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Kate Simonds

Published On: Aug 10 2011 12:46:07 PM CDT

Phone number: 608-838-8999

Email: kates@commonthreadsmadison.org

Items needed:

Educational software for computers (esp. for basic skills in literacy and math)

Touch screen computer

Leveled readers

Mini, portable DVD players and children’s DVDs

Fans (small/tabletop and large)

A new van (for our community outings!)

Clorox wipes, hand santizer

Pens, construction paper, computer paper, velcro, batteries

Books on CD (with the books to read along)

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