Johns Creek, GA (PRWEB) May 07, 2014
The NeatNook™ School Desk Organizer is the first-of-its-kind elementary school desk organizer specifically designed for students in grades first through fifth. Not only does it make it Neat2Learn®, but the NeatNook also provides schools and PTA’s additional revenue by being sold as a school fundraiser.
"The NeatNook takes a dysfunctional workspace and makes it 100% functional. Students can now easily view and access all their books, folders, and school supplies necessary for the day. It increases productivity all while teaching lifelong organizational skills,” says Sandy Rodney, company owner and inventor.
The tool trays in the front eliminate the need for pencil boxes by providing space for everything an elementary school student needs such as crayons, markers, glue sticks, pencils, erasures, and much, much more. The Book Bins in the back can accommodate up to four text books (16 lbs) along with other folders and notebooks. For teachers who like to use binders, NeatNooks can even handle a three inch, 3-ring binder.
Classroom interruptions are eliminated due to teachers not having to drag messy desks across the classroom when changing student seating assignments. When turned around, the Privacy feature prevents students from accessing the contents in their desk which is a great benefit for students with distractibility issues. Additionally, physical therapists can modify a NeatNook with a handle and glue or tape objects for students with a need for additional sensory input.
NeatNooks are manufactured from corrugated board used in most cardboard boxes, and the patented design can withstand the typical classroom uses for the entire year. They come unassembled and cost only $6.46 each when purchased in a 26 count case. NeatNooks are made in the U.S.A., made from 65% reclaimed cardboard, and are 100% recyclable or “Naturally Neat™”. Additionally, all of NeatNook’s orders are packaged and shipped by an Atlanta, GA community for individuals with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries. Our team shares a philosophy that acknowledges, supports, and encourages people of all abilities.
Rani Murdock, a Special Education teacher at Johns Creek Elementary in Forsyth County Schools, Georgia has used NeatNooks extensively in her classes and says, “NeatNooks have been a great addition to the classroom. All the students like them, but for the organizationally challenged, NeatNooks provide physical boundaries in the desk letting them know where things should go and what their desk should look like. Most importantly it improves their confidence.”
NeatNook School Desk Organizer is the only patented elementary school desk organizing system in the world that solves the “Mess in the Desk™” syndrome for millions of students and teachers every day. NeatNook’s focus is to help students learn organizational skills at a young age to provide a sense of achievement and for lifelong success. Our product is made in the U.S.A., is environmentally friendly, and adults with developmental disabilities and traumatic brain injuries handle all of our fulfillment needs. For additional information, visit our website http://www.myneatnook.com.
The NeatNook School Desk Organizer name, logo, Neat2Learn, Mess in the Desk, NeatRack, and Naturally Neat are all trademarks of RFF Enterprises, LLC. Patent Pending.