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Texas Independence Day

March 2nd

It was on March 2, 1836, that the Republic of Texas, with Sam Houston as President, declared its independence from Mexico. In 1845 Texas became the 28th State (the Lone Star State).

Our colorful pencils are designed just for Texas (note the Bluebonnet, Mockingbird, Pecan Tree, and historic facts).

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Foil Texas Pencils

2085Y

 
   A special pencil designed just for Texans.
Each pencil illustrates Texas's: State Motto, State Capital, State Bird, State Flower,State Tree, Point of Interest, Chief Products & the date admitted to the Union.
No.2 Bonded lead, non-toxic, soft erasers, supplied unsharpened, 1 gross per box (144 pencils)

Please note: Pencil colors and imprint may vary.
 
   
Price:$ 23.49  
 
 
   
 

Your State Pencils

379

 
   State pencils provide a lesson in social studies and are a great learning tool.

You will be given the choice to choose your STATE at checkout time.

Each pencil illustrates:

State Motto, State Capital, State Bird, State Flower, State Tree, Points of Interest, Chief Products, & the date admitted to the Union (or) Ratified into the Constitution.

No.2 Bonded, non-toxic, soft erasers, supplied unsharpened, 1 gross per box. Assorted pastel colors.

Please note: Pencil colors and imprint may vary.
 
   
Price:$ 22.99  
 
 
   
 

States and Capitals Pencils

1175

 
   The capital of each state plus the 2-letter state, abbreviation are all printed on one pencil. No.2 Bonded, non-toxic, soft erasers, supplied unsharpened, 1 gross per box.

Assorted Pastel colors.

Please note: Pencil colors and imprint may vary.
 
   
Price:$ 21.99