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It’s getting super close to back to school time, are you ready? I know I love this time of year when I can get the school and office supplies I need for the year at such good prices. But how do you know which sales prices are good and which ones are the best?
Don’t worry I’ve got you covered with this printable back to school price list. With this price list, you’ll know a great deal when you see it.
I like to stock up on the kid’s items for our homeschool but I also like to grab the good deals other items like pens, permanent markers, scissors, tape, sticky notes, spiral notebooks for writing down my to-do list, binders, and staplers. The prices during the back to school sales are usually the best of the year.
I know each year we usually purchase a couple extra rulers, those get broken easily around our house. I try to keep a good stock of dry erase markers. We have a few white boards for the kids to practice handwriting on and practice math problems each day. Using the white boards helps to save on the paper clutter, I’m constantly fighting in our home.
I also like to have a good supply of construction paper, glue, crayons, colored pencils and markers on hand. My kids love to create and there is something great about having nice new unbroken crayons, pencils, and markers to use.
Plus if you stock on extra school supplies those items can be added to gift boxes at Christmas to be sent to kids around the world or even for making boxes for kids who have suddenly found themselves in the foster care system with nothing of their own. It makes being able to give on a budget even easier when you stock up on items when they are on sale.
Free Printable Back to School Price List
You can print the school supply price list by clicking here. It’s just one page and has the items I usually buy during the back to school sales. This price list is a guide and you might find in your area the prices to be a little higher or lower. I’ve included a column for you to track how many of each item you need, how many you have purchased, and a done column to check once you have all you need of that particular item.
Have you started your back to school shopping yet? What kind of items do you buy for your kids to use at school or in your homeschool?