Ready-To-Decorate® Student Sticks

Item: 159817

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Item #:  159817
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Custom-Decorate These Sticks For A Variety Of Classroom Uses

These heavy cardboard sticks have a smooth matte finish students can label with their names and color or paint to look just like them

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Age Level:
Age: 4-11 years
  • 32 diecut sticks
    Size: 1 1/4" by 3 3/4" each

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Customer Reviews

Average Rating:

4 Star
4.0 (based on 4 reviews)


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Reviewed by 4 Customers
5 Stars

Convenient and Cute

Great for Center rotations; groups changed often as needs changed so using the student sticks, it was a breeze!
By Sunnydail from , NC
5 Stars

Great Attendance and lunch count option

The choice chart is a convenient way to have the students quietly get attendance completed with their morning set up rather than taking time out of learning. I really like this and will continue to use it. I also like that the student sticks are able to be purchased each year so the students can take them home at the end of the year.
By Mrs.H from , AK
2 Stars

Smaller than I would have liked.

I have not used them yet.
By Bonfer from , MN
4 Stars

Good for the money

I didn't check the measurements of this product, therefore I was a little taken back on how small they really are. I teach 4th grade and we switch classes. We also mix up the homerooms each nine weeks, so attendance is always complicated. We are going to let each student decorate one of these, and they will have to move their person from the "absent" box to the "present" box when they arrive in the morning. This way we can move their sticks each nine weeks to whichever teacher they are starting with. I will also use them to randomly choose groups when we have group work.All in all, I would buy this product again.
By Always Learning from Prosper, TE
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