I would like to ask everyone a question. Does your school/district impose a copy limit? If so, what is your limit and do you feel you get enough with which to teach? Many of my teacher friends just roll their eyes when they hear that I have a copy limit at my school, because they think it's rather absurd. I'm sure other schools impose copy limits, and I'd love to know what they are. My school gives us 1,000 per month (per classroom, regardless of the number of students we have). I feel like I barely have enough to get through my lessons (about 2 copies, per child, per day), and that doesn't include homework, extra sheets for students who need to redo, etc. I find SOOOO many good ideas online, but so many of them required me to copy something. Since I only get enough for one math sheet and one Language arts sheet per day, I never have enough for writing, social studies, science, health, etc. Copy paper isn't the issue, they just won't give us access to more than 1,000 copies per month. They don't roll over either, so I have to be on the ball to copy for the next month during months like December when we have a few extra copies to spare because of the holidays. I really hate the limits imposed on copies, and I just wondered if others have the same struggle and if you've found a way around it besides spending your own money at the copy shop. I am a tree lover, so I myself don't want to go "hog wild" on copies, but there are times I wish I had more that just 2 per student, per day. I do lots of hands-on games and activities, but many times even those require a few copies. I can barely spare them. Just wanted to commiserate!