Printable name tags in a hot air balloons theme.
These printable name tags can be used in a variety of ways.
Print out the name tags and write your students’ names on them or create custom name tags in the Teach Starter Studio for a professional finish. Once cut, laminate to protect the name tags from moisture.
Some examples of uses for printable name tags are:
- Stick them on students’ desks with sticky tape or contact.
- Use a hole punch at the top and attach a lanyard or safety pin for students to wear.
- Stick the name tags on magazine files or book boxes to store student work.
- Use the tags to label drawers, files and storage boxes.
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It consists of 8 lessons of approximately 60 minutes duration. These lessons may be taught as a complete unit of work, or they may be taught individually as stand-alone lessons. The sequence of lessons and suggested time frames should be regarded as a guide only; teachers should pace lessons in accordance with the individual learning needs of their class. Teachers are encouraged to collect samples of students’ work throughout the unit to reflect their learning journey.
by Stephanie (Teach Starter) Jun 18th, 2018
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