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Friday, December 17, 2010

Feel 'n Peel Stickers

Feel 'n Peel Stickers

Multi-use tactile/visual stickers for students and adults. Bright, translucent colors, durable plastic. Examples of use:

  • Point Symbols: graphs, game boards, microwave buttons
  • Reward Statements: grading papers, rewarding behavior
  • Faces: attendance, reading list progress
  • Alphabet: labeling folders, identifying belongings, diagrams.

Suggested uses for the stickers provided on a large print/braille sheet. Recommended ages: 3 years and up. Assorted Stickers Kit (over 2,300 stickers): Catalog Number: 1-08843-00 Point Symbol Stickers(over 1,200 stickers): Catalog Number: 1-08846-00 Smiley/Frowny Face Stickers (over 200 stickers): Catalog Number: 1-08847-00 Reward Statements Stickers (200 stickers): Catalog Number: 1-08848-00 Braille/Print Alphabet Letters Stickers (over 600 stickers): Catalog Number: 1-08849-00 Click this link to purchase Feel 'n Peel Stickers from APH.

New Designs! Feel 'n Peel Stickers II

Feel 'n Peel Stickers II

Bright translucent and transparent colored stickers in a durable plastic can be used for:

  • Point Symbols: graphs, game boards, microwave buttons
  • Reward Statements: grading papers, rewarding behavior
  • Faces: attendance charts, warnings
  • Alphabet: labeling folders, diagrams, identifying belongings
  • Stars: rewarding behavior, grading papers
  • Numbers: marking appliances, adapting keyboards
  • Color Names: labeling crayons/markers, making clothing tags

Print/braille suggestion sheet included. The Assorted Stickers II Kit also includes two white-coated magnetic sheets for adhering stickers to metal surfaces (file cabinets, appliances, cookie sheets, etc.). Assorted Stickers Set II (contains five types of stickers listed below): Catalog Number: 1-08864-00 Numbers: Catalog Number: 1-08865-00 Color Names: Catalog Number: 1-08866-00 Point Symbols II: Catalog Number: 1-08867-00 Stars: Catalog Number: 1-08868-00 Reward Statements II: Catalog Number: 1-08869-00 Click this link to purchase Feel 'n Peel Stickers Set II.

Feel 'n Peel Stickers: Nemeth Braille/Print Numbers 0-100

Feel 'n Peel Stickers: Nemeth Braille/Print Numbers 0-100 are intended for the creation and adaptation of science and math related materials.

Includes
  • 4 sheets of Nemeth Braille/Print Number Stickers 0-9 (multiple stickers of each number are provided on each sheet of 169 stickers)
  • 4 sheets of Nemeth Braille/Print Number Stickers 10-100 (one sticker per number on each sheet of 91 stickers)
  • Suggested Uses Guide, Large Print
  • Suggested Uses Guide, Braille

Recommended ages: Preschool and up.

WARNING: Choking Hazard–Small Parts. Not intended for children ages 5 and under without adult supervision. Catalog Number: 1-08876-00 Click this link to purchase Feel 'n Peel Stickers: Nemeth Braille-Print Numbers 0-100.

Feel 'n Peel Sheets: Carousel of Textures

Carousel of Textures sheets, a part of APH's Feel 'n Peel series, can be used in numerous ways by teachers, parents, students, and adults. This kit provides an assortment of sheets in a variety of textures and colors.

Example Uses
  • Adapt games, puzzles, or storybooks
  • Make textured worksheets, bar graphs, pie charts, etc., for math, science, or social studies
  • Use as areal/fill patterns in collage tactile graphic displays and maps
  • Use for classroom art activities
  • Construct tactile shapes, numbers, or letters
  • Use as tactile marking mats for coloring activities
Includes
  • Translucent "Rough" Vinyl Sheets (non-adhesive backed) in blue, red, green, yellow, clear
  • Translucent "Bumpy" Vinyl Sheets (non-adhesive backed) in blue, red, green, yellow, clear
  • Corrugated Sheets (non-adhesive backed) in red, blue, purple, dark green, light green, orange, yellow, and pink
  • Craft Foam Sheets (adhesive backed) in red, white, black, yellow, green, and blue
  • Foam Glitter Sheets (non-adhesive backed) in gold and silver
  • Velour Sheets (adhesive backed) in green, blue, white, black, and red
  • Vivelle® Sheets (adhesive backed) in gray, lilac, blue, green, yellow, brown, orange, pink, and red
  • Double-Backed Adhesive Sheets (apply to back of non-adhesive backed sheets)
  • 1 Package of Sticky Dots™ Adhesive
  • Storage/Carrying Box
  • Suggested Uses Sheet, Large Print
  • Suggested Uses Sheet, Braille

Sheet sizes are as follows:
Translucent "Rough" Vinyl, "Bumpy" Vinyl, Corrugated, and Velour Sheets are 8 1/2 x 11 inches; Craft Foam and Foam Glitter Sheets are 9 x 12 inches; and Vivelle Sheets are 8.26 x 11.69 inches (A4 size).

Recommended ages: Preschool and up.

WARNING: Choking Hazard -- Small Parts (if cut from full size sheets). Not intended for children ages 5 and under without adult supervision.

Note: The textured sheets included in Carousel of Textures are not intended for thermoforming purposes.

Catalog Number: 1-08863-00
Click this link to purchase Feel 'n Peel Sheets: Carousel of Textures.

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