Positive messages congratulate students for all they've accomplished during the first half of the school year. Festive design on the outside celebrates their gains; inside reminds them why they should be proud, declaring: By the 100th day of school... I know more, I can do more! Quality highly durable paper is stretch and tear-resistant. Adhesive closure; adjustable for all wrist sizes.
Students will learn the life story of President Barack Obama, as well as gain an understanding of how a person is elected president. The text traces Obama's life from birth to his re-election, plus explains the presidential election process by tracking Obama's campaign from the primaries to Election Day. Includes Fun Facts About Barack Obama. For grades 3-6.
Charming creatures help introduce youngsters to basic care concepts including "Earth care is 'beary' important" (bear), "Litter bugs me" (ladybug), "Remember to recycle" (elephant), "You 'otter' save water" (otter) and much more. 16-pages. Grades K-3.
8 1/2"x 11 1/2" pad features 56 full-color sheets, printed front and back, with simple illustrations and educational activities that teach children the difference between safe and unsafe touching. Includes space to write in the names of trusted adults to report unsafe touching to. Tear off one sheet for each child. Grades: K-3
Make sure young students get on the correct bus. Wristbands help drivers and teachers identify young students traveling to and from school, especially during the first few weeks. Just fill in Bus #, Name, Grade, and Teacher. Pack of 100 includes 25 each of neon lime, yellow glow, light blue, and neon orange bands.
Parent and children can work together to master school bus safety with this informative and fun book. It includes 12 pages for kids with easy-to-understand text, cool characters and fun activities that make learning about school bus safety interesting and exciting. The book also features four pages especially for parents and guardians to help them instruct children about safety on the bus. (Grades: K-3)
Encourages youngsters to do all they can to make school bus rides safe. Topics include: * Stay safe on your way to the school bus stop * Cross streets safely * Stay safe on the bus * Winter bus safety rules, and more. Fun activities reinforce the lessons. At the end of the book, kids sign a pledge to follow the rules so they can be School Bus Safety Super Stars. For grades K-3.
The "School Bus Bunch" a group of safety-smart students that teach young readers how to be safe bus riders and deals with school bus bullies. Tips include: Walk to the bus stop with a parent or friend * Board the bus in a single line * And more. Fun activities reinforce the lessons. Size: 8 1/2" x 11", 16 pages; For grades K-3.
Bend our liquid filled Glow Bracelet and it brightly glows for 6-10 hours. Helps keep kids visible on Halloween night. Fits all wrists. For ages 6 and up.
Help preschoolers get off to a great start as bus riders. Twelve pages of clear text that adults can read to them, plus simple activities and charming illustrations, provide the safety lessons they need. Four pages for parents and guardians help them present bus safety tips to keep preschoolers safe. For preschool.
Prepares children for the start of their school career and what to expect in the classroom. Just for Parents section includes info on preparing for the first day and ensuring school success.
Promote Red Ribbon Week with this reinforcing message. * Friendly lion cubs, tigers, raccoons and other creatures deliver messages about the dangers of drugs, how to say no, good character, helpful friendships, healthy activities and more * Fun, creative activities reinforce the lessons about the "paws"-itive benefits of living a drug free life * Size:8 1/2" x 11", 16 pages * For grades K-3.
Half the book (8 pages) discusses bullying and what kids can do to put an end to it. Defines different types of bullying, including cyberbullying. Second half of the book (8 pages) teaches kids about the dangers of drugs and how to band with friends and grownups to stay drug free. Fun activities throughout. Size: 8 1/2" x 11", 16 pages; For grades 4-6.
Each letter of the alphabet is used to present a message that urges children to avoid tobacco, alcohol and other drugs, including A is for aiming high, L is for Learning to say "No," S is for Standing up for what's right, and more. Children learn about the dangers of drugs and are encouraged to make positive, healthy choices that will lead to a successful, drug-free life. For grades 1-3.
Teaches children wise decision making skills. Fun and thoughtful activities walk kids through a 6-step process to making smart choices. Children learn how to apply this process to all aspects of their lives, including drug use, bullying, health, safety, character, and money management. (Grades: 4-6)
Teaches children that staying away from alcohol, tobacco and other drugs shows good character. Explains the dangers of drugs and how avoiding them shows caring, courage, respect, responsibility and trustworthiness. For grades 1-3.
Half of the book (8 pages) teaches kids about the dangers of drugs and how to band together with friends and grownups to stay drug free. Second half of the book (8 pages) discusses bullying and what kids can do to put an end to it. Defines different types of bullying, including cyberbullying. Fun activities throughout. For grades 1-3.
Cool design features a powerful slogan on front and back. Highly durable paper is stretch and tear-resistant. Adhesive closure; adjustable for all wrist sizes.
Familiarizes children with the origins and meaning of Black History Month and with key events and figures in African-American history. Includes accounts of Carter G. Woodson, Harriet Tubman, Rosa Parks and Dr. Martin Luther King Jr., Barack Obama and more history makers. 16 pages. For grades K-3.
Goes beyond the usual heroes of black history to introduce 14 new names and their inspiring life stories to students. Included are biographies of teenage Freedom Rider Charles Person, Civil War spy Mary Elizabeth Bowser, heart surgery pioneer Vivien Thomas, civil rights activist Dorothy Height, mob-busting lawyer Eunice Hunton Carter, millionaire entrepreneur Chris Gardner and more. For grades 3-6.