• TeacherPro™ Electric Pencil Sharpener

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TeacherPro™ Electric Pencil Sharpener


The award winning TeacherPro® is a classically styled electric pencil sharpener built with the patented SmartStop® feature. The SmartStop® indicates when the pencil is sharpened, eliminating over-sharpening and unnecessary noise making it a great classroom pencil sharpener. When the pencil is sharpened, the motor automatically shuts off and the blue LED illuminates to indicate the sharpening is complete.

Designed specifically for use in the classroom, the TeacherPro® Electric Pencil Sharpener is also equipped with an extra-large shavings receptacle and multi-hole pencil dial.

Teacher Pro Electric Sharpener

  • Built with the patent pending SmartStop® feature which indicates when the pencil is sharpened through illumination of blue LED light
  • For safe, fast, quiet sharpening in the classroom
  • Equipped with an extra large shavings receptacle
  • Multi-hole pencil selector
  • Hardened helical cutter for maximum precision and durability
  • Powerful Motor for performance and reliability
  • Non-skid feet for safety
  • Auto reset/shutoff to prevent overheating
  • No electrical draw when not in use
  • SafeStart® prevents cutters from operating when receptacle is removed
  • ETL listed (US and Canada)
  • Now includes a 10 Year Warranty
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Create a Real Rainbow in Your Classroom

Secure a small mirror inside a clear glass cup or jar at a 45 degree angle. Then fill with water. Turn off your classroom lights and shut all curtains or shades to make room as dark as possible. Have a student help by holding a white board next to the glass. Shine a flashlight on the mirror creating a real rainbow that should shine on the white board. Experiment with the different light patterns you get when you move the light around the mirror. This is a great display of how water molecules bend the light to create a rainbow.