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Supply List Grades K-2

This year will be an amazing year filled with learning and growing. Here is a list of supplies we will need for a successful year. All of these items will be readily available at stores in your area that sells school supplies or on Amazon.com. If you have difficulties obtaining these items, please notify your teacher.

Preferred

Digital Learning Essentials

  • computer/laptop (touchscreen preferred)
  • 1 set of headphones (noise cancelling preferred)
  • 1 package dry erase markers
  • 1 small white board/dry erase board

Writing, Drawing and Working with Text

  • Sharpened #2 pencils & erasers
  • 3 highlighters (yellow, green, and your choice)
  • 1 primary writing journal (with guidelines & space for drawing at the top)
  • 2 single subject spiral notebooks (wide ruled)
  • Blank white copy paper
  • Post-it notes
  • 2 packs of note cards
  • Box of colored pencils
  • Box of crayons (at least 24)
  • Glue & glue sticks
  • Kid-safe scissors

Math Manipulatives

  • 2 6-sided dice
  • Two types of large beans, small rocks or cereal (separate in easy to use containers)
  • Pennies & dimes
  • Popsicle sticks
  • 12″ Inch ruler with both inches and centimeters
  • Unifix cubes, two-color counters and base 10 block linked in optional are highly recommended

Organization

  • Pencil box/pouch
  • 1 pencil sharpener
  • 3 folders with pockets and binder holes
  • 3 ring binder: 1½ inch, with a clear cover pocket
  • Plastic Storage Crate or similar size box

Optional

  • Blue Light Screen glasses like these
  • Printer (this may be a specific need for your learner)
  • Box of washable magic markers
  • Dry erase pocket (can also be found at a dollar store)

Math

Language Arts

  • Choice books, magazines/newspapers, subscriptions to kid magazines (e.g. National Geographic Kids, Scholastic, Highlights), Foam or plastic letters (kinder only)

Science

  • Magnifying glass (any)
  • Tin foil trays for experiments
  • Makerspace items: Recyclables for projects (pizza box, plastic jugs, lids, caps, cereal box, paper rolls, plastic containers, etc.), yarn/twine, tape, paper clips, bobbles/feathers/pompoms, your imagination!

History & Social Studies

  • Maps from amusement/water parks, museums, nature trails, etc., Primary source materials, Written & oral stories of family history