan London, Dr. Seuss}.

I made these cute green chevron library labels and am linking up with the Manic Monday linky to share!

 There are numbered book bin labels {I find it easier to assign a number to each topic/author/genre so children can put them away easily and I don't have to create matching clip art labels for each book I just have to write or type numbers on small dot labels}.

Some book bin labels have the numbers and book bin descriptions on them, but since they are geared toward my own classroom, I've also included book bin labels with just numbers so you can write or type in your own book descriptions.

The freebie also includes lettered labels for guided reading levels. (See above)

Click {HERE} to grab the freebie!! It's a Google Doc.

Hope this helps you organize!