Monday, August 15, 2011



I know that many of you liked these name tags or told me some great ways you are using them in your classroom. So many of you are so creative. So, if you need a set and cannot stand the thought of making them,
I took the names off of mine and want you to have a set to start the year. If you already have name tags you can use them for sight words, letters, numbers, whatever. Click here.


37 comments:

tmarie said...

Hey! Thanks for sharing! I saw your other post and thought your idea was wonderful - but I was wondering how I was going to make the tags to go inside the holders. This helps so much!
Tessa
Spotlight on Kindergarten

Emily W. said...

Thanks- these are great!!

Kinderpond said...

Love them Fran!


Jennifer

Angela Wageman said...

Fran, you are very generous. Thank you.
Angela Just Love Teaching!

Mrs. Lofgren said...

Thank you so much for sharing! I can't wait to go to Walmart this weekend and look for the badges!!!

Stenslv said...

You are so generous! Thanks Fran -- so far I have purchased 100% of what you have posted to TPT -- I so appreciate the work you put into these units -- can't wait for the Pete booklet that is coming --- LOL.

Miss J said...

These are adorable thanks for sharing!!

Miss J

smilescrayonsandendlessstories

Cindy said...

Fran,
Thanks so much for these. I am back in town and out to get the name tag holders ASAP.

U R GR8 ;-)

Mrs. Corino said...

Yay! Thanks Fran, I saw these last night before I went to bed and was thinking about where I was going to find the time to make my own. Now I don't have too! You rock \,,/

Dawn

Janice said...

I appreciate how generously your share your ideas and lovingly created materials! Thank you. Your passion makes us all better teachers!

Debbie said...

Thank you so much!

Isabel Z said...

If you were here I would give you a hug. You are so generous to share these. I was trying to figure out how in the world I was going to make these since the computer and I don't mesh and you saved me hours of frustration. A million thanks!!!!!

dbednars said...

Thank you so much. These will be perfect for sight word necklaces.

Sarah said...

These Labels are AWESOME!! What a GREAT thing to share!! LOVE IT!!

You are sooo sweet!
Sarah Hetrick

rooneyhunt said...

Thank you Fran! I may have to make a trip to Walmart to purchase the badge holders! :)

Your generosity is appreciated!

~ Amy

Lynn said...

Thanks so much!! YOu are awesome!!!
I love these!!!
Lynn

Isabel Z said...

Me again--the hugger who doesn't get along with her computer. I can't figure out how to type my students' names onto the name tag. I have the file saved in my google documents. Thanks a million.

Ms. Naparalla said...

Hi Fran,
Thank you so very much! I am wondering if you can send in an editable format so I can type in student names?
Thanks again for your generosity!

naparallac@ripon.k12.wi.us

Rachel Booth said...

Fran--thanks for sharing! My grade partner and I were going to make tags for our kids' pencil boxes, and now we can just print and use your adorable ones!!! Love it!! :)

www.rachelboothhappilyeverafter.blogspot.com

Lauren said...

I LOVE THEM! you are so generous! thank you!

Ke'Andra said...

Fran, thank you so much:).
Ke'Andra

Mrs. Krouskop-Smith said...

These are adorable! My district prints actual id badges for every student, so I will probably use these in a center instead. Thank you!

jlowe said...

I love these! I've been trying to find some cute nametags to use for my students' cubbies (they are really small, not backpack type cubbies) but I wanted something bigger than a regular old label. . .these are perfect! Thanks for sharing! :O)

crayongirl said...

These are so wonderful! I saw someone post the question as to how to type on them. If you have time could you explain the process?
Thanks

Wintaka said...

Dear Fran,
I feel like I know you personally, because everyday seems like Christmas or my birthday, with your gifts. Do you run these name tags off on sticker paper or Avery labels?
THYordan@aol.com

Mrs. Rooney's Room said...

Thanks Fran for still having some freebies! They are always great and very appreciated.

Alessia Albanese said...

LOVE these! Thanks for sharing, Fran!

ΡΌ Alessia
Mrs. Albanese’s Kindergarten Class

McNuttS said...

Thank you for sharing! We use different colored buses with their names mostly to get them on the bus after school. I will have to see if we can use these instead since we know how much fun yarn is around the kids necks! Thanks again for sharing!

Unknown said...

I love these name tags. I bought them two years ago when you shared them at a staff development and used them last year and just finished this years. I love them! And I am so excited that I get to see you on Friday at Franklin!!!!!

Pat I

Fran Kramer said...

I cannot wait to be with the best teachers on earth. I am so excited to see my friends and do a writing training with all of you! WOOHOO!
Fran

Laura said...

Thanks for the blank nametags. They are so cute! How do you add names to them?

Julie Dodd said...

Thanks so much for sharing! I love the tags!! Your stuff is great:) Thanks again!

kandiapple said...

Great idea to print them on photo paper! Thanks as always! My printer is smoking right now from all my printing!

Kristen Call said...

Fran, THANK YOU!!!! I can't tell you how many fellow teachers I have shared your blog with....your ideas are inspiring!! I am so excited to use the name tags this year (yes, we are tired of the students twisting the yarn!) I would LOVE to type their names on them with the vowels in red (brilliant!), but how? I would love to hear from you. :) Have a great year!!

Kelly@imperfect homemaking said...

Thanks so much! I used these tags to make a game for my children. You can read about it here: http://www.imperfecthomemaking.com/2011/11/while-backi-whipped-up-little-game-for.html

learningmyself said...

used these this year for nametags, attendance...love them..thank you!! Amy

Laura said...

Very generous and thoughtful! Thank you!! I'm going to use these at our house to make sight words and a fun game for my preschooler. :)