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Free Editable Computer Login Cards Watercolor Theme

We’ve heard kids say they’ve forgotten their passwords, usernames and sometimes both. In this post, I decided to share some super cute editable computer login cards templates for keeping everything in their notebooks or folders. 

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We've heard kids say they've forgotten their passwords, usernames and sometimes both. In this post, I decided to share some super cute editable computer login cards templates for keeping everything in their notebooks or folders.

Below, I’ll also share some tips on how you can make sure students retain their usernames and passwords. 

Free editable student log in cards

When students have so many programs and accounts to log into, it can be overwhelming for them. 

It’s no wonder they forget them! Another problem is also having them remember where they may have written down their passwords. 

I normally go through these housekeeping details during the back to school season. 

I love the rainbow Boho theme of these log in template cards. 

Just add the names and you’re good to go. 

These editable log-in cards are perfect for helping your students practice responsibility too. 

Have them remember where they glued this card so they’re able to access their favorite websites. 

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Student log in cards template

If you’ve been looking for easy log in cards kids will remember and you’re sick of having to remind them to keep them, these are perfect! 

They are the catch-all for every username and password your students have. 

They can easily be printed and taped in a folder or journal so that you no longer have to hunt down log-in information in the middle of class. 

They’re also wonderful for sending home to parents, especially in a distance learning situation like we had the last few years. 

Check out these FREE editable options on TPT.

Sarah Mansour added these cards, pretty simple and they do the trick.

We've heard kids say they've forgotten their passwords, usernames and sometimes both. In this post, I decided to share some super cute editable computer login cards templates for keeping everything in their notebooks or folders.

Another super cute template from Simply Smarter. This one is individual and would suit younger kids in pre-k – kinder.

We've heard kids say they've forgotten their passwords, usernames and sometimes both. In this post, I decided to share some super cute editable computer login cards templates for keeping everything in their notebooks or folders.

How to use these computer login cards

Once you’ve printed them you can use them by laminating the cards for durability and have the kids write their log in details on the cards and then gluing them onto their notebooks. 

Or you could type in the log in info on the editable PowerPoint, and then have them laminated and glued into their notebooks. 

Whichever way you choose to keep them, they’ll come in handy for parents and the kids. 

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Editable Computer Login Cards Watercolor Theme

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Just type in your text and you’re done.

We've heard kids say they've forgotten their passwords, usernames and sometimes both. In this post, I decided to share some super cute editable computer login cards templates for keeping everything in their notebooks or folders.

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