School Tools Paisley Privacy Shields - High Gloss

Item: 162009

$ 41.99
Item #:  162009
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Keep Students Focused With Privacy Shields—Now In A Fun Paisley Design

Remove distractions and keep students' eyes on their own work with these attractive and functional privacy shields. Featuring our exclusive School Tools Paisley pattern, these economical, corrugated-cardboard shields have a high-gloss finish outside and a bright-white interior. Great for everyday classroom use, computer labs, and writer's workshops, they make a fun way to set up "offices" for your students, too.

Ideal for both pencil-and-paper and computer-based testing (including PARCC and other standardized tests), privacy shields are a must-have for any teacher or testing coordinator. These pretty, paisley shields fit large desks, fold up for easy storage, and really stand up to student use. Enjoy them year after year!

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Product Information
Grade Level:
Grades: Pre-K-5
Details:
  • 12 3-panel, corrugated privacy shields
  • Center panel
    Size: 22" by 14"

  • Two side panels
    Size: 16" by 14" each

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5 Stars

Colorful and Sturdy

These work great in my 1st grade classroom where we have tables which seat 4. . Kids have a quiet space now, to work in during Writer's Workshop, when concentration is required. We also use them for spelling tests and end of semester testing. I chose this model because it was white on the inside thus increasing the amount of visual light my students are working in. Students love having their own space.
11/18/2015
By JLG from , MI
2 Stars

Privacy Shield

These offices look beautiful and are an enhancement and joy to look at in any classroom. Yet they are bulky and too big. Students can actually hide behind them from the teacher's view. Some view this as an encouragement to talk or copy off their neighbor. These offices do not work without proper supervision in 6th Grade.
7/30/2015
By from , CA
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