Monday, September 23, 2013

FREE MISC. LESSON - “Editable Name Labels {33 individual pictures - ideal for non/emergent readers}”

by OkinawanGirl
Pre-Kindergarten - 1st Grade


This is a classroom tested printable aimed at early learners. Non/emergent readers can begin to identify their names by first associating them with the individual pictures (e.g. a car).

Each label contains a text box which you can edit to suit your own font and color preferences for each of your students' names. 


This download contains 33 pictures labels with an editable text box (3 per A4 page). 

Labels are arranged in powerpoint slides and can be reordered (by copy/pasting or dragging) to suit your own preferences. 

Suggested Use

These labels are ideal for:

- trays
- cloakroom pegs 
- tables
- chairs 
- anything you wish to be labelled with your students names!

Top Tip

Please note that if you wish to print these labels smaller (e.g. for cloakroom pegs that are close together) you do not have to resize each label - you can simply go to "print" and then click to adjust the number of slides per page. Simple and effective.

Related Products

If you like this product, you may also be interested in my Where Are We? door display printable with editable text boxes allowing you to change the font and color.


I am fairly new to Teachers Pay Teachers and would therefore really appreciate your feedback as it would help me create products that best suit your needs. 


This download is a zipped file containing a PowerPoint presentation with editable text boxes. 


If you have any questions please let me know and I'll be happy to help you! 

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