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Teacher Wish Lists

General Supply Wish List

  • Metal detector
  • Poster Boards
  • Construction Paper (high quality that doesn’t easily fade if possible)
  • Big Easel Paper (blueprint size)
  • Wet Wipes
  • Pencil-top Erasers
  • Hearing Aid/CI Batteries
  • 3×5 cards (lined & unlined)

Preschool Wish List

  • Liquid Elmer’s glue
  • Wet wipes
  • Washable markers

Kindergarten/1st Grade Wish List

  • Circle time rug
  • Die cut machine
  • Label maker
  • Hot glue gun/glue
  • Craft supplies
  • Extra rain coats with hoods
  • Kindergarten Journal (1/2 pic, 1/2 lined) Composition Notebooks
  • Magnifying glasses
  • Binoculars
  • Clothes pins (both pinching and non pinching)
  • Amazon Wish List

1st & 2nd Grade Wish List

3rd & 4th Grade Wish List

  • Magnetic storage pockets
  • Sticker journals
  • Colored drinking cup holder clips/clamps for desks
  • Seasonal arts and crafts projects
  • Mindfulness coloring books for kids
  • Board games for inside recess
  • Books for our classroom library (4th/5th grade level)
  • Graphic novels for kids
  • Gift certificate -Teachers Pay Teachers
  • Gift card – Lakeshore Learning
  • Bulletin board borders
  • 4″ or 5″ bulletin board letters 
  • Small prize box items 
  • Card stock paper 
  • Teacher magazines
  • Individually wrapped snacks
  • Small stainless steel water bottles in various colors
  • Colorful Sharpie markers
  • Fun word finds or dot-to-dot activities
  • Solid colored large round floor rug
  • Flex-space comfy floor seats
  • Reusable write and wipe pockets
  • Colorful dry erase markers — thin 

Middle School Wish List

  • Teacher Pay Teachers gift certificate (wonderful source for curriculum support, items cost about $5 each)
  • Books to add to the classroom library (new or gently used, grades 2-9, fiction, nonfiction, graphic novels, any genre!)
  • Family volunteers to come in and teach basic information on cultural holidays that are important in their home; maybe we can have some food together based on the holiday. We will interpret if needed!
  • Family members to talk to the class about their current or past jobs (what job did you have in high school?), trips, tell about growing up in another country or another part of the US, share interests (woodworking, book making, music, photography, sports, baking, art, etc). We will interpret for you if needed!

Thank you so much for your support!