Day Nursery // Mine, all mine!

I think that Piglet is ready for the move up to the next room in her nursery setting. As she has reached the mine, all mine stage of toddlerhood. That wonderful stage where everything is theirs and nothing is yours. Which is trying when it comes to attempting to eat a family meal and she spots something on your plate that she quite likes the look of. However, this stage does have its benefits, especially when it comes to taking ownership of their possessions. In preparation for her moving up to the next stage in her nursery journey, Labels4Kids kindly sent us an Iron-on Labels Pack. A personalised named labelling set perfect for nursery, preschool, and of course, back to school. Even for highlight to the children whose drinks bottle is who’s – anything to attempt to save the arguments.
I digress… back to the mine, all mine stage of toddlerhood.  As her new room promotes toddler independence (personally, it’s probably easier to to promote it than it is to go against it), I have been labelling all her supplies in preparation. Getting her used to seeing her name on her clothes, shoes, bag and snack pots etc. Enabling her to recognise what items are actually hers so she can lay claim to them. 

Labels4Kids Iron-on Labels Pack

The pack includes 25 easy to use iron-on labels for labelling clothes, which are easy to apply and long-lasting (the labels have Arial text). There is also a selection of dishwasher and microwave proof name labels of vinyl for water bottles, cups or any non-clothing item you want to label that has a flat surface. Bag tags will match your vinyl image and text choices. Personalised iron on labels pack for back to school includes:
The labels are available in a selection of colour ways, design and text styles depending on your child’s preference. They are easy to apply to drinks bottles, snack pots, and bags. As well as clothing items and shoes with transparent covers to ensure that there is no colour run onto socks. Offering great value for money and aiding us through the mine, all mine stage!

Labels4Kids Iron-on Labels Pack // Where Can I Buy?

The Labels4Kids website offers a range of school label packs depending upon your needs. Whether you are looking for iron-on labels, stick-on labels, sew-on labels or snappy tags. With prices starting at £14.99 depending on which pack you select. Each pack fully personalised to your child’s name, colour, design and text.

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  1. August 17, 2018 / 9:15 pm

    These look great, I’ve been on the look out for labels that last really well! It was a nightmare during Luke’s first year, all the labels kept falling out!

  2. August 18, 2018 / 9:06 pm

    These look fab! With 2 girls in school, I need labels that are going to last and that they recognise x

  3. August 18, 2018 / 10:29 pm

    Great idea to get every school item labelled. I always label my children’s items so they don’t grow wings. It eliminates confusion as well.

  4. August 18, 2018 / 10:33 pm

    Fantastic- so glad I came across your article as I was just thinking about buying new labels today.
    I love all the extras.

  5. August 19, 2018 / 9:14 pm

    These look really good, I used to label everything, it makes things so much easier x

  6. August 19, 2018 / 9:16 pm

    Shoe labels—I have never even heard of that before. Thanks for sharing, as Kindergarten begins tomorrow I am definitely up to my eyeballs in labeling. Will definitely check this brand out.

  7. August 22, 2018 / 12:15 pm

    Shoe labels have saved me so much money – they are a great idea, especially when all the kids in the class seem to have the same shoes

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