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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.


Put student's names on the back of YOUR nametag so that you won't have to worry about finding the list during a drill.... Why didn't I think if that???-----Being a specialist, I don't even have a class of my own, but this is a fabulous idea anyway!


It occurs to me that if you typed up your class' names ONE TIME, you would then have labels for lots of things: agendas, writing folders, crayon boxes...

from Teachers Pay Teachers

Editable Name Tags and Labels - Animals

These editable name tags come in three different sizes and four different colors. The large name tags are great to attach to desk tops for student reference, the medium tags are suitable for personal name tags to use at the beginning of the year, when a substitute teacher has the class or on field trips. The smaller tags/labels may be used for labeling supply drawers, lockers, trays, students’ displayed work. All name tags feature bright, colorful backgrounds and cute animal pictures.

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