Start the reading countdown! Incredibly innovative bookmark for the digital age allows kids to set a timer for a specific amount of reading; a soft beeper alerts the reader when the time is up. The words in windows are removable and can be replaced with photos behind the pop-out plastic windows. Timer sets up to 99 minutes, 99 seconds. Comes gift boxed. Battery included.
Remind kids that no matter what the month, reading is always in season! * 15-month calendar features monthly reading logs and calendar page themes * Unique "perpetual" calendar format lets you begin any time during the current or following school year. You fill in the dates! * Features tips on How To Become A Better Reader and 15 Ways To Raise A Reader, plus engaging activities * Hand it out when children return to school and at PTA/PTO meetings, parent-teacher conferences and family nights * Great way to boost parental involvement and help parents track reading progress.
Handy, handsome 13-month planner gives teachers and staff at-a-glance information and inspiration from July 2013 to July 2014. Each monthly spread features colorful designs and a quote about the importance of education. FREE Reminder Stickers offer recipients a convenient way to flag dates to remember. There's room for personal information, advance planning, addresses and phone and fax numbers.
The front of the bookmark features citizens enthusiastically exercising their right to vote. Back lists 7 ways to make a difference in every election. An easy way to provide essential information.
Verse on both sides of bookmark sensitively explains to children that their body belongs only to them. Helps them to distinguish between affection from friends and touches that make them uncomfortable. Also advises them what to do in case of bad touches.
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Opens eyes to the poisonous ingredients in tobacco and smoke, and what smoking does to the inside of a person's body * Front lists ingredients including arsenic (rat poison), benzene (paint), carbon monoxide (car exhaust) and five more * Back illustrates a person's body and lists 8 dangers of smoking, including emphysema and lung cancer, yellow teeth, weak bones, and more. Personalization not available in quantities 25-299
The Best Protection Is Early Detection outlines recommended tests including breast cancer screenings by age , Pap test, pelvic exam, bone density test, cholesterol, and more on back. (Spanish)
Principals can motivate students to achieve academic success and encourage reading excitement by handing out this bookmark. Principal's Award features 30 Cheers meant to inspire. Gold foil-stamped on each side.
Encourage students to view reading as one of their most favorite activities. Back of this interactive animal themed bookmark features 7 Ways To Go Wild About Reading, including Go bananas for reading-read every day (illustrated by monkey), Having a grrrreat time by reading out loud with someone else (illustrated by tiger), and more.
Here's a great bookmark for anyone busy studying. When it's time for a break, one side offers 50 healthy snack ideas and the other gives a variety of fitness breaks. Snacks includes: * Carrot and celery sticks * Dried fruit * Almonds * Granola bar * And many more. Active breaks include: * Do jumping jacks * Take big stretches * Go for a short walk...48 in all. Personalization not available in quantities 25-299
Encourages kids to choose snacks that are low in fat and sugar. Columns list healthy substitutes for rich foods. Instead of ice cream, students are encouraged to eat low-fat plain yogurt with fresh fruit and to choose graham crackers over chocolate chip cookies. Fourteen alternative examples in all. Personalization not available in quantities 25-299
Remind youngsters to pick foods that are high in fiber and lower in sugar and fat. Gives them healthier options for breakfast and lunch. For example, the bookmark recommends choosing fresh fruit instead of fruit drink and grilled chicken instead of fried chicken. Personalization not available in quantities 25-299
Presents 10 ways kids can help out the family and cope when a parent is deployed: * Stay in touch * Send letters and E-mails * phone calls * hang up photos of your parent * Keep busy! You will have more to write about * And 7 more.
The return of a military parent is a happy event, yet it also requires an adjustment from everyone. Back advises kids on planning a " Welcome Home" event, getting used to each other again and 4 more tips.
Bookmark tells military kids to be proud that their parents protect America's freedoms. lists 6 ways they can help their parents: * listen to and obey them * Do your chores and homework on time * Do your best in school * And 3 more.
Bookmark reminds kids to get plenty of rest and encourages them to relax when it's time to take the PSSA. Back features tips including: * Bring all the supplies you need * Arrive at school on time * Tell yourself, "I can do it" * And five more.
Remind military kids how exciting a move can be. Back provides them with 6 Tips For A Successful Move, including: * Research where you are moving to * Find out what you can about your new school and activities you will enjoy * Be open to making new friends. Remember to smile. * And 3 more.
Acknowledging that military teens face special challenges, the back of the bookmark lists ways to control rising anger immediately and to stay on top of stress throughout the day. Also encourages teens to seek help from others, including parents, friends, teachers and school counselors.
Provides a primer about the U.S. Senate and House of Representatives. Describes the membership and duties of both, plus how and when their members are elected.
Promote Red Ribbon Week with this reinforcing message. Front lists the attributes of Character and back relates the ways in which 1 Show Good Character by Being Drug Free! * A good citizen and saying NO to illegal drugs * trustworthy so that others can count on me to stay drug free * And 7 more.