I used this for the 2015-2016 school year. I am satisfied with the product. They are durable and are hard for the students to remove. At the end of the year, I removed them and left no residue behind. My students loved them! The colors and 120 number chart were visible for my 1st graders. They never complained. I highly recommend this product
By Love First Grade from , NC
Did not hold up
Have bought other plastic desktop helpers from you over the years and was always pleased. Bought these for the 120 chart. Everything is too small, plus the print came off after a month or too. Did not stand up to little Firsties erasing or using wet wipes! Will not purchase these again.
By from , NJ
I used these this past year with my first graders. I love the 120 chart. I taught my firsties to use their pencil top when counting on the number grid and it worked just fine. They did the same with the number line and all went well. I use the park and props, so didn't really need the adhesive back, but love the durable plastic design!
By Pburke loves 1st from , MO
I love how strong the adhesive is on the deluxe name plates. I love the design.
However the size and scale of items on the bus are not first grade appropriate.
The space is too small for writing the students name for them to copy. The number line is too small for the children to follow. The alphabet letter line is too small for the students to view the proper form of each letter. So glad to see the 120 number chart meeting Common core but is too small as well. First graders need a great model for handwriting. It must be easy on the eyes to find letters or numbers-they are just beginning to track information. I know you can do better. In pass years the information on the name plate was larger and much easier to read for my students.
By teaching 1st grade over 25years-understand proprer size for firs from , RI
I was so excited to finally see a number chart up to 120 that I bought these and am looking forward to using them in the coming school year with my first graders. I saw the "bad" review written by another teacher, but I don't really see a problem with it. I guess we'll see. I know from past experience that the adhesive on these type desktop helpers is really strong and difficult for little fingers to pry off the desks. I think they're not only durable but pretty cute!