Kids have a lot to keep track of: pencils, crayons, books, erasers, toys, and all the little treasures they accumulate in a day of exploration and fun. Help them hang onto their belongings with fun labels designed just for them. Our labels come in a range of shapes and sizes to fit possessions such as pencils, books, or water bottles. Our selection of designs includes everything from polka dots to pirates, from dinosaurs to donuts.
Our custom name badges and stickers are designed to last. After all, what good does it do to label your child’s things if the labels are lost before the items are? While they’re not designed for glass or fabric, our labels are dishwasher and microwave safe, which means that once you attach them to your child’s items, they’ll stay put.
The variety of available designs means that you can create different configurations of information to suit children’s needs in different situations. Include a full name and phone number for items kids might take with them to camp to ensure that stray possessions can be returned. Print your kids’ names and room numbers on their school supplies to help them – and their teachers – organize their materials. Allow your youngster to select a favorite design and simply add a name to offer motivation for practicing reading and writing of this first critical piece of personal information. For kids who are a little older, these labels can also provide reinforcement for learning to recite their phone numbers.
Our labels have many potential uses beyond identifying what belongs to whom. They’re an easy, convenient way to share phone numbers with new friends for scheduling play dates. Also, if you’re a teacher, our round labels are perfect for making field trip name tags that will last all year long.
Our custom name badges and stickers are as fun as they are practical. Keep a supply on hand, and you’ll never run out of uses for them!
"I ordered these and used the suggestion of printing the name in white ink and their suggested font. However when I got them they are really hard to read the name. I wished I had used a darker or brighter color!"