Book Name Tags Printable will help you keep track of all your books, so you can lend them to friends and family without worrying about not getting them back.
Did you know that March 2nd is Read Across America Day? It is a reading celebration that takes place annually on March 2—Dr. Seuss’s birthday. Every year, a recommit myself to making sure I'm reading to my kiddos every single day. It's the best way to help them become better readers themselves. Now that Ethan is older, he is reading to us often as well. It's has been an amazing experience this last year to be able to share with him some of my favorite childhood books.
To watch him grow and develop his reading skills is just amazing. Now Mr. Juggling Act jokes that our house is like an annex to the library. We have SO MANY BOOKS! I can't help myself! I'm always picking up new books for the kids especially.
We're happy to share books with our friends, and sometimes Olivia will bring in a book to share. To make sure our books always make it back home, I created these Free Printable Book Labels and I'm sharing them with you, too!
I just love this fun polka dot design! These Free Printable Book Labels are best used with Avery 8163 Rectangle Labels. Just peel them off, stick on your book, and write your child's name.
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