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Kim Lindsey

Published On: Aug 02 2011 12:56:39 PM CDT

Phone Number: 608 - 361 - 4354

Items Needed:

Individual dry erase boards. (4 - 6 for children to use in the writing center.

dry erase markers

Magna Doodle boards(2 or 3 for children to use in the writing center.)

Dinosaurs

Crayola crayons - 8 count bigger size

Crayola crayons - 16 count

Washable Crayola markers - big and small

Elmer's glue sticks (many are needed)

sentence strips

Pony beads - various colors

Pencils

Dominos - for use in math activities and free exploration.

floor puzzles for children 4 - 6 years of age.

small plastic containers for storage

(shoe box size)

Children's board games (age appropriate for 4 - 6 year olds)

Circle time carpet - one with a design that will give each child their own space to sit. Class size of 18 children. (Example Lakeshore Learning Materials Catalog p.54 - item RR441) .

Activity table for Legos - something that children can build upon.

Sharpie Markers

Sticky Note pads

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