• school supplies

    Mrs. Hansbury's  
    Supply List
    Although some of these items may seem unconventional, it is because I am trying to prepare for the various learning environments that we will most likely be fluctuating between throughout this school year. 
    1. Egg timer or some other simple timer that can sit right where your child will be working when at home each day and that they can easily set by themselves.  This is important as we expect to be jumping between synchronous and asynchronous teaching throughout our at-home school days.  
    2. 1-inch clear view binder with inside pocket.  This pocket will act as their home folder.  Therefore, if it does not have the inside pocket, then your child will also need an additional folder.   
    3. Reinforced 3-hole punched loose leaf paper, a few packs.
    4. 3-ring binder dividers, 8 pack.  The poly, or plastic ones, are recommended.                                                         
    5. Dry erase markerboard. Rougly 9x12.
    6. Dry erase markers, at least a 5 pack.
    7. Pencil box with plenty of pencils and extra erasers.
    8. 2 extra large book socks to cover textbooks.
    9. An old sock that we will use a white board eraser.
    10. Optional: a pair of headphones for computer learning.
Last Modified on August 22, 2020