Carpet Mark-Its™ -6 Colors - Set of 24

Item: 163609

$ 14.99
Item #:  163609
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Solve Floor Spacing Issues With Carpet Spots In 6 Grouping Colors Totaling 24

Students will know exactly where to sit when you use these handy spots. The rough side sticks to most carpets and some area rugs, and they can be vacuumed without damage. A great way to seat students by group color, this set includes four each of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple.

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Grade Level:
Grades: Pre-K-5
  • 24 carpet spots
    Size: 5" by 5" each
    Colors: 4 each of red, orange, yellow, green, blue, and purple

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Average Rating:

5 Star
5.0 (based on 6 reviews)


Versatile (6)
Colorful (5)
Durable (3)
Good Value (3)
Good Organization (3)
Easy To Use (6)


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Reviewed by 6 Customers
5 Stars

Great quality

The spots stay and a vacuum does not rip them up. 4 of each color makes it easy to do cooperative learning.
By from , LA
5 Stars

I use these for morning meeting and grouping throughout the day! Love them! Other teachers see them and really want them for their rooms too. Love that they don't slide around on the carpet.
By from , NH
5 Stars

Carpet Marks-Its

I love these Carpet Mark-Its! I use these during our meeting times throughout the day. I love the variety of colors and the fact that they are not easily pulled up by tiny little hands. I wished I had ordered these last year, would have saved a lot of frustration for this teacher!
By from , GA
5 Stars

great for prek

works great as line spots to help us line up better. doesn't get sucked up in vacuum by the custodians either.
By from , NC
5 Stars

Some many uses and a great value.

These spots hold firmly to the carpet and help students know where to sit or stand. They easily come up to be rearranged in any configuration. They are so much better than a traditional carpet with squares. You can set them up in circles, triangles, ovals, or any way you prefer. It takes some training of the students. I tell them they may rub their hand on the spot, but no picking or pulling. I have them sit with the carpet spot in front of them, rather than on the spot. When we line up, they stand with the spot in front of them facing the door. It is working well in my classroom. I checked with the custodian and he has no trouble vacuuming over them.
By Ms. D in Second Grade from , CA