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Make in powerpoint using Wordart. The font is grobold. Put one per page and blow them up to take up the whole page. Use the wordart that is outline only so it will be blank in the middle. Once you have the name typed and on the page, you can format (or it might say edit) the wordart....that's where you can make the outline thicker.

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Chalkboard Theme Name Tags & Locker Labels - Polaroid Selfies

Chalkboard Theme Kids Selfie Polaroid Labels: Use them for name tags, locker labels, supply labels or anything else you can think of for your classroom.


The Graffiti Creator is a neat online tool that kids will LOVE! Educational Applications: Students will enjoy creating signs, headers, bulletin boards, name tags, hall passes, posters, their own logo for a business card or brochure, desk signs, locker signs, signs advertising upcoming classroom events etc.

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Owl name tags

Simply print out the owls write the child's name then cut them out. They can be put on lockers, backs of the chairs or as a door decoration. There are colored ones or black and white ones. The black and white ones could be a first day activity for the children to color, cut, and write their name on the tag then put it up on the doorway.

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Editable Labels - Magnificent Multicolored with Chalkboard

Editable Labels in a 7 magnificent multicolor designs! Perfect for classroom organization, bin labels, shelf labels, locker tags, name tags, etc.! With both chalkboard and white frames. Gorgeous!