To make labels, I usually use address labels (on the book stickers and glue sticks) or I use a labeling machine, like this one from Amazon:
|From Oliver's Labels|
Here they are on the back of my DVD players, iPod Touches, and iPod Nano.
Here they are on my computers. This way, when the computers get stored for the summer, there will be no question as to who's room they belong in once fall comes around.
I love the smooth feel of the stickers and the professional look. They stick well to multiple surfaces and won't ever smudge, like my computer address labels tend to do. And at $19.99 for 40 labels, I would be ready to go with just one order.
What do you think? Do you use labels in your classroom? Where would you put Oliver's Labels in your room? Head over to their website and order a set today!
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