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Bari Lopez

Published On: Mar 06 2012 11:25:35 AM CST   Updated On: Mar 06 2012 11:26:57 AM CST

Phone number: 608-204-1424

E-mail: blopez@madison.k12.wi.us

Items needed:

large stamp/ink pads
People-colored crayons
basic skills puzzles - alphabet,number,etc.
Photo paper and
colored ink cartridges
misc.art supplies - ex. beads,paper, feathers, tissue paper, sequence, etc..
building toys - ex. legoes, lincoln logs, mobilos...
large chart paper
construction paper
dry erase markers
vis-a-vis markers

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