At “stretch-your-budget” friendly prices, Positive Promotions end of year sale of educational tools, gifts, giveaways, and incentives for students, teachers, and staff will help enhance next year’s school events on this year’s budget.
Use our sturdy plastic book bags to package all the giveaways you hand out during tours and events at your library.
Give children valuable lessons in African-American history and culture every time they read. Bookmarks highlight outstanding leaders, decisive events and major contributions to the nation. Each one embodies the rich heritage celebrated during Black History Month.
Familiarize library patrons with the many resources that your library has to offer and how to find them, plus motivate them to make reading a life long habit. Present this bookmark to those who check out books and participate in library reading programs and family events.
Bookmark reminds community members that the library is the place to connect to the wider world and pursue one's dreams and interests. Make bookmarks available during National Library Week and all year. 25 bookmarks per pack.
Communicate positive Black History Month lessons with this vibrant bookmark. Features inspiring quotations by seven African American leaders on imagination, initiative and goals.
Front vividly portrays Martin Luther King Jr. at the March on Washington, 1963. Back contains two quotations from his stirring "I Have A Dream" speech in which Dr. King spoke of national ideals, equality and his hopes for the future generation.
Teaches children about civil rights and their history in the United States, with special emphasis on the Civil Rights Movement. Students learn about key events, laws and people that have played a role in bringing fairness and justice to all Americans. 16 pages. For grades 4-6.
Book uses a fun approach to teach children about key people in African American history. Young readers are provided clues or a story about 15 leading African Americans of the past and present. They guess who is being described. This format allows students to check their knowledge and learn about inspiring people. 16 pages. For Grades 3-6.
Bookmarks provides a mini lesson in the tremendous contributions of African American inventors. From Electric lights-Lewis Latimer to Blood Bank- Dr Charles Drew and more, students will realize how these innovators have made a direct impact on their lives.
Remote-control shaped bookmark is a fun way to encourage kids to turn off the TV and pick up a book in their free time! Back lists 7 Ways Reading Is Better Than TV, including: * Reading exercises your mind and your imagination * You can take a book wherever you go * And more.
Colorful design features our theme outside and three positive test-taking messages inside. Rub for stimulating peppermint scent. Highly durable paper is stretch and tear-resistant. Adhesive closure. Adjustable for all wrist sizes.
Sheet includes six assorted stickers featuring refreshing messages about test taking. Back of sheet lists 5 Tips For Test-Taking Success. Rub stickers for stimulating peppermint scent.
Bookmark lists ways on back to Do Your Best To Rock The Test!, including: * Get a good night's sleep so you're well rested on test day * Eat a healthy breakfast the morning of the test to make sure you have plenty of energy * Read test directions carefully * And four more.
Stress-reducing prep pack includes a trio of gifts: * Dream It Believe It Achieve It On The Test Bookmark * Dream It Believe It Achieve It On The Test Pencil * 2 Smarties ® candy rolls.
Bookmarks highlight outstanding leaders, events and contributions to the nation. Each one embodies the rich heritage celebrated during Black History Month. Hand them out in classes and the library.
Great combo reward for students who are getting a grip on their test-taking skills. Rock The Test! Heat-Sensitive Pencil comes with Gripper to increase writing comfort, especially during long tests.
Lists important black leaders on back with a message about the value of learning one's history and culture.
Inspire students each time they read with accounts of accomplished African Americans of STEM. Includes innovative work of Neil deGrasse Tyson, Donna Auguste, Gen. Hugh G. Robinson and Kate Okikiolu.
Bookmark highlights outstanding leaders, events and contributions to the nation. Embodies the rich heritage celebrated during Black History Month. Hand them out in classes and the library.