You are working as a teacher of a 3-grade class in a primary school. For the Christmas this year, you want to give best students in your class rewards for their studying results in this studying year. It is clear that stationery and stickers are the best gifts for all students that can help them learn better as well as improve their skills. Currently, Oriental Trading is offering the big Oriental Trading coupon on Christmas stationery and stickers. These discounts are available on Christmas-deals week that will end by 11:59 p.m Saturday 31st December 2015.
Oriental Trading is a leading supplier of teaching and studying products such as classroom decorations, activity books, teaching resources, stickers and more. Students want to learn well, they will definitely need books, pens, pencils, erasers and other stationeries. Activity books help students study get a ton of fun and also improve their personal skills like concentration skill, observation skill. In addition, they can use stampers and bookmarks to decorate their books and especially mark their favorite stories, lessons. Furthermore, you can hold a classroom activity with stickers for all students. They will make scene pictures by adding stickers, the person complete in first will be the winner. The company has all stationeries and stickers for students.
Most importantly, you can save up to 50% off Christmas stationery and stickers when you buying select products at Orientaltrading.com with Oriental Trading coupon. There are a wide range of types of stationery and stickers that are designed with Christmas decorations and images. These items will definitely be perfect gifts for your students in this Christmas.
The following are best sellers of Christmas stationery and stickers being available at the company today.
- Save 25% off Personalized Candy Cane Pencils
- Save 33% off Holiday Sticker Sheet Assortment – 100 sheets
- Save 31% off Personalized Nativity Bookmarks
- Save 34% off Nativity Activity Books with Stickers
- Save 30% off “Happy Birthday Jesus!” Pencils