Genre Labels: Nonfiction Set I {printable}

  1. Sarah says:

    These turned out sooo cute! I really need more nonfiction books in my classroom library! 🙂

  2. Amy says:

    I love them! Do you have a donor's choose project? I have a gift card and I'd love to support a project of yours since you are soooooo generous with your creations! Also, I'm having a clipart membership giveaway on my blog, so feel free to stop by!

    Amy @ First Things First

  3. Mrs. Magee says:

    Looks awesome! My librarian husband is working on my books right now – entering them all into the computer, giving them subject headings so I can search for certain books by topic. I'll be taking my books back to school this week and putting them various places (some in filing cabinet for my use only some on bookshelves). I need some sort of lables so these will be a big help!

  4. Shannon says:

    They look great! I already had the fonts on my laptop so it all looked fine when I opened them-I was searching for genre labels so that I can ORGANIZE my classroom library this week-thanks for all of your hard work!!!!

  5. I'm organizing my library this week and was looking for some great non-fiction genre labels and these are wonderful! Thanks so much for all of your hard work!!

  6. Laura says:

    Non-fiction labels were on my to-do list for this week, so THANK YOU for sharing. This is awesome and just what I was going to try to create – to match the circle A-Z labels you posted before that I'm using for my fiction books. 🙂 This post made my day – maybe now I'll actually get my house clean instead of fighting with Word all day. LOL!

  7. Laura says:

    What kind of black paper do you mount them on? I'm hoping to find something that won't fade!

  8. Tammi says:

    I saw this today and immediately thought of you! I wonder if they make a punch that is the size you need… seems like it would save you tons of time!

    Having Fun from K-1

  9. Kristen says:

    Amy, thank you SO MUCH! That is the sweetest thing! I do not currently have a project but I cannot say enough what your comment meant to me, thank you!!

    Tammi–I love that!! I have a different kind of circle cutter –I had no idea there was a circle punch though! How cool! Thank you so much for thinking of me and my round labels–haha!

    Laura, I don't remember the brand, but it's regular black paper (thin, not cardstock). I got a big pack of it online. Some of my labels on colored paper did fade last year, but the black backing did not, so I think it works ok. If I find the name, I will let you know!

  10. Anonymous says:

    My laminator ate one of the labels and it came out perfectly in accordian style! Wish I could make that 3D look again 🙂

  11. Laura says:

    I downloaded them and they look super cute. I like the word format so I can change the numbers to meet my needs. Some of the text boxes had to be enlarged but otherwise they downloaded perfectly. Thank you for sharing. Now I'm on the hunt for a circle cutter. Any suggestions?

  12. Theresa says:

    Thanks so much for sharing! They worked perfectly for me. I just switched from kindergarten to second grade so I have been scrambling to get organized.

    You are truly amazing!

  13. Anonymous says:

    Trying to download these labels to use in my library! Having trouble doing so through google docs – any help would be appreciated! Thank you!

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