Online is the way to go. On Amazon.com you can get supplies far cheaper than in stores.
There are stores that specialize in products for the classroom, but what they sell there is very expensive. Many teachers have extra items they no longer use and often they are happy to share them. Walmart is also a good source for certain items...even yard sales offer items very cheaply that you may be able to use.
I get a bunch of stuff at the dollar store for my classroom. You can get many items from bulletin board borders to containers. I do go to the teacher store for a few items, I invest in a fade less bulletin board roll each year. I put the background color up once a year and that is my color for the year. Some teacher use fabric but I think the fade less looks nicer and is easily changeable with what you put on top.
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