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Organization Station!

I've had a lot of requests for my bin labels so here they are.  You can click on the pictures to download them.    The ones pictured above are for my smaller math storage bins and containers there are about three pages of them.  I cut them out and laminate them on my Scotch Laminator (another one of my favorite things that I forgot to mention in my post).  Wal-mart sells them for about $25 and then I buy the thick laminating sheets from Sams really cheap.  Sams is about half the price of Wal-Mart.  Their brand is called Royal Sovereign and it is a pack of 200 pouches.  The item # is SCR-003 if you need it!  :)




To get the labels that I use on my small drawer organizers, shoebox organizers and the Large bins that you see above you can click on the picture to download them.  I created these as I needed them so they aren't in a great format!  In fact you can tell from the picture above that as I changed things around I had to make new labels.  I should have done that before I took the picture.  :)



   These are the extra large labels that I use on Milk crates.  I have a bunch of individual headsets that play cassettes so there is one for those and one that says rewind.  There is also one for my laundry hamper that holds my big books.  To print out the ones you want click on the picture above.



These are all labels from my classroom so they ARE NOT  in the best format.  Sorry about that!    If I have left some off that you need I will try to add them.  Just leave a comment and I will do my best to get them added. I am going to Minnesota for a Kindergarten conference this week so I will not get to it until next week.
Make sure you tell me what size. ex; the ones like I made for my drawer organizers, large bins, shoebox size,  extra large labels for milk crates, etc:  I won't be able to customize the sizes that would take me forever.  :)


I will add my Math tub bins tomorrow.  They are on my school computer.

The font I used is an alphabet called, Scribble Kids.  If you want it you can purchase it by clicking on the pink button at the top left of my blog.  I think it is about $4 for the set of alpha letters, numbers and symbols.
The black and white gingham border with ribbons is from djinkers.  I think it is on their Kiddlywinks cd.

HAVE A GREAT WEEK!


40 comments:

  1. Would love to have for you to join our workstations discussion by linking up your post at Primary Graffiti!

    Cheryl

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  2. Thanks Deanna, these are adorable.

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  3. I LOOOOVE these! Thanks so much for sharing! You rock!

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  4. Love the font- thanks for the info- now I need to buy it
    Tiffani
    Time 4 Kindergarten

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  5. Thank you for sharing Deanna! I do something similar for my bins and I print them off on index cards with a picture image of the manipulative to help my non-readers. I do this for my book baskets too so it helps keep me organized and it works out really well! I started attaching my signs with velcro at the end of this year which has been great for swtiching baskets around!
    Lindsey
    http://www.whytewater.blogspot.com/

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  6. Thanks for posting your organization station labels. I can't wait to print them today!!
    Thanks so much!
    Robynn
    http://rd-busybees.blogspot.com/

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  7. These are awesome!! Thanks for sharing!
    Jennifer
    http://firstgradeblueskies.blogspot.com/

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  8. These are so cute! Thanks so much.

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  9. Hi Deanna! Thank you so much for posting these! So cute! I have a question. What format do you use to create your materials so that they come up on Google Docs so easily??? I would like to start making some of my own to share with others. Thanks so much for your inspiration!
    Gretchen :o)

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  10. Wow! These are so cute! Thank you so much for sharing! You have inspired me to begin my own blog!Everything that you do and share is really appreciated! THANK YOU!!
    Tammy
    Live Love Laugh Everyday In Kindergarten

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  11. Thanks, Deanna
    The labels are great! Can't wait to print/laminate and get organized! ;)

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  12. Thank you so much for sharing these! I just invested in a bunch of bins/buckets and sorted everything leftover in the classroom. I started using my label maker to label them & it looks sooooo boring! These are so child-inviting!
    Thanks a bunch,
    ~Fern
    Fern Smith’s Classroom Ideas!

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  13. Hi!
    Just wanted to say thanks for the tip about the laminator and the sheets to use with it. I always use the one at my school but it is SO THIN :( I take my "important" posters to Office Max to laminate, but they are expensive!!! I am adding these items to my list of things to buy for my classroom this summer.
    Thanks so much!

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  14. Thank you so much for the labels! I'm so excited to use them and even MORE excited because I have 2 new first grade teachers coming to my team. We were just discussing math organization. PERFECT! I'm so excited to share. They'll be so appreciative. You're fabulous!!!

    Marisa
    http://firstgradeglitterandgiggles.blogspot.com

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  15. Where do you get your super cute fonts and borders? The ones you use in TPT store?

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  16. These are so cute! Could you do a full page one for library books and one for recycling? Thank you so much for sharing!

    Cathy I.
    mrsirwinsclass@gmail.com
    http:mrsisclass.blogspot.com

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  17. Tricia DoughertyJune 22, 2011 at 7:00 PM

    Thank you so much! These are awesome. Can you make medium sized ones for "toy" bins, like Action Figures, Animals, Little People, Puzzles and Tinker Toys? Thanks in advance!

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  18. Can you make medium sized labels (same size as your unifix cubes, dice, tiles, pattern blocks, and so on) with just the letter A-L individually? I would love to use them for my leveled readers book bins! Thank you so much! They are definitely cute and I will use them in my classroom.

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  19. Thank you so much!! They are absolutely adorable!! Is there any way to have a blank template that I could just type in any labels that I might need that are different from what you have. I so enjoy reading your blog! You are amazing:) Thanks so much!!!!!

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  20. Thank you so much for always sharing your great ideas. They are appreciated dearly:-)
    Ke'Andra

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  21. So I downloaded that fabulous Scribble Kids alphabet, but I'm not exactly sure how to use it! Could you give me some pointers? It won't install into my fonts like other things I've downloaded.

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  22. These are fabulous! So glad you are a sweet, sharing teacher! Much appreciated!

    http://dugginsdoodlebugs.blogspot.com/

    Kelie

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  23. Hi Deanna,

    I tried to download your cute labels, but Google Docs said I didn't have authority to open them. Weird, because I have a gmail account and am on your follower list.

    Any ideas? I teach 1st and love, love, love everything you create!
    Thanks,
    Vicki

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  24. I actually have had the same problem. I am unable to retrieve the labels as well and google docs gives me the same error message saying that I don't have permission to get them. This has never happened before.

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  25. Deanna I just wanted to let you know that the link on your blog for "cute fonts" on the top left hand side of your blog doesn't work. I wanted to see where you get your fonts and it didn't work. Thanks!

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  26. Google Docs appears to be having some technical difficulty. It won't let me view them either. :) Technology! GRRR! Hopefully they will get it fixed soon.

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  28. These are awesome and will look so cute in my newly organized classroom next year! Thanks so much for sharing :)

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  29. I signed up for free fonts, e-mail, and put I heard about them through "Mrs. Jump's Class Blog." Just wanted to let you know...

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  30. Thank you for your labels. Love them!!!

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  31. I love your posters! I just downloaded the Scribble Kids alphabet. I love it! I would like to make other posters for my classroom and I was wondering if you could tell me how you made the borders on your posters. I would like them to be all the same. Thanks!

    missgingras@hotmail.com

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  32. Hi Deanna! I LOVE LOVE LOVE your math bin labels. I teach second grade and we use alot of base ten blocks. I was wondering if you could make me a medium label that says "base ten blocks". Also, I love your reading levels A-L, but I'd love to use those as my word wall headings...any way you could post A-Z? That would be awesome! Thanks for your awesome freebies and SUPER ideas!!!
    kkrye83@gmail.com

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  33. Hi Deanna,
    I saved and printed your super cute labels, but many of them are coming out with blue/brown/black bars across them!!! Do you have any ideas for me? Some are in the margins outside the labels, but most are inside or all way across. Any suggestions would be appreciated - I want to use them - they are awesome!!!
    Thanks,
    Pam

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  34. Hi,
    I am a new follower, and I just love your blog! Would you make some shoebox sized labels for pencils, glue, and erasers? Thank you so much!!!

    Tiffany
    tiffo81985@yahoo.com

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  35. I love the labels! They are so cute! Thank you so much for sharing! You've also inspired me to start my own blog! http://mrsloftisclass.blogspot.com

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  36. I'm starting out homeschooling and I LOVE the font, colors and organization of the labels for our work areas. Thank you!!!

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  37. I love your labels! Could you make some of the smaller labels for Letter Tiles, 3-D shapes, Number Puzzles, Math Links, Geo Builders. Thank you!!

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