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Free Printable Kid's Storage Labels

Restore order in your kids' rooms with customizable labels that are as clever as they are cute. Download and print these free tags and sticker labels to keep your children organized at every age.

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    • Picture-Perfect

      Stow plush toys in soft-sided containers that offer plenty of storage capacity and won’t hurt kids if they take a tumble. Picture labels are essential for nonreaders and will help children understand what goes where when cleaning up. Adhesive pockets make it easy to switch out labels as storage needs change.

      Editor's Tip: This label slips inside a clear, adhesive NACKit! pocket, which  protects the paper label from wear and tear. Print the label and place it inside the pocket before adhering it to your storage container. This label fits inside the original NACKit! pocket size, available at nackit.com.

      Print the zebra labels.

    • Tagging Along

      Tag labels with pictures add a playful touch to kids' room organization and help kids, parents, and babysitters make sure nothing is misplaced during cleanup. Thread a pretty ribbon through the tag's punched hole for an extra pop of color, then tie tags onto the bin's handle.

      Editor's Tip: The penguin labels are designed to be printed on Avery 2x3-1/2-inch printable tags with strings (#22802), available at office supply stores.

      Print the penguin labels.

    • Ready, Set, Organize

      Help children sort sets of toys with easy-to-reach containers labeled by category. Labels that feature both pictures and words help develop reading skills for elementary-age kids.

      Editor’s Tip: This label slips inside a clear, adhesive NACKit! pocket. Print the label and place it inside the pocket before adhering it to your storage container. This label fits inside the original NACKit! pocket size, available at nackit.com.

      Print the train labels.

    • Growing Up

      As kids become avid readers, switch picture-and-word labels for labels featuring only words. Allow kids to take charge of their own organization system by using an electronic label maker or writing on blank adhesive labels themselves. If more than one child uses the space, label what belongs to whom and assign a color or pattern to each child.

      Editor's Tip: These labels slip inside clear, adhesive NACKit! pockets. Print the labels and place them inside the pockets before adhering them to your storage containers. The large labels fit inside the original NACKit! pocket size and the small labels fit inside the NACKit! mini pockets, both available at nackit.com.

      Print the small bin labels.

      Print the large dot labels.

      Print the large plaid labels.

    • File It Away

      Magazine holders keep crafts paper and workbooks upright, crease-free, and ready to grab on the go. Adhesive labels identify the contents of each container and make it easy for children to return items to their rightful place when they're done using them.

      Editor's Tip: The circle labels are designed to be printed on Avery 2-inch print-to-the-edge round labels (#22807), available at office supply stores.

      Print the two-tone circle labels.

      Print the dotted circle labels.

      Print the striped circle labels.

       

    • Game-Time Decision

      A right-size catchall bin for electronics and board games keeps easily misplaced items in check. Stash small trinkets and personal items, such as music, jewelry, and accessories, in labeled containers that are convenient for tween and teenage kids to use.

      Editor’s Tip: This label slips inside a clear, adhesive NACKit! pocket, which  protects the paper label from wear and tear. Print the label and place it inside the pocket before adhering it to your storage container. This label fits inside the original NACKit! pocket size, available at nackit.com.

      Print the Party Games labels.

    • Strategic Storage

      Make managing homework less of a hassle with a labeled file system that keeps important papers clutter-free. Basic organization tools -- such as color-coordinated folders, memo boards, and notepads -- can grow with your student’s needs. A compact, lightweight file system can sit neatly on a shelf yet is easy to tote to a work area.

      Editor’s Tip: The file folder labels are designed to be printed on Avery 2/3x 3-7/16-inch white file folder labels (#8366), available at office supply stores.

      Print the file labels.

    • Plugged In

      With cell phones, music players, cameras, and headphones, cord organization is a must for growing kids. Keep cord tangles to a minimum by designating a desktop charging station with cable holders for your kids' electronics. Repurpose address labels as non-slip sticker labels for classifying cords.

      Editor's Tip: The cord flag labels are designed to be printed on Avery 1x2-5/8-inch eco-friendly white address labels (#48160), available at office supply stores.

      Print the cord flag labels.

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