Glue Sticks and Crayons Giveaway Hop



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Glue Sticks and Crayons Giveaway Hop

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95 thoughts on “Glue Sticks and Crayons Giveaway Hop”

  1. This year my grandsons had a school supply list and I bought what they needed by watching the sale ads. I saved a lot more money than buying the pre-made supply box at school.

  2. I have a huge supply list so I actually buy extras of some items so I have it the next year,I start clipping coupons and checking sales in August.

  3. I’m not sure what my niece did for her daughter, but I believe she bought school supplies to take to school. I don’t think she paid any fee for school.

  4. My sons is going to college. He doesn’t live with me so I don’t know what kind of list he received. I know he probably can’t even afford basics tho.

  5. We homeschool, so we didn’t do either. I did have to purchase currriculum and buy supplies needed for the year though.

  6. Our has a huge list but every year I have purchased it all and they send it back home. So this year, I am just waiting and getting some things when they say we need them.

  7. I don’t have any children, and I finished up my post-grad and training a few years ago. But I was always responsible for purchasing everything on my own.

  8. The schools aren’t too bad with the lists here. They also provide either Ipads or Chromebooks for each child, depending on the age.

  9. The schools in our district do not have a required list per se. Parents pretty much buy the basics and if others are needed the teacher will send a letter home. Some teachers spend their own money on supplies.

  10. At my daughters school last year, we could buy it or we could pay a flat fee for it to be provided through a service. This year she changed schools but her list was not as bad as I thought it was going to be. I guess because they have gone pretty paperless with chromebooks.

  11. My kids did have massive school supply lists this year. We don’t have the option of a flat fee, but that sounds preferable!

  12. My daughter didnt need too much for school this year. She is in her last year of college. But it wasnt too long ago we were waiting on the long checkout lines at Staples on the first days of school to buy supplies.

  13. My kids did have a big school supply this year but I have learned that in the older grades you wait to see what they actually need once they start.

  14. There wasn’t an official “list” sent home from the school however we still had to buy the usual items; notebooks, folders, pens, mechanical pencils, etc. The backpack was on sale and I still had to pay $70! I’m normally VERY frugal but it was the ONLY one I found that was sturdy enough to hold my daughters high school supplies without me worrying that it was going to fall apart from the weight!

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