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

Item: 160542

$ 29.70
Item #:  160542
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Rev Up Learning With These Dynamic Dashboard Resources

These self-adhesive vinyl Helpers are a high-octane resource students can refer to every day. Each one has space for a student's name, plus a Zaner- Bloser cursive alphabet, a ruler, a multiplication grid, a U.S. map, and a reference for fractions, homophones, time, and place value. Easy to peel and stick, these durable vinyl Helpers stay put all year.

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  • 30 self-adhesive vinyl Helpers
    Size: 18" by 5" each

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4 Stars

A Name Tag Must-Have

I've been using Desktop Helpers from Really Good Stuff for 7 years now. I really wanted to try this new design. It has so many great resources on it. I love how easily these peel away at the end of each year. The only drawback to this particular design is that there is very little space for the student name. If there was a way to make this longer and wider, it would be perfect. I'm afraid that it will be very hard to see given the small space. I know my students will love these and that I'll be happy with them too.
By Mrs. O "Knows" from , VA
5 Stars

Good value

I bought these at the beginning of the school year and today is the end of the second quarter. None of these are peeling off the desks yet! I often put contact paper over my desk tags, but I did not with these, and they look great. I wrote the kids' names on them with a sharpie, and some of them have worn off, but the tags are in great shape, so I just rewrote them. I had to take one off a desk, about a month after school started and it came off easily. I hope it is still that easy at the end of the year. I like the dashboard look as it goes with my travel theme. the kids do use the multiplication grid, and the alphabet for putting words in order. I have third graders, so I have the version with cursive. I would buy these again.
By from , NY