We are headed toward the Christmas season, and if you have a kiddo that means a lot of new goodies to lay around on their bedroom floor. Not this year! We have been making over our daughter’s room (I’ll share some photos when we are all done, it’s pretty cute), so we have a bunch of new containers for toy storage. To help her out I made these printable toy bin labels so she can easily find any toy she’s looking for, plus these labels make clean up easier.
Supplies needed to make these labels:
- Toy containers
- Free Printable Toy Label Frames (I made a few for you to print out for free, or you can make your own) Blank, One, Two, Three, Four, & Five
- Paper to print the labels onto, or printable sticker sheets
- Optional: laminating sheets, yarn, or double sided tape
Click on these links: Blank, One, Two, Three, Four, & Five. Then, right click + save the image to your computer. Note: I provided blank labels so you can make your own labels.
Decide what you want to do with your labels. Will they be stickers? Or, maybe you could print them onto paper and seal them with laminate sheets? You could also just print them onto card stock paper and use some strong double sided tape to keep the label on. Another idea: take some photos of the toys, print them out, and add them to each label (makes it easier for kids that aren’t quite reading yet).
Want some more ideas (or free printables) for toy organization? Check out these toy bin labels from around the web:
- Toy Bin Tags, from Lily Jane.
- Square Toy Bucket Labels, from BHG.
- Chalkboard Pen Tags, from Balancing Home.
- Laminated Toy Labels, from It’s Overflowing.