Brag Tag Supply Links

Everything you need to get set up with brag tags can be found in this post.  This post hosts all the links to everything that teachers may need to get brag tags up and running in the classroom.

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Brag Tag letter

Free Brag Tag Letter

Brag Tag Drawers


Akro-Mils 10164 64 Drawer Plastic Parts Storage Hardware and Craft Cabinet, 20-Inch by 16-Inch by 6-1/2-Inch, Black

Brag Tag Chains

Brag Tag Necklace Ball Chains

Brag Tag Pocket Chart


Carson-Dellosa Publishing CD-5604 Hundreds Pocket Chart with 100 Number Cards

Brag Tag Lanyards

Premium Bright Color Neon Lanyards with Breakaway (Pack of Six) by Specialist ID (Assorted Colors)

Brag Tag Jewelry Hanger


Hippih 32 Pockets 18 Hook and Loops Jewelry Scroll Closet Hanging Non-Woven Organizer Holder,Black

Brag Tag Rings


Charles Leonard Loose Leaf Rings, 3 Inch Diameter, Silver, 10/Box (R79)

Brag Tag Pockets


Hygloss Library Card Pockets, 3.5 x 4.875-Inch, 30 Pockets, 10 Assorted Colors

Brag Tag Sticker Paper


Avery Sticker Project Paper, White, 8.5 x 11 Inches, Pack of 15 (03383)

Editable Name Tags

Editable Name Tags

Brag Tag Books

Editable Brag Tag Books

How to Get Started on Brag Tags

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How to Create a Bucket Filler Classroom

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13 Surefire Ways to Help Remember to Hand Out Brag Tags

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How to Quickly & Easily Create Brag Tags

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Free Brag Tags

Click here for FREE Brag Tags

Brag Tag Bundles

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5 Comments

  1. Rita

    Thank you for all the helpful information! My fellow teammates and I are excited to implement “brag tags” in our classrooms this year!!

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  2. Lynn Thornton

    I am new to fourth grade, coming from 1st and I was approached with the idea of using “brag tags” for our behavior management. I have always used the clip system but that seemed to “childish” for 4th graders. I kept saying to the other new 4th grade teacher that we should try and find something that wasn’t so time-consuming and expensive. After watching your video, I am going full steam ahead with your brag tags. Your video explained everything in such plain and simple terms that how could I not use brag tags in my classroom. There is no comparison between the cost of brag tags and the treasure box. The initial expense is the necklace and printing the tags, but once that is done, the rest is distribution of tags. No more worry about getting things for the treasure box that the kids won’t like. Thank you for changing my mind. I’ll let you know what my kiddos think.

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  3. Shauntel Mark

    Which set of brag tags do you recommend starting with? I can’t decide.

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    • Angie Olson

      I suggest starting with Brag Tag Bundle number 1.
      Thanks for stopping by!

      Reply
  4. Cathy Hoffart

    I use Brag Tags with my firsties BUT they are a HIGE hit with the college class that I teach! It’s cute to see these almost teachers ooo & ahhhh over a little piece of laminated paper! 😊

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