June 16, 2012

Flipped Signs (leveled library) Printable

Happy Saturday everyone! I have 5 days to go in school and it is flying by! Now I'm getting to the sad phase--I'm really going to miss this group of students!!

I'm also in some other phases...like half finishing out this year and half decorating for next year. I just can't resist getting ready for a new beginning!

So. I know I've posted a bunch of times about my classroom library in the past, but I am going to a bit more because I have some new labels to share! I've been making a lot of new signs to go with my old color scheme, just to liven it up a bit--I've added orange to the mix for next year too.  :)

Our library does have genres, favorite authors, etc...but we do have to use a leveled selection as part of the Reader's Workshop model we use. So these are the updated leveled labels I'll be using next year...in colors to match our baskets!

Like the Flipped Supply Labels I shared last week, these labels have been designed with white font to really pop. I tested a couple in class and love how they look--I can't wait to glue them all on!! They are a free download in my shop...please click on the image below if you'd like to use them:
I hope they can be of use to some of you! How are your vacations going?? How many days do you have left if you are still in school? Thanks for visting!!

20 comments:

  1. love these! I am loving these flipped signs. It's just the first day for me and already have a workshop Monday!
    Rachel

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  2. These are so great! Thanks for sharing! Quick question...how do you flip them?

    Tonya
    Tonya’s Treats for Teachers

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    1. Thanks Tonya! The font color is just flipped, so the white is on the inside and stands out a bit. :)

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    2. Thanks! I adore these! I love making things stand out:)

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  3. Your signs are too cute! My vacation is going well. I have been completing a lot of school projects. Thanks for sharing!
    www.kindertrips.blogspot.com

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  4. I can relate- it was so hard to let go of this year's group of students too. :(. Thank you so much for all of the labels that you share! I can't wait to use them in my classroom next year!

    Lisa
    Learning Is Something to Treasure

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  5. I love the look of these signs! Too cute. I just finished a 2 week education tech grad class so now I get to relax a bit! :) It was really interesting. I hope that the last few days go smoothly for you and that you don't get too sad!

    Miss A's Kindergarten

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  6. I think I got my obsession for bright neon colors from you! =) Love them!

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  7. I think I might just have to use these! I had a hard time letting go of my kiddos this year too :( Enjoy your last few days!


    Sara :)
    Smiling In Second Grade

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  8. At the end of each year, I always think there is no way I will like the class coming in as much as the one that just left.

    Your labels look great and I do love all of those colors!

    Kelly @ I'm Not Your Grandpa, I'm Your Teacher

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  9. I was hoping you would update these. :) Thanks!

    M

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  10. These are too cute!! I love 'em!! Thanks for sharing your awesomeness! :)

    ღDeAnne
    First Grade and Fabulous

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  11. What program do you use to make all your printables? Thanks for sharing!

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    1. How do you glue your signs on? I end up making new signs every year and they never a)stay stuck or b)keep looking nice. Just curious! Thanks!

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    2. Hi Mandie! I always laminate them and then hot glue them on. This holds them on really nicely all year, but can be removed if you pull hard enough on the signs. Then any residual glue you have just peels off the plastic container. I hope this helps!

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  12. I love these! They will match my bright classroom perfectly! I just recently came across your website and I'm in love! Thanks again :)

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  13. I love these! Would love to continue the same theme throughout my room. Is it possible that you could create them with an editable text file and put them in your store?

    Thanks

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  15. I love your labels! What program do you use to make them? My library is smaller so I have to put multiple levels in one basket (i.e. - A-B) so I was wondering how I might make them myself?

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