“Stay Unplugged from Drugs” Bookmark

SKU: PB-DA258-BM Minimum Qty: 100
  • Measures 8″ x 2.5″
  • Printed on glossy card stock
  • Double-sided with tips for kids about staying drug-free on back
  • Great for red ribbon celebrations or other drug prevention programs for kids
  • Sold in packs of 50



Give kids five great reasons to be happy, healthy and drug free with these double sided “Stay Unplugged from Drugs” Bookmarks! A great handout to promote healthy habits for school events, classroom prizes, after care, fairs, and more! Printed on glossy card stock, these durable bookmarks are made to last. This adorable bookmark is a great way to promote substance abuse prevention to a younger age group, helping them to make informed decisions when they are older. What’s more, these bookmarks are cost effective and easy to pass out!

The back of the bookmark offers tips on how children a drug free life, such as:

  1. Find hobbies or clubs to join! It’s hard to find time to do drugs if you keep yourself busy
  2. Go outside and enjoy the sunshine! Making one healthy choice can motivate you to make another
  3. Eat healthy foods and get enough sleep! A strong body can give you the strength to say “no” to drugs
  4. Find a mentor or someone you trust to give you advice when times get tough
  5. Make sure your friends are drug free too

These bookmarks are great items for educators to hand out to young readers learning about the dangers of drugs and alcohol. A great addition to any drug prevention programs, especially when teaching a tech-savvy generation.

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