Supply List 2018-2019
I am so excited to start my new class. I will need the following supplies for my classroom by SEPTEMBER 4th. This list is to be replenished or refilled in January.
- Box of washable markers
- 16 count box of crayons
- 3 glue sticks = 2 large/ 1 small
- Water color paints (2’s & Pre K only)
- 1 set of small bottled colored paint (3’s only)
- 1 box of super (skinny tip) washable markers (30 count)
- 1 bottle of tacky glue (3’s only)
- 2 medium bottles of ELMERS glue
- 1 pkg Expo dry erase markers for white boards (Pre K only)
- 1 any color washable stamp pad Please, NOT BLACK
- 2 folders (3’s and Pre k only)
- 1 composition note book (wide rule) not spiral(Pre k only)
- 1 Pencil Box (Pre k only)
- 2 reams of white computer paper
- 2 Boxes of tissues
- 1 pkg small paper plates(appetizer size)
- 2 boxes Dixie cups (200 count each-must be 5oz) not 3 oz.
- 400 count Bag of plastic spoons
- 1 pair of children’s Scissors (3’s and Pre K only)
- Full bag of napkins
- 1 package of plastic bowls
- 2 containers of wet wipes (minimum 100 count each) for after meals
- 1 Box of 1 gallon Ziploc bags
- 1 Box of 2 gallon Ziploc bags
Love, Your wonderful child!
As part of our parent participation in our Preschool, each parent is asked to provide a nutritious snack and drink on your child’s “Snack Day”. Please make sure that the snack is nutritious and not full of sugar. Snack is to include the main item and 100% juice or 1% milk, or water. Some good snack foods are: Peanut butter crackers, carrots and dip, muffins, fresh fruit, fruit cups, fruit bars, Trail mix with raisins, cheese and crackers, yogurt, frozen mini pancake, chili and chips, cheese sticks, just to name a few. A healthy snack menu is posted in your sign out book and on the parent board
Children get very excited about their “snack day”, please do your best to include them in the selection. Feel free to tie the snack into the weekly theme or color or shape of the week, which will be posted in the sign out book. We also ask that you capitalize on your culture/ holiday traditions or your child’s favorite recipe so that they can come and share with their classmates the meaning or importance of that food. This will help them in their literacy skills as well. Food is a wonderful source to develop your child’s sense of exploration and appreciation in trying other things. If you forget to bring a snack and drink on your snack day please inform the teacher and she will assign you a make up day and post it on the snack calendar. If your child is absent on his or her assigned day, you may bring snack in on an alternative day assigned by the teacher.
If you have any questions please see the teachers. Please read parent handbook for more details. Do not send cookies, cupcakes, chips…remember, HEALTHY!!!!! J
All supplies need to be turned in by September 4th.