DIY Book Bin Labels

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Do you want an organized and professional looking classroom library?  Make book bin labels out of name tag sleeves!










Using name tag sleeves makes it super simple to add a new genre, author, or category without wasting a ton of laminate by only running through one small piece of paper. These labels are stronger and more durable than regular laminate and will last for years!

Items To Gather:

  • plastic name tag sleeves from an office supply store or Amazon 
  • 1 inch loose-leaf binder rings from an office supply store or Amazon
  • Copy paper
  • Printer with color ink
  • Scissors

  

Instructions:

  1. Print out my freebie labels, or make your own.
  2. Cut them to fit in the name tag sleeves.  I rounded mine at the bottom, since my name tag sleeves have round corners.
  3. Use loose-leaf binder rings to attach the sleeves to your book bins.
  4. Admire how beautiful and organized your library is!

Other Tips/Suggestions:

You can use the sleeves to label anything in your room: math manipulatives, word work supplies, general school supplies, the sky is the limit!
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Can't wait to see how you use this idea in your classroom!

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