Dumb Question - Butcher Paper

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  1. A_Pre-K_Teacher

    A_Pre-K_Teacher Rookie

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    Where can I buy it at and how much does it usually cost? Can you believe I have never bought it before? :eek:hmy:
     
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    If you are referring to the white paper that is shiny smooth on one side, you can usually find it in any paper product aisle at the grocery store, Walmart etc. Look for the aluminum foil and plastic wrap. Ask a clerk at the store if they have any. I remember being able to buy a couple different sizes. Hope this helps. Sometimes if you need brown paper you might be able to find a thinner version in the shipping/packing tape section of the store and sometimes in the gift wrap. Good luck!
     
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    For most things where you need to use butcher paper you can get paper for free at your local newspaper. They will give you the ends which actually has a lot of paper on it.
     
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    Back in the early 1980s, our day care used to provide this. It was wonderful! haven't thought much of it since then to be honest with you.
    I usually let the kids doodle on the leftover long pieces of scrap bulletin board paper and they are amused!
     

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