Free Printable Toy Labels

For ages 3 to 7.

I am totally Type A. Everything has a just right spot in our house. Even the toys. So I was excited when my friend, Carli, over at Dimple Prints agreed to whip up some colorful toy labels I could use to help my kids stay organized. The simple word-picture connection is an easy way to build new readers’ confidence because they can practice “reading” the pictures.

To make your own set of toy labels, just print the freebie on card stock. Cut out the circles with a 2 inch punch and laminate them. Easy peasy.

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4 Comments

  1. kim

    Hi! Where did you get your toy baskets??? They are super cute!

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    • Malia Hollowell

      Thank you, Kim! I picked them up at our local Fred Meyer (which is similar to Target).

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    • Lovie

      Big help, big help. And sueaplrtive news of course.

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    • Luanne Kea

      That is exactly what I was going to ask! I am going to attempt to find a website but if you happen to know any more details about the baskets, please share!?

      Reply

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Hi, I’m Malia.

I LOVE helping Pre-K, Kindergarten and First Grade teachers save time, stay inspired and give EVERY student bigger results. I’m so glad you’re here!