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Tuesday, August 7, 2012

Kindergarten School Supply List

My friend wanted me to grab a copy of the school supply list for her Kindergarten child. She was looking online and she can't find any list so; I gave her this list that I got from Wal-Mart. Take note that each school differ as to the requirements so; as parents, the best thing that you can do is to visit the school and talk to the teacher/adviser.

Large backpack
small school box
Elmer's White Glue (4 0z)
16 Glue sticks
Fiskar scissors (blunt tip
Box of Crayola fat markers (classic colors)
Composition Book (no spiral)
Single Holle Punch
Computer Headphones in ziploc bag with name
crayola crayons 24pcs
2 boxes of tissues
2 sanitizing wipes
pencil box
boxes of #2 pencils sharpened 12 ct
box of snacks (cookies, crackers, pretzels)
large eraser
Mead primary Journal

Some teachers require more for a year supply use of the child. Some school specify that backpacks should have no wheels. There are also schools that require 1 pk of small paper plates and 2 boxes of sandwich ziploc bags. Anyway, find time to visit the school and talk to the teacher. I am sure, she has a print out list for you.

1 comment:

  1. ah, I can totally relate. I have 2 school kids and the list of school supply is never ending.


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