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Friday, June 7, 2013

Classroom Organization and LABELS!

I don't know about you, but I LOVE organization. I love it so much that I sometimes find my self organizing things that are already organized! Well, as I was cleaning up my classroom during post planning, I decided I wanted to make ALL of my labels match. So, I created a classroom labels MEGA PACK! There are 286 labels that you can use for almost ANYTHING in your classroom. 

I have a supply closet that I keep my supplies in tubs. I have an entire side for supplies, one shelf for reading, one shelf for math, and then multiple shelves for my "month boxes". I love my month boxes. They are those plastic file hanging tubs that you can get at office supply stores. I keep everything that goes on in that particular month in one. Unfortunately, I didn't take a picture of them...but I will as soon as I can!  Below are my supplies:

These right here are my reading materials. I have them all organized based on "topic". This is great when I need to pull something for the week, or for stations. I always know exactly where it is!

 The next two pictures are my supplies! I cannot believe how much supplies teachers have...and this isn't even close to all of it! I use plastic tubs to store everything in.

The pack includes:

Days of the Week
Alphabet Letters (GREAT for word walls!)

If you LOVE these labels as much as I do, click on the picture below to check them out! 


  1. These look really great! I have tried many different ways to be organized in my 20+ years of teaching. I do love labels and boxes! Thank you for creating so many. I am your newest follower and your labels are on my wishlist.

    I would like to hear more about your month boxes and maybe a see a picture or two. Thanks!

  2. Thank you! I am so glad that you like them. They have REALLY helped me! Also, thanks for following me! I won't be back in my classroom until Tuesday, but I will take pictures of my month boxes! I keep all of my books related to that month (or the holidays in that month) along with file folders of the activities/literacy stations. I also keep the decorations or anything else related. They have been SO helpful in being organized and keeping organized. I am also in the process of creating more labels for other things so keep your eyes peeled :)

    Thanks again and have a great rest of the weekend!

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