These black and white labels are editable for you to choose your own text. You can choose any font and colour you wish.
This product requires power point to be able to open and edit.
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I had been trying to find an all about me banner but all the ones I came across were with American spelling, so I decided to make my own, with Australian spelling.
This is a PDF file, 2 banners to a page.
I printed mine on colour paper and cut out
These labels are great for book boxes or anything to brighten up your classroom.
They are editable for you to add the most suitable for your own use.
You will require powerpoint to open and edit the work. Just click where I have text and type
These editable animal labels will make a great addition to book boxes or labels.
They are editable for you to add your own names. Just click where I have added text and type away in your own font or colour.
Powerpoint is needed to open and
These cute little labels can be used for maths centres, literacy, name labels, happy birthday cards....anything you like. They are editable!
We have given you some examples but feel free to edit however you please.
Will require powerpoint to open
These smiley face labels are on my students' books. I just write their names on and cut and cover with a bit of contact. You could even type up some fancy fonts and stick them on. Totally up to you.
This is a PDF file, so just open in Adobe and
Editable Black and White Chalkboard Labels
Use this product for anything in the classroom!
You can edit the text as you wish or use whit text to save on printing. Just open up your Powerpoint and edit away!
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This product contains the days of the school week and a "Today is" printable.
These are not editable. Please just open the PDF file and print.
**I am a new TpT seller so please keep an eye out for my other items coming soon**
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These cute and bright chalkboard strips are great for desks, locker labels or anything really.
You will need to open and edit these in powerpoint. Just click on anywhere I have text and add your own in there.