Organize Your Students By Keeping Their Basic Tools At Their Fingertips
These space-saving, sturdy plastic Prop And Parks are a convenient place for students to park their pencil, eraser, marker, and ruler. Each one also has a slot to hold a plastic or cardstock Helper or a custommade study card so that students can refer to it easily. Includes an adhesive strip to secure the trays to students' desks.
6 Prop and Parks Size: 12"W by 1½"D by 1"H each
1 strip of double-sided foam adhesive tape Size: 12" long
I use these in Kindergarten. They hold the child's name plate and keep their pencils and erasers organized and to themselves. It's really nice to keep the same pencil that gets chewed on with the student that chewed it.
I also don't have these attached to the tables with the adhesive strips. I t's quick and easy to move the trays off the tables when an activity requires more space. The only improvement on these would be to use velcro strips instead of the sticky adhesive.
By Likes the Tables NEAT from , IN
How did I ever teach before these??
I love these!! They are amazing. I hate name tags, hate them!!! And I teach kindergarten! We need name tags!
I also hate pencils!! I hate picking them up off the floor! But not this year. Now I love both! The kids love these because it defines their little personal table space, and it keeps their area neat. I love them because kids aren't peeling off the step from their name tags and pencils never roll onto the floor!! Such an incredible invention. So worth the price!! Plus, they are crazy durable- wash and use them year after year!! Such a great investment. No idea how I taught before I had these...wow!!
By K/1 teacher from , WA
Great product! Finally my students can open their desks without having everything roll to the floor!
By from , CA
Desk Prop and Parks
I just order these for the first time. I am really looking forward to the versatility of this product and freeing up desk space for my students. I would love if Really Good Stuff would offer them in different colors.
By 2nd Grade teacher from , VA
We use velcro to attach to the desk. This will be our third year with them and we have only lost a couple, with 1st grade classes of 37 students. As a result we consider them pretty tough. We use them as shown with the stiff plastic alphabet strips with student names written on the back. Don't know how we lived before we purchased them.