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More than just a pencil for kids!

More than just a pencil for kids!

We would like to thank Connie from Evergreen Elementary in California, Maryland for these kind words which sum up our feelings too about imprinted pencils: "A great back to in school treat after the virtual months. Kids loved them with school colors and name imprint. Ordering more because ship time was speedy, external colors were vibrant, and imprint was clear to read, but most important was how excited the kids were to get this pencil." Thank you Connie for your kind words, lets get back to school this spring!    

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Time to "Steal A Pencil"

Great holiday gift for your favorite teachers or students, or even for your teacher's pets and class clowns! This is our most popular imprint for schools.  

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ellafitzgerald.com

ellafitzgerald.com

Pencilguyshop.com is honored to provide personalized pencils for this worthy foundation. Please take a moment to read about their efforts and feel free to peruse ellafitzgerald.com The Ella Fitzgerald Charitable Foundation was created and funded in 1993 by Ella Fitzgerald, the First Lady of Song, in order to fulfill her desires to use the fruits of her success to help people of all races, cultures and beliefs. Ella hoped to make their lives more rewarding, and she wanted to foster a love of reading, as well as a love of music. In addition, she hoped to provide assistance to the at-risk...

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"You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be led." -Stan Laurel

"You can lead a horse to water, but a pencil must be led." -Stan Laurel

Sorry Stan not true. Please read this informative article: Ever wondered about the lead in pencils? Despite the name, they have never been made of lead By Howard J. Bennett November 30, 2014 True or false: You can get lead poisoning if you’re stuck with a lead pencil. False. Lead pencils contain graphite (a form of carbon), not lead. In fact, contrary to what many people believe, lead pencils never were made with lead. The ancient Romans used a writing device called a stylus. This was similar to the modern stylus used with smartphones and tablets, except it was bigger and...

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