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Printable Desktop Strips

Printable Desktop Strips / Name Tags for Kindergarten, Pre School, Early Primary Years...

IDEAL FOR BACK TO SCHOOL

  • Now Editable Using Microsoft Word (can type in child's name)
Ideas for Use

Printable Desktop Strips - Suggestions for Use


  • Write child's name on strip and cover with rollup contact to place on each desk

  • Great for first week back to school

  • Also ideal to give a copy to parents as a reference for home...

  • Copy and laminate, then children practise writing their names on the name plate with whiteboard markers.

  • Enlarge to bigger or smaller sizes for different learning situations...


 

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Donna (27-01-2014)

Hi Sarah

We are actually just about finished these - and are putting them up early this week -

Cheers Sarah


Sarah (02-11-2013)

Hi, I'm looking for an alphabet deskstrip with pictures next to the letters as prompts to use at the beginning of Prep next year.
Thanks Sarah


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