Labeling kids clothes drawers encourages independence and neatness as kids learn how to take care of their laundry and put away clothes. We’ve got a free printable and editable Kids Clothing Drawer Labels page here as well as options for stickers you can get. Scroll down for Clothing Drawer Label Ideas.
When I made labels for the boys’ clothes dresser drawers it definitely made it easier for everyone to find clothes or (even better) put them away! The labels are in Google Docs in the link below so anyone can use them. For multiple kids who share a dresser you can color one set of clothes on color and the other set another color. Use clear contact paper to laminate if you want them to last longer.
Click to download the Free Printable Drawer Labels for Clothes:
To make your own editable copy of the clothing labels – click [File] on the left hand side of the screen and select [Make a copy]. You’ll then be able to edit the document, add names if you like and so on. (Even more clothing pictures can be found on my Printable Kids Packing List).
More Options for Labeling Clothing Drawers:
If you’re looking for an option already done for you, you may find these clothes drawer labels on Amazon helpful. Links are affiliate links meaning if you purchase through them a percentage of the sale supports Bounceback Parenting at no extra cost to yourself.
Visual Clothes Drawer Labels for Kids:
These Labels by StikEez come in 11 different colors and include clothing labels for socks, pants, shirts and underpants. They are vinyl and described as “removable, but not reusable”.
This set of Clothes Decals includes one more picture than the StikEez set above with the ‘Winter’ clothing label. They also come in a variety of colors, so you can choose the label color that matches your clothes dresser best.
This label set from A.B. Crew comes with labels for girls clothing drawers. (It also includes kitchen labels with a “locked bowl” label…? A bit odd, but we can leave those alone…) The clothing pictures are cute and, with my daughter, the accessories label would be very helpful.
And I did find one more set that made me laugh – it includes the misspelled “umbrrella” label and the always helpful “ACC” labels. It DOES include a few more pictures of clothes than some other sets.
Find more ways to simplify routines here:
- Making a Kids Cleaning Routine
- Screen Time for Kids – rules that work in many different families
- Cleaning a shared room – helping kids fight less and still get their room clean