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Woodland Friends Growth Chart

SKU: 6992
$2.70 $8.99
Children will love measuring up next to these adorable Woodland Friends on this growth chart. The whimsical chart design features an owl, squirrel, rabbit, skunk, hedgehog, fox, raccoon, deer, and bear stacked up tall on a tree stump. Student pieces are acorns, leaves and toadstools. Chart includes inch and centimeter measurements. Perfect for use in the classroom, at home, and...
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I Lost a Tooth — Classroom Management Chart

SKU: 6429
$1.05 $3.49
This easy-to-use chart makes losing a tooth special for your students! Includes four pages of activity ideas and reproducibles on the back. 17" x 22"
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So Much Pun! Tree-mendous Bulletin Board

SKU: 3106
$12.99
This jumbo So Much Pun! Tree-mendous Bulletin Board is perfect for reinforcing 21st century skills in students!  Use this oversized tree and encouraging message puns to promote positive thinking and build a positive classroom community.  The humorous puns will engage and remind students to be leaders and develop good leadership habits, such as being proactive, planning ahead, setting goals, prioritizing,...
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What Do You Think?

SKU: 8472
$16.99
A Kid's Guide to Dealing with Daily DilemmasThis best-selling character education book has been updated and improved! It is great for helping kids learn how to do the right thing!Over the course of growing up, most children encounter a variety of dilemmas—situations in which they must make decisions.  If children are alone in these situations, they must make decisions and...
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What Would You Do?

SKU: 8471
$16.99
A Kid's Guide to Tricky and Sticky SituationsThis best-selling character education book has been updated and improved! It is great for helping kids learn how to do the right thing!Flat bike tires, forgotten homework, obscene phone calls—more than 70 situations kids could encounter when they are on their own. The prompts in this What Would You Do? book are perfect...
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