Sunday, October 2, 2011

A {Blog Stalking Inspired} Lesson Freebie on Labeling

Just for your information, my ideas, creations and posts are almost ALWAYS inspired from someone out there who is way more talented than I, whether it is one of my neighbors at school (you know who you are!), a fellow blogger or a Pin-teresting Pin I come upon.  I try so hard to give credit where credit is due, but, it isn't always easy to remember where my ideas originate from...Having said that, have you been to Mrs. Lee's Kindergarten Blog?  Talk about talented and innovative in the classroom...this girl is IT!  I saw her post (which she said was inspired by Babbling Abby...do you see how this domino effect of blogging about great teaching practices works??) on her labeling lesson and got INSPIRED to create my own lesson!  I had already written Labeling Mini Lesson for this week, but it was going to be a pretty average lesson. But, that was before I saw her post and came up with this idea.

I've been dying to try printing on Post It notes. (Have you seen this idea flying around the blogosphere?).  So maybe I didn't really need to spend the time doing this...not really convinced that my students really care if they were written by me or typed out, BUT, I did find out that this works great and will be trying to come up with other creative ways to print on post its!  They do look good, though, right?
So, after the kids label ME with all of these post its (I had to stretch to find 19 different body parts of mine to label, but I did it!), they will get their own little monkey to label with these cute little return address stickers (80/sheet Avery 8167, 5167, 8667) to label their own monkey while I label our big anchor chart.

Click here to get this monkey for labeling purposes



Click here to get the labels.  Even if you don't have the labels to print on,
you can cut out the words and the children can glue them down.
Why is my monkey upside down? Well, you get the picture.

Have fun labeling with your students!  Come back and tell me all about your experience!

3 comments:

  1. So cute! Thank you for sharing! :)
    Cheryl

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  2. thanks for sharing, I too have seen the labeling blogs and had planned to start labeling this week. Thanks for the freebie, the kids will love it.

    Rose
    The Wonderful World of Kindergarten

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