Do your kiddos drive you crazy with the pencil sharpener? My kids can never find one or when they do they sharpen their pencils forever making all kinds of noise for way longer than needed. Luckily we found a great pencil sharpener from Classroom Friendly Supplies. They are super quiet and make very little noise at all, they are set up to sharpen perfectly and they have a mechanism that lets kids know when to stop sharpening. They are awesome and a must-have for our back to school shopping list.
The sharpener comes with everything you see here. You get the sharpener and the setup to mount it. We did not mount ours permanently though because I wanted to be able to move it around. However, you can if you want to.
To sharpen pull out on the face of the sharpener until it locks in place. Pinch the two black knobs at the top and insert your pencil all the way into the sharpener. Hold down on the top of the sharpener (don’t hold the pencil) and turn the handle. While you turn the grip will pull the pencil in and sharpen it. When it reaches the front of the sharpener again you are done! Your pencil will be sharpened perfectly.
This pencil we sharpened freshly, it had never been sharpened before and as you can see it’s perfect! It’s super quiet so no interruptions. It’s super easy, even my 8-year-old can do it. It’s perfect every time. It’s the best sharpener and a must have before your kiddos return to the classroom.
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