Zaner-Bloser Print Self-Adhesive Vinyl Desktop Helpers™- Set Of 30

Item: 117687

$ 23.70
Item #:  117687
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Student Desktop Helper With Early Learning Reference Material Fits Smaller Desks

These self-adhesive vinyl Helpers feature upper and lowercase Zaner-Bloser letters, numbers 1 to 20, left and right handprints, colors, a number line, and space to print 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: 12" by 4" each

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4.5 Star
4.5 (based on 12 reviews)


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Reviewed by 12 Customers
5 Stars

Works great!

Kindergarten love the bright colors. Stay stuck to desk.
By from ,
2 Stars

I thought it was very cheap. My kindergarten students in the first few days have peeled the plastic from the vinyl. Now I have to order more durable ones. I was very disappointed. If you want ones to last through out the year or at least half the year, don't buy these.
By from , NY
5 Stars

perfect for 3rd grade

I've used these before and they really are all that is promised. They come off easily at the end of the year, and I offer rewards for students who take care of them and don't "pick" at them during class. They take care of them, and they look good from September until May
By work's never done from , SD
4 Stars

reusable, helpful for the students
By from , ON
5 Stars

best deskplate yet

These deskplates are the best I've used in my 30plus years teaching in early childhood classrooms. I used them last year in my First Grade classroom. They were still mostly intact by the end of the year. The numberline and alphabet, as well as the color words, were very helpful to my students . Sure, some children picked at them, but that told me they needed something to do with their hands, so I provided more appropriate tools for that. ( small squishy balls work well) The only negative is that when my students cleaned their desks with disinfectant wipes the names written in permanent marker would fade over time. Simply rewriting the names was all it took to correct that.
By Smiles from Pawtucket, RI
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