08-01-2013, 01:50 PM
Join Date: May 2007
Re: School supply lists
Ticonderoga pencils cost more up front but save money (and strife) in the long run.
I didn't know anyone used chubby pencils anymore. There's been so many studies showing it's like an adult trying to write with one of those comically large pencils. Every school I know of uses golf pencils.
Originally Posted by Rhianna'sMommy
Our lists are very reasonable. Here is my soon to be Kindergarteners list. The towel will be sent home after the first month or so of school when they stop having rest time after lunch.
Please bring the following supplies to leave at school. Please label * with First and last name.
*Box of crayons (8 only)
* White Elmers glue (medium size)
* 1 glue stick
* 2 chubby pencils
* Scissors ( We recommend Fiskars for children)
* Supply bag or box (about 6” x 9”)
* School Bag to carry to school each day - one easily opened and closed by child
- and that will hold shoes & snow pants in winter
Box of Washable Markers
Large bath towel for rest - NO mats 1 box Kleenex
1 or 2 bottle of liquid hand soap
***Optional Items (to be shared by all):
White board Dry Erase black markers
I'm thinking only 1/3-1/2 of the kids bring in everything on the list. So, it's making up for that.
Originally Posted by ashersmomoo
Almost all of ours were brand specific! And one kid is supposed to have 3 DOZEN glue sticks. Seriously!? What are they doing with the glue that a class of kindergarteners needs almost 1,000 glue sticks!?
The bill was over $150.
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