Cracking Curriculum Stickers

Cracking Curriculum Stickers
January 21, 2016 The Sticker Factory

English curriculum stickersIt’s been twenty months (how time flies!) since we introduced our National Curriculum based range of stickers. We’re very pleased to say that they have been working hard to reward little ones up and down the country in subjects as diverse as Music and Maths, and we couldn’t be happier.


We’d like to celebrate these super stickers and today we’re kicking off with a celebration of our 38mm English inspired rewards. With a mixture of captions including ‘star worker’, ‘lovely reading’ and ‘super spelling’ there’s a great range to reward all aspects of the English curriculum. All feature our friendly curriculum bee and a range of eye catching National Curriculum based images. These super school stickers cost just £3.79 (£4.55 including VAT) for five sheets totalling 75 stickers.


To toast the union of sticker and the English curriculum we’ve devised a little quiz – we’ve subtly improved some of our favourite opening lines from books, see if you can work out where they come from.


1. It was the best of stickers, it was the worst of stickers.


2. In a hole in the ground lived a sticker.


3. It was a bright cold day in April, and the clocks were striking stickers.


4. Last night I dreamed I went to stickers again.


5. I am an invisible sticker.


6. Sticker me Ishmael.


7. It is a truth universally acknowledged that a single man in possession of a good fortune must be in want of a sticker.


8. There was no possibility of taking a sticker that day.


Take a butcher’s at our website to find out more about these and the rest of our cracking curriculum stickers.


You can find the answers below the image!


English curriculum stickers

Curriculum bee loves English.


1. A Tale of Two Cities – Charles Dickens

2. The Hobbit – J.R.R Tolkein

3. 1984 – George Orwell

4. Rebecca – Daphne Du Maurier

5. The Invisible Man – Ralph Ellison

6. Moby Dick – Herman Melville

7. Pride and Prejudice – Jane Austen

8. Jane Eyre – Charlotte Bronte


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