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All glued up for classroomsuccess W


hen it comes to classroom projects there’s nothing worse than glue sticks that


become difficult to retract and advance, or morph into a messy mushroom shape making it hard, if not impossible, to put the cap back on. As for tubes and bottles of liquid glue, a sticky collar and cap often results in unused glue being thrown away because it’s just too difficult to dispense. All this means that a product that at the time seemed good value for money is now a poor investment. And with education resource budgets


under tremendous pressure it’s a dilemma knowing what to do for the best.


However, help is at hand from Pentel. The company’s product Roll ‘n’ Glue makes art and craft proj


ojects and creative exercises cleaner and


easier for busy teachers and simplifies purchasing decisions for school products buyers.


The water-based Roll ‘n’ Glue is safe and odourless and is ideal for use on paper or light card. Clean, simple and economical to use, Roll ‘n’ Glue takes its name from its convenient roller


action, which makes it much


easier to dispense glue to the areas where it needs to be applied, with far


less mess than ordinary glue.


Perfect for craft work, classrooms and holiday creative projects Roll ‘n’ Glue is supplied in a 55ml bottle, which can be refilled with a jumbo 300ml bottle. A 24-piece class pack is also available. Stocked by education products suppliers, stationery dealers and art and craft specialists around the country, Roll ‘n’ Glue can be found in catalogues and online.


01793 823333 www.pentel.co. ku


40 www.education-today.co.uk


May 2019


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