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Trend® Educational Classroom Posters, No Bully Zone

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Item #: 901-JV53447
  Model #: T-A67109
Brand: Trend Enterprises
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Trend® Educational Classroom Posters, No Bully Zone
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No bully zone poster encourage students to think differently, act in positive ways, and show respect for themselves and others. Trend Enterprises® Argus® "NO BULLY ZONE" Poster measuring 19" x 13 3/8" focuses on social studies. Poster motivates everyone to develop positive character, to think differently, to act in positive ways and to resolve conflicts.
  • Size: 19"(H) x 13 3/8"(W)
  • Subject: Social studies
  • Sticker theme: "No bully zone"
  • Age group and grade: Ages 9 - 100 and grades 4th - 12th
  • Perfect for classrooms, the office and home
  • Quality, heavy-duty construction for years of use
  • Get Kid's talking about life using the power of words
  • Posters encourage students to think differently, act in positive ways, and show respect for themselves and others
  • With hundreds of value priced titles, you can display intriguing new messages often
  • Create an inspiring environment and encourage learning and positive character traits with ARGUS large posters
  • Motivate Kid's of all ages to succeed with positive messages that promote character development, conflict resolution, diversity and achievement
Specifications
Height in Inches : 19 Education Subject Matter : School Grade Kids Theme : Inspirational/Achievement Width in Inches : 13.38
School Grade : Multi-Grade Poster & Chart Type : Posters Pack Qty : 1 Brand : Trend Enterprises
Customizable : No
Weight : 0.10 lbs. per Each

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