Where to buy those large notepads?

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  1. dgpiaffeteach

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    I'm trying to figure out where I can get one of those giant notepads that are like the size of a poster board but obviously with multiple sheets? I haven't gone out exploring yet to see if anyone has them but thought I'd check before I went!
     
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    Any of the office stores sell them. I splurged last year and bought one that has self adhesive on each sheet (like a huge post it note)so it will stick to the white board. It's great for sticking to places around the room where magnets don't work and tape will peel paint.
     
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    I always see them in Staples. They sell newsprint pads, too, which are much less expensive. They aren't quite as big as the other chart paper, though.
     
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    Thanks, everyone! Looks like I'll have to make a trip to Staples this week :)
     
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    If u have a teacher supply store in the area check there as well. They had them cheaper than staples in my area
     
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    I checked at a couple of office stores because I thought it'd be fun to try some anchor charting this year. They're expensive! I decided I'd have to go without. How do you guys afford those things?
     
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    We are able to order through our school supply budget. We can order lined (red/blue or just blue), grid, or blank, either portrait or landscape orientation. I don't remember how much they are, but it isn't much--around $5.00/pad of 75 sheets I think. Thank goodness it doesn't cost much that way--I use a ton!
     
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    Watch out for sales at big-box art supply places like Michaels.
     

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