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Post-it® 3" x 3" Notes, Pastel Collection, 100 Sheets Per Pad, Pack Of 12 Pads
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Post-it® 3" x 3" Notes, Pastel Collection, 100 Sheets Per Pad, Pack Of 12 Pads

Item # 322740 OfficeMax # 20557988
Perfect for writing reminder notes to yourself
  • Great for jotting down messages or quick notes, too.
  • Note size is approximate.
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Perfect for writing reminder notes to yourself
  • Great for jotting down messages or quick notes, too. 
  • Note size is approximate. 
  • SFI certified. 

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Item # 322740 
Manufacturer # 654-AST  
note size 3" x 3"
note type standard
adhesive type standard
note color Apple Blossom; Blush; Canary Yellow; Hydrangea; Pool
dispenser included no
postconsumer recycled content 0%
total recycled content 0%
ruled no
quantity 12
number of notes per pad 100
brand name Post-it
manufacturer 3M Company

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Post-it? 3 x 3 Notes, Pastel Collection, 100 Sheets Per Pad, Pack Of 12 Pads 2 5 1 1
Post-it notes Pastel collection The colors that are pictured are not the colors you get. I wanted to order these specifically for the colors but found out that they come two pads each in purple, pink, blue, green and four pads in yellow. I was trying to get something other than yellow for a change. November 4, 2014
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Make Connections

  • Be Connected

    Rely on Post-it® Products to maintain a presence in your kid’s day – before, during or after school.

    1. LUNCH NOTES

    When your child brings lunch to school, leave a note in the lunchbox or sack. Or simply draw a funny picture.

    2. INVITATION TO PLAY

    For many kids, the first move they make when they get home is for the iPad or computer. Leave a Post-it® Note on the tablet cover or keyboard challenging them to a collaborative game like Words with Friends or Draw Something at a time when you can take a break from work.

    3. GOOD MORNINGS

    If you leave for work before your kids go to school, leave a Post-it® Note on the breakfast table or door to let them know you're thinking of them.

  • Be Productive

    Use Post-it® Products to spark your kid’s creative thinking, foster learning and occupy their time while you get more things done.

    1. THE 3” X 3” CANVAS

    Every Post-it® Note is a blank canvas. Have your kid draw or paint a picture. Then hold a gallery showing of their work. This is also a great group activity – be it a gathering of their friends or with your whole family. Prefer a larger canvas? Try Post-it® Big Pads.

    2. CUTTING CRAFTS

    When your kids are ready to use scissors, set out some different colors of Post-it® Super Sticky Notes. Let the kids cut out interesting shapes and stick them to a background. Using the scissors helps build manual dexterity, and the notes can be re-used again and again

    3. FLOWER POWER

    Create colorful flower wall art made from Post-it® Notes or Post-it® Super Sticky Notes. What interesting shapes or color combinations will your kids come up with?
  • Be Creative

    Great Post-it® Note icebreakers.

    1.  TWO TRUTHS AND A LIE

    Each person in the meeting gets 3 Post-it® Notes. He or she writes a truth on two of them and a lie on the third. Break everyone up into groups to try and guess which note holds the lie.

    2.  WHO AM I

    Each member of the group picks a famous, well-known person and writes it on a Post-it® Note. The name should be kept secret. Each person then takes their Post-it® Note and attaches it to another person's back.  Taking turns, everyone with a Post-it® Note asks the group questions to determine who they are.
  • Educate

    Use Post-it® Notes to teach students how to calculate area.

    1. 
    Give each student a stack of 3" x 3"        Post-it® Notes.

    2.  Have students use (and reuse) Post-it® Notes to measure - in square units - the area of items found in their desks: folders, textbooks, even the desk itself.

    3.  Younger students can record their findings using the number of square Post-it® Notes as the unit of measure. Older students can calculate the actual area in square inches by using the Post-it® Notes dimensions of 3" x 3" inches.



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