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{Printable Freebie} Notebook Labels

August 23, 2015 1 Comment

Part of my getting ready for the first day of school includes deciding what types of notebooks or learning logs I want to use with this class. I can’t tell you how much I go back and forth between should I use a spiral notebook, composition notebook, a pocket folder, or a binder. Each one has pros and cons.

Once I’ve decided, I like to put kid friendly labels on them that identify their purpose. Below I am sharing some that you can use on your student notebooks. The labels are sized for 2″ x 4″ labels. Each sheet contains 10 of the same labels. Simply click on the image you want, and it will take you to the document.

 

 


Math Notebook Labels 2x4 Writing Notebook Labels 2x4 v2
Reading Journal Labels 2x4

PRINTING INSTRUCTIONS: You must download the document first before printing. This is extremely important for proper alignment!
Also, you must make sure you choose to print ACTUAL SIZE. Many printers default to fit or scale.

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Alison Monk

When I started teaching, I quickly realized that student teaching didn't prepare me for the real challenges of being alone in a classroom full of young children. The learning curve was steep and time was limited. That is why I created the Literacy Garden. My hope is this will be a place for inspiration, mentoring, and connecting.

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  • Cathryn Cooper June 24, 2015 at 9:17 PM

    Thank you. These are wonderful. I know I will be using them this coming school year.

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    My name is Alison. I'm a veteran teacher with a passion for supporting teachers like you with practical effective tips and engaging resources. I love children's literature, Golden Retrievers, and gardening. Read More

    About the Literacy Garden

    When I started teaching, I quickly realized that student teaching didn't prepare me for the real challenges of being alone in a classroom full of young children. The learning curve was steep and time was limited. That is why I created the Literacy Garden. My hope is this will be a place for inspiration, mentoring, and connecting.

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