Cheap School Supplies

July 28, 2007 at 4:16 pm (Uncategorized)

It’s that time of year again!!!!

Every year at this time Target runs school supplies ridiculously cheap!  I finally got smart a couple years ago and started stocking up for the whole year during the Back-To-School Sales.

Here is what I got for this year:

16 packages of glue sticks $2.40 (.15 cents per package)
4 packages of blue ink pens (10 each package)  $2.00 (.50 cents per package.)
5 boxes crayons $1.00 (.20 cents per box.)
10 boxes colored pencils $2.00 (.20 cents per box)
60 notebooks $6.00 (.10 cents per notebook)
1 teaching clock $1.00

Total spent for 1 year school supplies for 3 kids…drum roll please…$14.40!!!!

Hooray for me!!!!

(Rent-A-Kid sleeping on bed extra!  LOL) 



  1. 4sweetums said,

    That's about what I spent too. Amazing isn't it.

  2. homeschoolingmommaof4 said,

    That's what I do too. I just love back to school sales.

  3. writmm said,

    Wow! I am impressed! Also surprised. I remember taking my stepsons shopping for school supplies 10 years ago and we didn't get that good of deals then!

  4. picluvinmom said,

    We use the awesome back to school sale at Walmart to stock up too..We only shop at Target when Walmart does not have it our it is cheaper at Target..We also have a associate 1/2 price store we buy alot there and Sams is always a Blessing for our family when we are buying workbook,book, ect..

  5. drewsfamilytx said,

    Target had some great educational stuff in the dollar spot, didn't they? I passed on the clock but did get some flash cards, US placemats, math bingo and black lights (for science– and just for fun!).

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