D'Nealian Cursive Intermediate Self-Adhesive Vinyl Desktop Helpers™ - Set Of 30

Item: 160037

$ 29.70
Item #:  160037
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Put Curricular Content Where Students Can Access It Easily-On Their Desktops!

These self-adhesive vinyl Helpers feature cursive letters at the bottom (closer to students' work), a number line from 20 to +20 along the top, and math-related information on fractions, decimals, percents, place values, and multiplication. Easy to peel and stick, these durable vinyl Helpers stay put all year.

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  • 30 self-adhesive vinyl Helpers
    Size: 18" by 5" each

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Average Rating:

4 Star
4.0 (based on 6 reviews)


Attractive Design (4)
Easy To Use (3)
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Reviewed by 6 Customers
2 Stars

Not good quality

Poor quality. Difficult to remove from desk.
By teacherth from , CA
5 Stars

Desk Top Helpers

It a great help to my scholars when it comes to learning multiplication and other needed information to learning math.
By Ms. Seward-Smith from , NJ
2 Stars

Good Visual-Poor Quality

I am disappointed with this purchase. I have had other desktop helpers that were much better quality than these. I have even tried to laminate them and they just are not holding up. I would spend the extra money for the more durable ones in the future.
By Mrs. Teacher from , WA
4 Stars

Great resource.

This is a great resource and very durable. But I mainly wanted the multiplication chart on the left-hand side, so I had to order the entire desktop strip and cut off the chart. It was rather expensive that way. I also wish the number line was separate and that it was vertical, rather than horizontal. This way it's better for students to visualize air temperature, sea level, etc. But overall, the vinyl lasts much longer that cardstock or adhesive paper.
By Hey, teacher from , IL
4 Stars

kids love it

If I could get kids to quit picking at the corners, these would be perfect. These are heavy duty, but the thinner ones are easier to tape back down, if the corners peel up. The stiffness of these mean once the corners are up- that's how they stay... catching books, papers, and of course fingers. I recently got new tables in my room, and don't have them.. The kids miss them (5th -6th grade).
By ehawkmath from , IA