Thursday, October 6, 2011

Book Leveling Labels {Made Easy}

Recently our district book leveling chart changed!!!!  And it happened after my kids had already book shopped, had their personal book shopping list and a bag full of leveled books...of course!  I needed to make new book labels, and it had to be done quickly!  I just so happened to have a package of Avery Color Coding Labels in my drawer that are suitable for printing!  It was easy to find the template in Word using the product code, 5472.


I would love to share the documents I made, however, Google Docs will not let me save it as a label document.  It just spreads out all of the typing all over the page.  : (

If you missed my post this summer about book shopping lists {and would enjoy a freebie} click HERE.

3 comments:

Holly said...

Oh wow - I love it. I'm going to have to figure out how to make that happen!

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Mrs. Smyth said...

I'm right there with you! I thought about waiting for a certain District Trainer to come in and do it for me (in case she missed her old room!), but I started on it this week a little bit at a time. I love the printing option.... you should send it to K.D.- she'd probably figure out a way to print them for everyone :)

Cooperative Learning and Other Classroom Resources said...

I love the idea of using the dots for leveling books! I have used the same type of dots for differentiated learning. I place a red dot on below level activities, yellow on level, and green on above level.