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Target Teacher Deals Starting 1/8/17

Raise your hand if your closet is slightly less than organized.  Raise your hand if you are suddenly out of glue sticks!

This is the time of year where your kiddos are finally a little more independent and you can actually think about how you want your closet to be organized, what you want to change for next year, what supplies you need to add or delete from the supply list, etc.

Target has a few deals for teachers this week that might help you out.

Remember these deals start Sunday, January 8th so the prices online won't match until then.

Sterilite 20 Gallon Latching Totes

Sterilite 66 quart Clearview Latching Totes

Sterilite 66 quart Clearview Latching Totes

Room Essentials 3-Shelf Bookcase (Black)

School Supplies
Buy 1, Get 1 25% off
There are many of our favorite brands in the ad such as Crayola, Elmer's, and Paper Mate.

HP 61 Ink Cartridge Twin Pack - Black (CZ073FN#140)
HP Ink
Buy 1, Get 1 40% off
For those of you that aren't involved in HP's Instant Ink program.

Logitech Wireless Mouse


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