But a foot’s a foot, right? These student rulers are wood, 12” long x 1/16” thick with inches, marked in 1/16” increments, on the side with the metal inset and mm’s on the opposite. Drilled for 3-hole binders, but the little buggers will lose them anyway, hence the supply-budget price.
Better than your average compass set, this beauty from Maped is 5-1/4" long with a 2mm lead plus a spare, 1mm mechanical pencil, an attachment to put your own pencil in, a small lead sharpener, sliding point guard and a clutch. Opens to a max of 5-3/4" and comes in a snap-shut case.
Our 4" long plastic school protractor measures angles of 45, 60, 90, 120 and (duh) 180 degrees with wide bands of color. Great for aspiring engineers, architects, astrophysicists and just general anglers. Not so useful for fishermen, though. From Helix®.
This 360-degree protractor from Helix® measures 6" dia and has 10-degree gradations on the inside and 1/2-degree on the outer ring, as mirror images of each other. In blue translucent plastic, it also folds in half when trigonometry class is over.
The digits are your fingers, and you personally use them to keep track of everything in this compact Mead® day planner, dubbed the "Fat Planner," which never has to be recharged or turned off in class because it's spiral-bound paper inside a nice portfolio with a zipper around three sides. In assorted colors (blue, green, red), they measure just 6" x 5-1/2" x 1-5/8" and have a calendar, class-schedule sheets, exam records and study sheets, a 50-page notepad and storage pockets. Plus you can slide a pen inside the binding. We'll pick a color for you because you've got enough to do.
From what mind sprang these pencil sharpener/erasers that look exactly like auto wheels and tires, we could only guess, but we won’t because we just work here. You’ll get (2) black eraser tires on grey wheels that conceal pencil sharpeners. The peelings stay in the wheel hubs until you empty them. Measure 2-5/8" dia x 7/8" thick.
Nice plastic protractor with a 6" x 1/16" ruler along the bottom, a swing arm and single-degree markings in both directions along the arc. Plus a compass that opens to a maximum 6’ radius x 1/8” increments. Isn’t geometry solid, man?
You should never snip a real stork but if you do embroidery, cutwork or other fancy seamstering, you’ll recognize these small, 3-1/2” long, stork-shaped scissors as the specialty cutters you need for that sort of work. Their tiny, 3/4” long super-sharp points will snip all the way to the tip.
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