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Old 05-12-2013, 03:52 PM
 
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Where do you order educational supplies from?
I know of Lake Shore and Really Good Stuff... Is there anywhere else you love to order from?

Thanks for your help!!
Happy Mother's Day!


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Discount School Supply and National School Supply both offer discounts on supplies. Dick Blick does arts and crafts supplies at a discount. Resources for Reading has lots of LA supports with daily sales. Carson-Dellosa has tons of black line masters and other supports for all curricular areas.
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classroomdirect.com has almost everything.
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Oriental Trading has started carrying school supplies and educational items as well as their novelty items.

I also have bought supplies from scholastic.
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teacherdirect.com

They give your free shipping if you order $48 or more. Never been disappointed with my purchases. I use them for personal orders and my classroom purchase orders.


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I second that: Oriental Trading tends to be the cheapest of all, so I'd suggest to check for what you need there 1st, then try something else.
It works out best when several teachers get together and do a big order.
My top purchases there were materials for math stations (themed manipulatives e.g. bugs, airplanes, bolts and nuts) and a colorful Indian tepee that we use again and again for thanksgiving. I've seen those at no less than $70, OT had it at $20, good quality, kids assemble it pretty much alone :-)
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