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Pencil Accessories

Improve Grip and Manage Writing SuppliesPrepare for everyday mishaps by stocking your classroom or office with pencil accessories for sharpening and storing writing tools. Use grips to make long writing tasks feel less taxing on the hands. With a backup pencil supply, you can keep students on track when they misplace writing tools.

Store and Organize Pencils
Round up your loose writing tools, and store them in protective pencil cases to prevent them from getting lost during busy work or school days. Lightweight pouch-style holders are made from durable cloth materials, making it easy for kids to transport all their pens and pencils from class to class. Use sturdy pencil boxes to protect writing instruments from breakage and store enough pencils to supply your entire class.

Work Comfortably
Stock up on classic pencil grips to help young students learn to hold their writing instruments correctly. Choose grips made from soft materials to cushion the fingers and relieve strain when kids are writing for long hours. Whether your students are right- or left-handed, ergonomic pencil accessories show them how to position their fingers comfortably for more fluid writing.

Keep Pencils Sharp
Mini sharpeners let kids take care of pencil maintenance without leaving their seats or interrupting class time. Sharpeners with an attached canister help students keep their work area clean by capturing loose pencil shavings. Upgrade to two-hole sharpeners for universal compatibility with standard No. 2 pencils and larger sizes.

Accommodate Every Occasion
Buy a variety of themed pencil accessories to observe holidays or recognize student achievements. Fun motivational pencils feature child-friendly pictures and encouraging messages to praise students for good deeds or great academic performance. Provide jumbo pencils with erasers to let young children correct their mistakes when learning to write for the first time.

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