D'Nealian 100 Grid With Number Line Self-Adhesive Vinyl Desktop Helpers™ - Set Of 30

Item: 159163

$ 29.70
Item #:  159163
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Give Give Students The Essential Information They Need Right At Their Fingertips

The number line is at the top of these self-adhesive vinyl Helpers and the D'Nealian alphabet is at the bottom, closer to students' work. Each colorful Helper also features a 100 grid, right and left hand-prints, colors, shapes, and space to write a student's name. 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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Reviewed by 3 Customers
2 Stars


I had purchased another design a few years ago and loved them. The new design was not the same quality. There is an overlay film that peeled off. The nameplates were very difficult to pull off the desks. I had to scrape them off and it was very time consuming. Overall, I was very disappointed with this product.
By Southerngirl from , GA
1 Star

Don't Buy These

I have used this product for years for my first grade class. They are no longer good quality, and the top layer of vinyl started rubbing off of these the second day of school just from normal wear and tear of student books being moved across the desk. Many of them are a mess after the first week. These used to last for MONTHS...some lasted the entire year. Unless they return to their former quality, these are not worth the price. I'm very disappointed.
By Renee from , NC
4 Stars


I would put a clear contact paper over these. If the contact paper rolled back the tag stayed looking nice and clean. Easy to take off not gunk left.
By Pfef from , TE
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