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Lets Review This Rubber Stamp
Lets Review This Rubber Stamp

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This item is Custom Made in the USA
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List Price: $9.00
Our Price: $7.95
Online Sale Price: $7.95
Savings: $1.05

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Product Code: 4361R

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Lets Review This Rubber Stamp

This regular stock stamp displays the "Let's Review This" message in a clear and professional manner, as shown above, allowing educators to quickly stamp multiple educational and miscellaneous documents or papers being sent home in a timely fashion. It is an easy to use tool with a simple wooden handle that firmly secures the 5/8" tall by 1-5/8" wide rubber stamp and requires the use of an ink pad in your choice of colors. It is a practical and cost saving investment for the school system allowing teachers and instructors to mark classroom papers in an efficient manner while being able to clearly communicate with students and parents on a consistent basis.

Product Highlights
  • Will need to use a separate ink pad
  • Quality wood-mounted rubber stamp
  • Impression Size approximately 1/2" x 1-5/8"
  • Made in the USA

Average Rating: 5 of 5 Total Reviews: 2 Write a review »

  null of null people found the following review helpful:
Phenomenal September 21, 2015
Reviewer: Amy Richards from Norfolk, VA  
I bought this wood and rubber stamp along with a green ink pad. I didn't want red because that seems to be the color students expect when they get grades. The green ink stands out and sends a message to the kids about their work.

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  1 of null people found the following review helpful:
Great Experience June 17, 2015
Reviewer: Rachel Cremer from Maywood, NJ  
I love using rubber stamps in my classroom. They seem old school but the kids really respond to them. This stamp tells the students that any particular homework assignment needs to be looked at again or taught again.

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