Teacher Created Resources Gender Specific Hall Pass

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Teacher Created Resources Gender Specific Hall Pass

(Rectangle) Shape - Boys, A Baseball in a Mit and More Books - Double-sided, Water Resistant - 2" Height x 6" Width - Assorted - Cardboard - 1 Each - View Complete Details

Product Number: TCR5021

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Teacher Created Resources Gender Specific Hall Pass - This double-sided hall pass was designed by popular children's book illustrator and graphic artist Mary Engelbreit. Her distinct style is colorful and playful. The durable, gender-specific hall pass features the same colorful design on the back and front. The word "Boy's" in dark blue is in the middle with a bookbag and books one side and a baseball in a mit and more books on the other side. A blue matching cord is threaded through a hole on the left side so it can be wrapped around a student's wrist and then hung up for storage and easy access. Hall pass is made of cardboard with plastic wrap so it's water-resistant except for the cord.

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