With the new school term underway, iron-on labels in your child’s clothes are the best way to avoid situations where your child loses their belongings, accidentally brings home or touches someone else’s stuff. But this year is different. Now more than ever, iron-on labels are one of the best pandemic-precautionary measures against other people accidentally handling your child’s items, especially since school uniforms are designed to all look alike.
Iron-on labels do exactly as the name implies - you simply place your child’s name label into the position you want, then run the iron directly over it. However, not all iron-on tables are made to the same quality and it is important to use iron tables that are built to last and do their job properly.
Get your child to customise their own name label!
You can have fun with your child personalising the labels together from the My Nametags website, where you’ll find thousands of design combinations to suit your child’s tastes for favourite colours, animals, icons, hobbies, etc.
What most mums like to do is to ask their child to choose the colours they’d like for their name tags, as a nice way of getting them engaged with the idea of looking after their property and understanding that it is theirs alone to use. Getting your child into the mindset of only touching and using their own things is so important in this climate of virus spread awareness.
Available in A-Z alphabet and Arabic typography
Already popular in Saudi Arabia and Bahrain, the sustainably produced children’s name labels and stickers from My Nametags are available in Arabic typography, as well as in the A-Z alphabetical format of other languages.
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