Kid's Angel or Pilot's Wings Nametag

Kid's Angel or Pilot's Wings Nametag

Regular price
$4.99
Sale price
$4.99
Regular price
Sold out
Unit price
per 

PLAIN ANGEL WINGS FOR ANY USE
or Vacation Bible Squadron identification: VBS NAME TAGS.

SPECIAL VERSION KID'S FLYING SQUADRON WING NAMETAGS

Cool identity tags can be worn with yarn or pinback.

TWO VERSIONS

Kid's Angel or Pilot's Wings Nametag

 

 

Patterned after Airforce pilots wings, these identification badges are certainly unique. And girs and boys both like the identificatin tags.

Wear them on yarn or glue to pinbacks! Plain ones can be used as Angel wing nametags or whatever you like.


Summer Complete Grades: 2 through 7th grade

Preschool 4-Gr 1 (only if precut by student aid)



Copy of the wings for each student (there are 4 on a page)
Glue
Scissors
Markers
30" Yarn per child and paper punch or pinbacks
Extra cardboard for making double layer
Tape (optional)
Paper punch - if yarn used

Use smooth card stock. (65lb or greater -whatever your printer can handle)

TEACHER PRINT NAME ON TAG SO IT IS READABLE

You can reduce or enlarge the original wings as desired on a copier.

Instructions on the pattern.

PRE-CUT on the dashed lines to separate the 4 nametags.


Medalion or Pin

1.Cut neatly!

2. If you're using yarn, punch the cut out wings on the gray dots.

For either kind of use:

3. Trace the wings on plain cardboard and cut out.

4. Glue the 2 layers together for strength. .

5.If you're using yarn, punch the original holes thru the newly added cardboard.

6. Decorate wings as desired.

7. Print name in oval (teacher do this before giving the wings to the student, depending on the age and ability of the student).

8. If you are making pins, glue on pinback if they are being used.

FITTING:
9. Otherwise tie one end of the wing with yarn. Slip the other end of the yarn through the opposite hole and pull up the end till it sits comfortably on your chest with the top of the wings EVEN WITH YOUR ARMPITS. Tie loosely. Be sure you can get it off over your head. If so tie again both ends. If not, loosen the yarn. Tie again.