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    Name labels are a must for back to school. Put your child's stamp on their 'things' with Kidspot's free printable book labels and back to school name labels. Simply chose from the too-cute designs below, including labels for all back to school essentials - like lunch boxes, books and pencil cases - then print on sticker sheets and voila! Instant labels. Now hopefully you won't need to buy yet another lunch box next term... #backtoschool

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    Free printable back to school labels #backtoschool

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