Zaner-Bloser 100 Grid Non-Adhesive Plastic Desktop Helpers™ - Set Of 30

Item: 161005

$ 23.70
Item #:  161005
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Combine Practical Information With A Desktop Nameplate

These non-adhesive plastic Helpers feature the Zaner-Bloser alphabet, a 100 grid, numbers from 1 to 20, left and right hand prints, labeled shapes and colors, and plenty of space for students to print their name. These nonadhesive Helpers position on desks with tape, sleeves, or Prop and Parks™, and hold up to everyday use.

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  • 30 non-adhesive plastic Helpers
    Size: 18" by 5" each

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4 Stars


I love these name tags- have used them for years. These are the only name tags RGS has that are plastic and non adhesive for primary grades. Wish they had a grid to 120, but other than that- they are fabulous. They last all year- my students sit at tables, rather than desks, so we just roll masking tape on the back, then we are able to move them when students change seats.
By First Graders Rock from , WA
5 Stars

Love these desktops!

Using these for the 3rd year and love them! I use clear packing tape to attach to desks and replace the tape mid-year. We all know how dirty desktops get after awhile, but the tape is easily removed and replaced without any tearing. I also keep a few handy to place on group tables or floor so kids can use as reference when not at their desks.
By First Grade Teacher from , IN