Physical Space

Budget Labeling Systems for the Art Room

Bring order to your art room with labels to promote independence and accessibility. Join Paula Liz and The Art of Education University for cheap and clever ways to label art supplies, stations, furniture, and artwork. Learn how to DIY and customize your own labels at various price points and discover why including images, color coding, and other languages is helpful. 


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For the resources mentioned in the video, take a peek at the two links below:

  1. Use address labels to quickly add names to artwork.
  2. Read tips on numbering your supplies.

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Lindsey McGinnis

Lindsey McGinnis is AOEU’s Media Content Manager and a former high school art educator. She is passionately equipping art teachers to be successful in their classrooms and firmly believes that art is a safe place for students to explore and process the challenging topics and concepts around them.

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