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Fruit and Vegetable labels

About This Primary Resource

A set of 20 fruit and vegetable themed labels with editable text. Ideal to use on drawers, cupboards, boxes etc at home or in your school or early years setting. This resource was designed by freelance graphic designer Peter Simon. For more examples of his wonderful work visit peterfolio.com.

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  1. Helena Pinto

    Thank you for making my job easier and more pleasant!!

  2. Angela

    I really like the fruit and vegetable labels but I need cabbage and beetroot too.

  3. Liz

    Makes activity prep much easier, thank you!

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