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Classroom Decorating Labels

 

32 Bright Classroom Labels with Pictures..

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Classroom decoration ideas - labels - Suggestions for Use


**Ideas for Storing and Using Theme Word Cards.....

Allow the children to 'Label the Room' .

Children take a smaller black and white copy home to cut out and blu-tac onto items around their house which are the same (great first day homework)

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Tracy (16-07-2014)

Classroom labels..... could be placed into a portfolio book at the writing table as children begin to label their own pictures or stories using regular words of interest eg monsters, princess, frozen etc.


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