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Editable Dinosaur Themed Stickers

Dinosaur Stickers

About This Primary Resource

A set of editable dinosaur themed stickers, ideal to use as rewards for children who achieve certain goals. The download is an editable pdf and the labels have been designed to fit Avery Inkjet J8160 Addressing Labels. However, you could simply print on paper or card and use double sided sellotape.

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  1. seghir

    Merci

  2. seghir

    Merci bien

  3. Kara Stone

    Thank you

  4. Karley Radder

    Can’t wait to use these! I plan to use them to label my son’s room!

  5. samantha Nelson

    I am trying to plan a party for my first grandchild so I am working on getting ideas

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