Wednesday, January 29, 2014

Mailing Label Timesaver Guest Post at All Things Upper Elementary


All teachers want to find ways to save time and become more efficient in their planning and instruction.  Mailing labels are one of my favorite tricks of the trade.  There are so many practical uses for them, of which I highlight a few in my post today at All Things Upper Elementary.   Do you have a unique use for labels in your room?  Be one of the first three people to comment below and I'll send you a FREE (Reg. $2.00) copy of my planner communication label set from my TpT store!



Thanks for visiting Kate's Classroom Cafe.  Happy Teaching :) 



7 comments:

  1. This is genius!!! Why didn't I ever think of this? adecker@lasalle.pvt.k12.ia.us

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    1. I'm glad you like the post! I'll send you the labels this weekend.

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  2. Kate, I loved this post over at ATUE! I am also linking to your blog over at my brand-new blog caffeinequeenteacher.blogspot.com (I hope that's okay!). Anyway, I really found the information useful and I never, ever, ever would have thought of such a creative idea myself! I especially love the rubric idea. How original! Thanks so much!
    caffeinequeenteacher@gmail.com

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    1. Hi Blogger Buddy! Thanks for reading my posts. I can always count on you to stop by for a look. I'm not home until Saturday, so I'll send you the labels this weekend.

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  4. Aww man!!! The three above are so lucky!! Thanks so much for sharing. I know what I'll be doing this weekend...lol! Have a great day!

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  5. Loved your guest post - thanks for the fabulous QR code idea, notebook lables and see me for more help - absolutely love. So happy to have found your blog!

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