Letter Dot Labels {3 Different Fonts}

Although the "flipped" letter labels are SUPER cute, I do not have enough black ink to handle those. For that reason, I wanted to make some labels to place in plates (see below). Includes 3 different fonts. Also, an additional set (in one font only) of smaller labels for containers. Enjoy! Click the image for resource:

You can get these here!








UPDATE: Here is how I used the plates... I plan on hanging them vertically on the door!






19 comments:

  1. These are so cute! What do you plan to use them for?

    I've played a game with my kindies before where I spread the plates on the rug (kiddos stand in a circle around the rug) and all the kiddos turn around/cover eyes while I hide a small, seasonal cut out under one of the plates; students take turns reading the letter then lifting up the plate to see if they found it! If they find the cut out, they get to hide it next. I've played this with letters and sight words.

    Your letters are so much cuter than my handwriting on the plates:) Thanks for sharing!

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  2. love your ideas - they can be used instructionally, but I might use just the small circle labels as letter headers for my word wall, then the plates with letters for a bulletin board display (words) - saw it on pinterest use as placing one letter on each plate & then putting them on the wall to make a heading - thanks for the sweet comments - the ideas are endless... let me know if you think of something else:)

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  3. hi, i put this in another of your time savers. when i try to download, i get something about the host being out of bandwidth. i am particularly interested in your kindergarten common core time savers. would you be willing to send them to me? vhair61215@gmail.com

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  4. Hi! I got the same error message about the host being out of bandwidth. Would you be able to send the 3 different fonts to me as well as the common cored time savers? Thanks so much!

    kidzkidzkidz8.2@gmail.com

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  5. not sure what is going on with it, as I am able to go to the download and download it... I will investigate (so sorry)

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  6. Where are the plates from? I am going with a black and white theme with blue as the pop of color.... calming blue that is

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  7. hey - thanks for visiting - I found these particular plates at Walmart in the party section. I also saw some (more expensive) at Hobby Lobby. :) Hope this helps!

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  8. LOVE, love, love your stuff! I am your newest follower!
    littlemisskindergarten.blogspot.com

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  9. Hey Mrs. C thanks for joining along, LOVE your blog as well & have been a follower!!! :)

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  10. I loooove this idea! Cheap and easy! :)

    Jenny
    Luckeyfrog's Lilypad

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  11. I know... so glad I saw a pic of this idea on pinterest!

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  12. What a cool idea! It will be perfect above my word wall...heading back to download...thanks for sharing!

    Chris
    The Kinder"garden" Teacher

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  13. you are welcome, sweetie - glad you like them:)

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  14. Love all of your free downloads! Thanks for sharing!

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  15. you're very welcome Heidi:) thanks for stopping by!!

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  16. What a great idea! I can't wait to go out and get some plates! :) Thank you so much for sharing!

    Taryn Ryan

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  17. no prob sweetie - glad you like it!

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  18. I'm so sad. I've downloaded your adorable letters and have lots of plans for them. When I went to print them, the bottom letter comes out skewed. I was hoping you could give me some helpful advise on computer/software issues I might have. I'm new at all this technology.

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  19. Blantoh - the only thing I can think that it might be is that you did not allow the images enough time to load onto your computer before beginning to print. Sometimes with large files, they will look distorted at first while they are loading - once it is fully loaded, it will then turn to normal - do you think this may have happened? One more thing... when you open the file, slowly scroll down and check each page to make sure it has fully loaded... Let me know if this helps... so sorry!!!

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