Free Name Brag Tags

Such a cute way to start the year in your classroom with brag tags. This freebie includes editable brag tags in 12 different styles to be used as a nametag for the first tag on your students' necklaces.

Brag tags were a huge game changer for me last year when I implemented them in my after school religious education classroom.  I went from dumping money into a treasure box to having students with fabulous behavior, just because they wanted to earn a tag for their necklace.  It saved me so much time and money and it was fun!  You can read more about how I used them HERE.  Every student started the year off with one tag on their necklace, a name tag.  I created a boy and girl label and added each student's name.  That way, if anyone every lost their necklace or got it mixed up with someone else, we would know who the necklace belonged to.

I've made my name brag tag a freebie for you.  It includes 7 different girls and 7 different boys.  These are editable so you can type your students' names in using any font and size you want using Adobe.  You can also just print them out and write on the white rectangle if you prefer.  My brag tags are about 1 1/2" x 2."

To grab your free editable name brag tags, click below, enter your information and they will be emailed to you automatically.

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13 comments

  1. My kiddos love getting brag tags and I can't wait to use these this school year. Great colors and love the melon heads! Thanks for sharing!

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    1. You're welcome! I'm glad you can use them!

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  2. LOVE LOVE LOVE these!! Thank you for offering several boy and girl options. The kids will love choosing the girl/boy they want to represent them.

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  3. Thank you so much for sharing. These are adorable!

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  4. These are fabulous! Love the darker skin tones too, since I have an ELL class with all Latinos! Perfect!

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  5. Thank you SO much! These are adorable.....and I love the way you diversified them!

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  6. Love these! Thank you so much for the freebie and the variety :) Quick Question: What font did you use for the names?

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    1. For the ones in the picture I used KG Corner of the Sky but with the editable version, you can use any font on your computer.

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  7. I bought the bundle which has the editable names and also downloaded the free ones. I have little blonde girls in my class and there are no matching tags with little blonde kids. I thought I would just change the color of the hair in PS but it requires a password - where would I find the password?

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