Type the names of your kids' toys on these editable tags, then have the kids draw pictures of the toys on their respective tags. Even if they can't read yet, they'll still know where to stow their toys.
Have the kids draw the items on each tag. For example, if you type "dolls" on the tag, they can draw a picture of a doll. This is a great way to encourage little ones who don't read yet to put items back where they belong by just looking at the pictures.
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