Create labels for the classroom in a variety of sizes.
Make label creating for your classroom a breeze! And what’s a classroom without a variety of labels suited to your handwriting style and theme, anyway!?
How to Use the Online Label Maker Widget
It could not be more simple to use this tool.
- Select your layout
- Select your image
- Input your text.
- Select your font style and color
- Press download to see the result!
Place a different picture on each card if you want to! You can also print the same labels in a range of sizes without playing around with spacing or moving images around to fit. The widget will change the image and font size for you.
What to Create With Our Label Maker
We’ve compiled a quick list of helpful ways to make the most of this fun widget.
Student Name Tags
Need to create name tags for your students? Rather than writing with a permanent marker on a sticker, create some quick tags with the label maker.
- Place them on a classroom job chart.
- Label different sections of your classroom library.
- Print them and keep them handy when randomly selecting names out of a hat.
Generate some helpful cards for your class with the label creator. Because you can download these labels in such a variety of sizes, they make the perfect resource to create literacy cards to accompany your lessons.
Why not create sight words that your students can use to practice their spelling and reading? You can use these as handy flashcards for word recognition, and when your students are preparing to spell them, they can use them as easy-to-grab prompts.
We’ve put some digraph blends into the label generator and paired each with a visual clue! Print these cards, and stick them on your whiteboard. Use alphabet magnets for an engaging spelling or reading activity.
Laminate these and use them with dry-erase markers if alphabet magnets aren’t readily available!
A teacher’s classroom isn’t complete without a set of labels! School supply labels make great additions to any classroom, making supplies quick to find.
Our label maker widget also makes great index cards. These can be handy for remembering student ID numbers or passwords for class accounts.
Tape them to the inside of student journals to remind them of their passwords!
Independent Learning Tools
Having a set of neatly printed visual aids for independent student activities goes a long way to encouraging student participation.
Try one of these ideas:
- vocabulary words for students to research and define
- sentence starters
- open-ended question cards for comprehension.
Print off the cards on cardstock so they can be reused time and again!
Signs for Around the School
You may not think of a letter-sized page as a label, but you can turn it into one!
This type of label from the label creator is perfect for making signs around your classroom, and even your school.