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Classification Labels

Put these classification labels to use in your classroom or public library.

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How to Print Your Own Library Classification Labels

Creating and printing custom or color-coded classification labels is easy with these steps:

  1. Find the right size labels for your project. Try using our printable ruler if you need to measure a curve, corner, or flap.
  2. Determine how you want to organize your collection. Subject, last name, genre, title, and reading level are popular classification label options.
  3. Customize your design. Consider color-coding your labels, inserting clipart, and adding text.
  4. Print your classification labels and apply.

For best results, try our standard white matte material. It's an acid-free classification label material which is popular among teachers. It possesses a bright white facesheet that will make printed designs easy to see and the permanent adhesive will ensure it stays on your books, folders, and more. You may also like a glossy material for its shine and smooth texture.

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