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I could never find name tags for my students that didn't have a bunch of extra stuff cluttering them up, so I made my own. These have ONLY:
There are two versions: one with uppercase and lowercase letters and one with just lowercase. Each version comes in a set of bright rainbow colors and in a set with calm pastel colors. In total you get four sets. You can print them on 8.5 x 11 paper or on 11 x 17 paper by adjusting printing settings in Adobe Acrobat.
For each letter there is an animal picture to connect the letter with its most common sound. As a bonus, I've included a coordinating letter sound chart that you can use to help teach kids letters and sounds!
U-umbrella bird (it's a thing!)
I laminate mine and then write names on with sharpie so I can reuse them for different kids. (Sharpie comes off with a magic eraser!) As soon as a student is solid with capitals and is writing sentences I switch her/him over to the lowercase only name tag to encourage the use lowercase letters. The OT who visits my room raves about these nametags for kids who struggle with organization and processing of visual information.