Going Back to School with Maped Helix

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Going Back to School with Maped Helix

We have been sent a lovely selection of stationary from Maped Helix to review heading towards the new school term starting!
They have a wide range available that is suited for all school ages.


Color’peps
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The pack includes:- 12 Medium Felt-tip pens & 15 Colored pencils
These are a lovely set to have for a young and older students alike. They are nicely presented in their packet with popper fasten for easy access and re-seal.
Going Back to School with Helix Family Clan Blog15 colored pencils
What I love about the pencils are triangular shaped which means no more rolling off the table!
Going Back to School with Helix Family Clan Blog12 felt-tip pens
All the felt-pens have their removable lid and once finished all fit back in the pack neatly side by side.

Each pencil / felt-tip pen all have their very own colored name, which is a real hit with Jake and Grace
i.e Fruity Orange, Red Kiss, Sunny Yellow, Marina Blue.

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Xplorer Maths Set

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Going Back to School with Helix Family Clan Blog

This set includes:- 45° & 60° set squares, compass & pencil, 180° protractor, sharpener, eraser & 15cm Xplorer stencil ruler.
This handy set will always come in useful to have in your bag and wont take up much room at all with it being in its own plastic case so will be able to shut close when you have finished using it

KiDY’GRiP Ruler

Going Back to School with Helix Family Clan BlogMade from 60% recycled plastic this ruler is 30cm long and has grippers on it underneath and on top making it easier for it not to slide when you are trying to use it, and easier to hold. With the additional emotions on the ruler for stenciling which we love as an added feature.
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Croc Croc Innovation Pencil Sharpener
Going Back to School with Helix Family Clan Blog
Going Back to School with Helix Family Clan Blog

This cute design pencil sharpener is available in different colors to suit the child this specif one is pink and green rabbit design allowing you to place your pencil in the rabbits mouth to sharpen and then the pencil sharpenings are then caught in the back of the rabbit allowing you empty when needed and not end up being messy all over the table! As an added bonus when you sharpen the rabbits teeth move up and down!

Zenoa Collector Eraser

Going Back to School with Helix Family Clan BlogThis Zenoa collector eraser is PVC free with funny face design on it, this also allows you to protect your eraser by being able to seal this after by turning

Black’peps Jumbo

Going Back to School with Helix Family Clan BlogAvailable in a pack of 2 these jumbo HB pencils are excellent addition to the school bag. With added sharpener in the packaging and eraser at the end of the pencil. They are Jumbo Triangular giving it an easy hold for you

 Oxford Handwriting Pens
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 Going Back to School with Helix Family Clan BlogAvailable in a pack of 2 these handwriting pens are a great add to your school bag. The handwriting width is 0.5mm with a premium writing nib, smooth writing, washable blue ink and are erasable with standard ink eraser / corrector pens

 

 

3D Sensoft Fluo 13.5cm Scissors

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These 3D sensoft scissors are available in 4 different Fluo colours with comfort flexible handles. They really are comfortable to use and Jake even mentioned that they were ‘much softer than the school ones’ they are also stainless steel and recommended at age 5+

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248 Thoughts to “Going Back to School with Maped Helix”

  1. Marie Rule

    My English teacher because he loved to teach

  2. Alison Clifford

    My year 6 teacher Mr Kinght. He had a stroke during the school year and he was told he prob wouldn’t walk or talk again but he was back teaching us before the end of the school year. Quite remarkable when you look back now as an adult.

  3. Monika Bascombe

    I loved my English teacher – very strict but also very fair – he did not have favourites and everyone had the same chance to score points

  4. Natalie Crossan

    My maths teacher was lovely x

  5. Our World

    Miss Richardson she was kind and really helpful

  6. Ellen Stafford

    My favourite teacher was Mr Brown. He was our tutor and Maths teacher. He put up with a lot from our group but he was always kind and understanding and he managed to get me to understand Fractions!

  7. Dawn Facey

    My science teacher Mr Knight only because he was quite hot ? All the girls liked him

  8. Philip Underwood

    My English teacher was so helpful!

  9. Lesley Styles

    It’s so long ago that I left school (aged 15, the year before they raised the school leaving age) that I can’t remember the teachers at all!!! I do know that I did enjoy school though…. until I was old enough to leave!!!

  10. Jill Fairbanks

    The home economics teacher she was actually called Mrs Cooke

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