Teachers' Helper is an educational supply store serving not only teachers, but also parents. You can choose from an…More extensive line of products designed for meeting the educational needs of children from one year old through middle school age.
With a large selection of workbooks covering a wide range of subjects including FCAT preparedness, they should be able to meet your needs in this area. They also carry an ample selection of teacher planners, record books and stationary.
Decoratives, including borders, cut outs and posters are certain to brighten any classroom or office. Wall charts are equally colorful and serve double duty for goal tracking or creating learning opportunities.
To note student achievement there are a great many awards, rewards, stickers, pencils, stamps and stamp pads available.
Educational games, puzzles and manipulatives are sure to round out learning experiences with some added fun. Instructional and educational cds and dvds add to the variety.
Can't find what you need? Teachers' Helper's friendly and helpful staff will gladly place a special order for you.
With many awards of appreciation from schools and being nominated for the 2010 Small Business of the Year award, it's no surprise to find a great selection of high quality items and excellent service.
To see their best sellers, place an order on line or check out their specials.
Children's Nest Day Schools 3221 Bryan Rd, Brandon, FL33511 Children's Nest Day Schools provide before and after school care for children ages one to twelve years. It is nationally…More accredited and focuses highly on teacher/child interaction. It is locally owned and operated with approximately 800 children enrolled in Tampa. There are seven such schools in the Tampa area.
Named for the community in which it sits, Limona Elementary School opened in 1972, the same year the "new" Brandon…More High School opened just a couple miles away. The school's charter students chose the school mascot, the Lion; its teachers, the colors: blue and white. The school prior to the 2009-10 school year underwent a $4 million renovation.