Store More® Early Childhood Green Chair Pocket™

Item: 158720V

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Item: 158720

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These new, early-childhood-sized chair pockets are made with a strong, woven fabric and include the same great features as our regular Chair Pockets. Each one includes a sturdy, nylon-like loop for classroom hooks, a roomy storage pocket, two metal rivets, a removable pencil case, and clear plastic tabs to hold the replaceable name tag. Set of 6.

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Details:
  • Set of 6 chair pockets
    Size: 14" by 11⅜" each; inside width, 12¼"
    Pocket, 6½" deep

  • 6 pencil cases
    Size: 9" by 3" each

  • 6 name tags
    Size: 9¾" by 3½" each

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5 Stars

Kindergarten teacher

Love these chair pockets! Sturdy enough to hold journals, daily work folders, crayons and pencils. Everything is out of sight yet within easy reach. Chair pockets are great for reinforcing responsibility and organizational skills.
11/26/2014
By from , IN
5 Stars

Love these!!!

For years I struggled with making my own chair pockets and never got more than two years out of a set. Finally, after one of my colleagues told me her pockets from Really Good Stuff were in their 6th year, I decided to take the plunge. They are soooo much nicer than my homemade ones, the zippered pocket is a perfect solution for those pesky word sort baggies, and the attached name tag help make sure children don't end up with the wrong folders, etc. I allow my children to keep their school folders and NOTHING else in their chair pocket. They are just wide enough for folders to be horizontal so that they are snug and not falling on the floor Great product
9/29/2014
By Kindergarten Teacher from , PA
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