Free Printable Toy Labels

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.

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Print Your Toy Labels

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.

      Reply
    • 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.

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