Leveled Bin and Book Labels (letters A to Z)

  1. Christina says:

    Thank you soooo much for posting these, I had downloaded them from you other postings as well, and I can't wait to reorganize my library!! I think it will be a task I do over the summer! Thanks again for sharing 🙂

    http://allabout2ndgrade.blogspot.com/

  2. Conchy says:

    Wow!!! I am speechless… I hadn't done this because of the amount of work it would involve. I was "leaving it for another day". But now you've do e the job for me. There are no words to express my thanks!!!!! Ok, gracias!!!! :))))

    Conchy
    Conchy.Marcano@gmail.com

  3. Laura says:

    Thank you so much for posting the rest! 🙂

  4. Mrs. Saoud says:

    One of my sweet parents has been working for more than a month to find correct levels and add labels to each book, compliments of you! As you already know…You are fabulous!!! I did receive your message on twitter. I too copied and pasted. The Facebook post…Not so good but the link is available. I am determined to find a way to post once and available at all sites. Less work is always a PLUS!!

    Cheryl

  5. Angie says:

    I LOVE your leveled book labels! Will you be posting the genre labels too?

  6. Ms. King says:

    Thank you SOOOO much for posting. I'm trying to get my classroom library off the ground for next year. This is a HUGE help!

    http://www.thenewteachernoggin.blogspot.com

  7. Heather says:

    What a wonderful idea and thanks for sharing all your hard work!

  8. Kristen…quick question that is driving me crazy! 🙂 So I started leveling all my books for next year..and theres a lot! So many of them are not in the Scholastic Leveling Wizard!!! I've tried AR and Lexile, but I don't get a lexile score on them either. I have been trying to eyeball the pages and label it as I see fit, but it seems like theres such a large range. For example, E can be the end of kindergarten or the middle of first grade. Is that right? Am I reading the chart correctly? Do you have any suggestions? Its driving me crazy, as it seems I have more books that are not in the wizard than those that are. Sorry for the lengthy comment, I couldn't find your email. Thank you sooo much! 🙂

  9. mk. says:

    man you are AMAZING!!! thank you for sharing so much with us! i shared this blog with my teacher-friends b/c its such a gold mine!!! your students are so lucky…

  10. Someone on pintrest linked a Guided Reading Level chart to your blog. I was broken down by grade level and where they should be in December, March and June. Do you still have that available? If so, where could I find it? Thanks!

  11. Amber Unger says:

    Alright, I know I have commented on your blog several times already this morning, but I just have to say it again: THANK YOU! I can only imagine how much time and energy you put into all of your posts, your printables, and your blog in general…and to think you do that all for free! You're absolutely amazing. Coming from a teacher who is switching from Kindergarten to 3rd grade next year (while being away on maternity leave for the first month…yikes!), I thank you from the bottom of my heart!!!

  12. Anonymous says:

    I just found your blog and want to say thanks–THANKS! You have done a tremendous amount of work and it shows.

  13. xriszy says:

    Thank you so much for sharing! You are so kind. Your blog is very helpful especially for me since I will be teaching for the first time in August. Thanks! will tell my colleagues about your helpful website. Keep it up!

  14. xriszy says:

    Thank you so much for sharing! You are so kind. Your blog is very helpful especially for me since I will be teaching for the first time in August. Thanks! will tell my colleagues about your helpful website. Keep it up!

  15. I just found these and I'm so excited! This was exactly what I was looking for. LOVE them! Thank you so much!!!

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