Charles Leonard Economical Beveled Wood 12" Ruler w/ Single Metal Edge, Natural (36-pack)
About this item
- Wooden ruler with metal edge and hang-up holes
- Measurements scaled in 1/16"" on one edge and millimeters on the other
- Natural finish
- Wooden ruler shipped in peggable packaging for resell
The Charles Leonard® Economical Beveled Wood Ruler pack contains 36 economical and affordable wooden rulers with a metal edge. The wooden measuring rulers can be used in a variety of educational and home settings.
What Are Some of the Key Features of the Rulers?
These rulers are created with a single metal edge, a pencil groove, double beveled-edged wood rulers and hang-up holes. The wooden ruler with holes can be easily hung-up for convenient storage.
Who Should Buy the Bulk Pack of Large Wooden rulers?
The pack is best for teachers, professional educators or educational institutions looking to buy the rulers in bulk.
What Are Some Conventional Uses for the Large Wooden Rulers?
Conventional uses for rulers include measuring lines and using the straight edge for drawing or to trace lines and shapes. The 12-inch rulers can be used to measure short objects. They can be used in math, particularly in geometry. Or they can be used in engineering, technical drawing, carpentry and other fields.
What Are Some Creative Uses for the Rulers?
There are many out-of-the-box and creative uses for rulers that people are not aware of. For example, you can use the rulers for paint stir sticks. You can rinse and reuse the sticks after use if desired. If you love to read, the rulers can make a great bookmark. For children and those who love arts and crafts, you can use the rulers to make garden markers by writing the name of your plants on your ruler stick. Have some fun with the marker by decorating it to your liking. Children will also love making puppets, attaching cut-out faces to the top of the ruler with tape or glue.
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