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ClassroomFriendlySupplies.com has what I consider to be the best pencil sharpener you can buy! No need to wall mount it either!
- A "must have" for every teacher or homeschool
- A unique and practical teacher gift.
- Old-school retro look.
- Quiet sharpening eliminates classroom interruptions.
- Automatic stopping once the perfect point is formed. This prevents over-sharpening.
- Works on standard sized pencils.
- Clear plastic disposal tray for easy cleaning.
- Easy to use (as young as 5 years of age.)
- Sturdy metal frame (approximately 3"x 3"x 5")
- Portable or mounts to a surface. Clamp included.
- A true "green" pencil sharpener. Ideal for environmentally friendly schools and classrooms.
This sharpener is different than others I have used. You have to pull the top piece out then insert your pencil.
Then you crank the handle and the sharpener does the rest. Super Easy - even my 4 year old can sharpen pencils with ease!
We have been using this sharpener for over two years and couldn't be more happier with the results and the durability! It really is the best out there! I'm so excited to include have the opportunity to give one away to a lucky reader!
One of my lucky readers is going to win their own Sharpener from Classroomfriendlysupplies.com!
Not sure about buying but this pencil sharpener is pretty great. Having 5 kids, last year I always had someone needing a pencil sharpener and we only had those little hand ones you do manually. Thank you for the chanceReplyDelete
If I don't win, I will certainly be thinking about adding this pencil sharpener to my school budget. :)ReplyDelete
I honestly would buy one of these sharpeners. I had one in my classroom this past year and the kids loved it. It sharpens really well!ReplyDelete
I love this pencil sharpenerReplyDelete
As a first year teacher I NEED this amazing pencil sharpener! I used one during my college internship and absolutely adored it. Hope I win!!!!ReplyDelete
Love these pencil sharpeners, too! Trying to win this as a gift for coworker ;)ReplyDelete
As a substitute, I have learned to take my personal sharpener with me. It never fails that the teacher's sharpener is broken, dull, and/or loud and we spend way to much time on sharpening pencils. In the meantime, other teachers see my sharpener, love it, and order their own. I give them to college graduates that are going into teaching. It's a big hit!ReplyDelete
I am proposing that our PTO buy one for every classroom in the building. !!ReplyDelete
These sharpeners are the best! Really hope I win one!!ReplyDelete
I don't know what I would buy -- hoping to win the pencil sharpener.ReplyDelete
I really like the blue and red pencil sharpener. Would love to have one in my homeschool.ReplyDelete
I would buy the firehouse red sharpener for sure!ReplyDelete
I would get a red and blue sharpener! They need to make a yellow one....ReplyDelete
Would love to win one! I've just had it with the cheapy little plastic sharpeners for my kids! ;)ReplyDelete
If I win, I'd likely choose the green sharpener. With 3, almost 4, boys the pink one is out ;). And they each have a different color, so I don't want them thinking I'm playing favorites. That means the choice is one that isn't anyone's favorite color!ReplyDelete
I need a good pencil sharpener! I've tried various ones too and still haven't fallen in love with any of them.ReplyDelete
I really need a pencil sharpener badly!ReplyDelete
Love the color choices... it would be hard to choose just one but I think I would have to go with the green since both of the kids currently love green...ReplyDelete
Love the color choices... it would hard to pick but I think I would go with green.ReplyDelete
I would probably buy black. But the pink one looks so pretty!ReplyDelete
I love sharpened pencils! This would be great to have in my classroom!ReplyDelete
I really like the precious pink sharpener i think my girls would chose that color.ReplyDelete
Anything would be better than our cheap 50 cent pencil sharpener we have now.ReplyDelete
I had a sharpener just like that back in the 1960s, only mine was brown. It was manufactured by a Japanese company, I believe. I didn't know they were still making them!ReplyDelete