Here are my levelled library tubs, just waiting to be filled with classroom books!
This is the first year I am going to be assigning numbers to my students. I figure it saves me having to relabel everything with new names every year. I can reuse my beautiful year after year, until I change my colour scheme ;) These are my number labels for my students book bins... Just waiting for the lovely neon bins to arrive from Really Good Stuff!
I just loved the polka dots and the way these turned out, that I made some matching round labels. I'm going to use these to number various things, such as my new, in-the-making, math toolboxes! If you have not checked out Renee's new blog, The Reading Corner, you need to go there right now! She has some *AMAZING* Daily 5 math ideas. I may be a little biased, seeing as she is a fellow Manitoban teacher and there are very few of us, but I do love her ideas! These math toolboxes are one of her great ideas. Each student has a bag that has a variety of math manipulatives they would need for games, individual work, or whole group lessons. They just bring their whole bag with them when they are off to work! I am going to attach these circle number labels to each toolbox, so each student is responsible for the contents of their toolbox.
These rainbow labels can be used for a variety of things: lockers, cubbies, desks, math tubs, supply bins, reading bags--you name it! Click the picture to check it out at TpT. In this pack, you will get:
*square labels, 1-30
*square labels, A-Z
*blank square labels
*round labels, 1-30
*round labels, A-Z
*blank round labels