Do you love to label all the things like I do?? I have labeled the classroom supplies, put up a colorful lunch count display, added book bin labels and so. much. more. Free schedule card labels anyone? Keep reading!
My classroom supplies/bins/baskets have been freshly labeled with new bright classroom labels!
I LOVE the bright brick backgrounds and chevron backgrounds that I’ve used by Ashley Hughes as well as my favorite Scrappy Kids from Graphics From the Pond on ALL of my labels!! 🙂
Aren’t they so bright and colorful?
As I was posting while I laminated my labels – you all LOVED them which made me decide to share them!! I took your requests and Voila!
I do mostly community supplies in my classroom – it works REALLY well. We have routines for our routines y’all. I’m ALLLLL about routines. So, before too long, my kids are, too! I just have to say “get your white boards and meet me on the floor” annnnd they know exactly how to do that safely – one table at a time – and preparedly within 2 minutes tops. It’s fantastic. Here are my freshly labeled supply baskets from Really Good Stuff!
The trays on top of the drawers I use to toss in whatever needs to head to the copy machine orrrr what I need to grade. I refuse to let that thing ever be full. ever. MUST STAY ON TOP OF GRADING! 🙂 #moretimetoconnectwithyouall!
My days of the week drawers are for my system that I have used for YEARS to organize the copies, materials, read alouds, etc. for each day of the week! AND because I’m a maniac and am usually planned for the week ahead, too….
…in each drawer, there is a folder labeled for the corresponding day of the week. Monday’s drawer has a Monday folder inside. I put the week’s copies in that folder. THEN as I copy/plan for the UPCOMING week, I put those copies UNDER the folder. So even though Monday only has one slot, I have 2 weeks’ of Monday copies/materials in one place! SOOOO easy to grab come Monday morning – take a glance at my EC planner, and I am good. to. GO!
Right next to my trays and drawers I have trays to toss in papers from the day so they NEVER end up on my desk.
ALLL papers must have a place in my classroom immediately!!!
… haha soooo I’ve learned that “to do”, “file”, “grade” or “copy” make GREAT homes for papers that find their ways to me during the school day and then I do my best to clear those trays at the end of every day! 🙂
I got this pretty thing at Michaels last summer! And it has come in handy SO many times this past school year! I can dig through and find extras to hand kids who aren’t quite as put-that-paper-where-it-goes-NOW as I am. Wink 🙂 I usually keep the “extras” until the end of each marking period and then I start fresh! 🙂
Next up – by popular demand are my book bin labels!! I took literally hundreds of YOUR requests when making these book bins! CHECK OUT WHAT ALL IS INCLUDED!!:
I also made fresh and corresponding lunch count choice cards to display in your room to use for taking student lunch count each morning! I’ve created SEVERAL different styles of these for you to find one that fits your classroom best!! Click below to head to see my chevron chalkboard style which will link you to the rest! 🙂
The lunch count sets also have editable student ID cards for you to customize for your students to have and practice their lunch account number each school year! These are completely EDITABLE for you to customize for your class!
There are 52 different schedule cards for you to use in your classroom! My kids LOVE knowing what is coming up next – they love the predictability just as much as I do, and I ALWAYS have the schedule for the day on the board. Well – nowww my schedule coordinates with my newly labeled room!
Didn’t these cards turn out darling?! I’m so proud of them!
Feel free to click any of the images to grab a set for your self!! All I ask is that you please leave me some feedback! Oh and don’t forget to PIN any image, too, to be sure and share with your OUR teacher friends!! 🙂