White board markers
White board erasers
The Literacy Department: Mrs. Phillips, Mrs. Eisenberg, Mrs. Noone
- “In short, the habits we form from childhood make no small difference, but rather they make all the difference.” (Aristotle)
- “Any book that helps a child to form a habit of reading, to make reading one of his deep and continuing needs, is good for him.” (Richard McKenna)
- “Reading is to the mind what exercise is to the body.” (Joseph Addison)
- Boxes of tissue paper as many as possible, especially before the flu season starts
- Jigsaw Puzzles
- Jules Verne books: Twenty Thousand Leagues Under the Sea etc.
- Connect four Game
- Double-sided tape rolls: 5
- Mounting tabs: 6 (sold at teacher supply store, used to attach posters to the walls without damaging the paint)
- Measuring cups
- Measuring tapes
- Old clipboards
- Old clocks (for students to open and explore)
- Paper plates/cups
- Science magazines
- Toy cars: hot wheels
- Used board games
- Black/color ink cartridge for HP LaserJet 1200 series
- Copies of book: "The Way Things Work" and "The Way New Things Work"
- CD player (used will be fine!)
- Contact me to give a short in-class presentation to students about your hobby or job that involves Physical Science topics. Example: If you scuba dive, I can use your expertise when I am teaching buoyancy.
- Any old/current science magazines especially Kids Discover, Zoobooks, National Geographic kids etc.
- Wet wipes
- S cable: to connect computer to the TV in the classroom
- DVDs: Amazing Planet or Planet Earth, Africa's Wild Life or any science related movies or documentaries.
List up-to-date as of September 23, 2010
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