I was going through my "Back to School" folder on my computer and found these labels that I made to organize my folder games. I love free downloads, so I thought I'd share this one with everyone!
Here's the link to the PDF on Scribd:
This is my only photo of my folder game organization and it's pre-label days, but it does show how I have them sorted into baskets from Target (of course).
For the most part, my folder games are the Evan Moor Take It To Your Seat center activities. I have pretty much all of the reading and math activities for third grade. I put mine in manila envelopes that I have laminated to keep them study. It works really well in keeping all of the papers and pieces together. (Small pieces are in plastic baggies within the envelopes.) I do have some hand-me-down activities from my aunt, which are in just regular pocket folders.
I went through all of my folder games and placed the labels in the upper right corner. For each one, I have labeled the general subject, such as reading, math, language, spelling, vocabulary, or phonics. Then, I specify the skill for each one. For example, a math folder might be labeled "Subtraction w/ Regrouping" or a language folder might say "Action Verbs." I found that labeling makes picking the activities a lot easier since many of the titles don't indicate the specific skill.
The label download is for Avery 5160 labels. Those are pretty standard size address labels, so if you're looking for a generic brand that's the number to look for. The font that I used is from the very awesome site kevinandamanda.com.