What can take a lot of time when setting up a classroom? Creating desk tags with student names. Let me help you with that!
I've simplified the process. Copy your class list, open a Word™ file, highlight all the text I put in the text boxes, and paste your list. The names drop into desk tags created just for a primary classroom.
Each desk tag has a number line
, an alphabet
, two-dimensional shapes
, three-dimensional shapes
, a left hand
, and a right hand
. There are crayons with the basic colors
I've sent this file to teacher and non-teacher friends because there are so many versions of Word™ in classrooms and different computers. All were able to create desk tags. A few had to move a text box up if a student had a name with g, j, or y that covered up the alphabet or adjust the size or width of the letters slightly if a student had a very long name. Make sure there's a return between each name so the text boxes fill properly.
Each desk tag is 4" x 14" so it will fit if you choose to slide them into plastic sleeves sold both other companies to attach them to student desks.
Just cut off the bottom half-inch and then cut the remaining 8" in half and you have two desk tags from each sheet of paper!
Interested in other fonts? I’ve created primary desk tags with D’NEALIAN
, COMIC SANS
, and CENTURY GOTHIC
and a BUNDLE
of desk tags with all three fonts.
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