Pick A Student Sticks Kit

Item: 157539

$ 12.99
Item #:  157539
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Our Boy- And Girl-Shaped Sticks Help Manage Classroom Groups And Tasks


By marking with student names and color-coding according to ability levels, you can use these sticks to sort your students into same level groups or into groups with diverse abilities. Or pick a student stick randomly from the plastic container to distribute privileges fairly.

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Details:
  • 32 pieces, 16 each girls and boys, 5" tall each
  • Plastic container to hold all the pieces
  • Really Good Stuff Activity Guide
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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

4.5 Star
4.5 (based on 6 reviews)

Pros

Easy To Use (4)
Customizable (4)
Unique (3)

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Reviewed by 6 Customers
5 Stars

Great for "Mystery Walkers"

Love using these to call on students randomly for classroom participation, for hallway "Mystery Walkers," and also for lunch count. Many uses, and plentiful options!
7/18/2014
By from , CT
5 Stars

AOK

I will use these in a number of ways!
6/6/2012
By LDH from , LI
About Me: Teacher
5 Stars

Management and Fairness in 1!

These are wonderful. I really enjoy letting the children decorate them and move them for completion of work. The students also feel there is fairness in the room when I use sticks to call on students. So they are classroom management and fairness sticks in one. Last through out the year. Add a magnet and off you go.
9/25/2011
By Carol from Colton, NY
About Me: Teacher
5 Stars

Class helpers

This is an easy way to call on students randomly for class participations. I even have the students decorate their own sticks as a fun way to use them.
7/10/2011
By new 3rd teacher from Casa Grande, AZ
About Me: Teacher
4 Stars

Great for center management

I bought these for my pre-K class to use when choosing a free-play center. They help me and the kids keep track of which centers are full and which are still open. I've used cardboard sticks and popsicle sticks in the past, but the cardboard sticks were too flimsy and the kids thought the popsicle sticks were boring. I love the sturdiness of the wooden sticks and the kids love that they look like boys and girls, so everybody's happy! They're also great for calling on students randomly and making sure everyone gets a turn. Some look a little rough around the edges so I'm watching out for splinters, but we've been using them for a month and haven't had any yet.
4/14/2011
By StephMc from Dallas, TX
About Me: Teacher
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