Can I share a little secret that helped my kids on their reading journey? It’s all about getting them familiar with the words around them.
Do you know how kids can recognize brand names like Starbucks or McDonald’s?
Well, it’s not because they’re already reading geniuses.
It’s because they’ve seen those words so many times that they can instantly connect the letters to the places they represent.
So, I had this brilliant idea to bring that same concept into our home. I wanted my little ones to easily recognize everyday words like “chair” and “table.”
That’s why I created these awesome classroom labels with pictures. (also perfect for your Back to School preparations) They cover many things like chairs, computers, trash cans, and more. Pretty cool, right?
Simply Print, or…
If you’re short on time, you can simply print the labels and stick them on your wall or bulletin board. Easy peasy.
But if you have more time to spare, I highly recommend taking it up a notch. Laminate those labels, cut them out, and stick them right onto the actual objects they represent.
For instance, slap the “chair” label right on a chair or pop the “shelf” label on, well, you guessed it, a shelf!
By doing this, those words will sneakily sneak into your kids’ memory banks, making it way easier for them to learn to read. It’s like unlocking a whole new set of words!
Oh, and speaking of unlocking, let’s talk about the font. It’s super cute, yet totally readable. Your kids will be able to spot those labels from a mile away.
Isn’t that awesome?
Shapes & Colors
Oh, there are also labels for shapes and colors; for your kids to learn how to spell those colors.
So, why not give it a try?
Shop Classroom Labels with Pictures
Classroom Labels with Pictures
Let’s have fun creating print-rich environment in your homeschool and classroom setup.
Wishing you a super happy and successful back-to-school season. Let the reading adventures begin!