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Hygloss Behavior Stickers, 1/2", Assorted Colors, 320 ct. (HYG41825)

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Item #: 901-JV61846
  Model #: HYG41825
Brand: Hygloss
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Hygloss Behavior Stickers, 1/2, Assorted Colors, 320 ct. (HYG41825)
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Hygloss™ Behavior sticker can help teachers track and monitor their students classroom behavior in a friendly, non-threatening manner. Behavior Stickers were designed to help teachers with classroom behavior management by giving their students an opportunity to monitor their own classroom behavior. Behavior stickers contain a Green Happy Face sticker, a Yellow Caution Face sticker and a Red Sad Face sticker, that can help kids learn to identify their classroom behavior and then make the necessary improvements with the proper motivation and incentives. Stickers measure 1/2". Each sheet includes 40 Green Stickers, 20 Yellow Stickers, 20 Red Stickers. Each pack includes 4 sheets for a total of 320 stickers.
  • Stickers are designed to help teachers with classroom behavior management by giving their students an opportunity to monitor their own classroom behavior
  • Contains a happy face sticker, a caution face sticker and a sad face sticker, that can help kids learn to identify their classroom behavior
  • Theme/design: Motivational/smiley faces
  • Size: 1/5" diameter
  • Pack of 320
Specifications
Occasion : Achievement STEM.org Authenticated : No Kids Theme : Inspirational/Achievement School Grade : Multi-Grade
Reward & Incentive Type : Stickers STEM Education : Supports STEM Learning Pack Qty : 320 Pack Size (Each) : 320
Brand : Hygloss Customizable : No
Weight : 0.06 lbs. per Pack

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