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Lori Longhini

Published On: Mar 19 2012 01:05:57 PM CDT   Updated On: Mar 19 2012 01:07:46 PM CDT

Phone number: 608-204-1920

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

Items needed:

Inexpensive DVD player

Multi subject zipper 3 ring binders (TrapperKeepers)

1 inch 3 ring binders

Markers

Colored pencils

Pencils

Electric Pencil Sharper

Hand sanitizer

Gift cards (fast food, Target, Walmart) in small amounts to give students as rewards

High interest novels for classroom library

Graphic novels

Radio with CD player and head phones for books on disc

Tall book shelf

Flashdrives to save student work

A few combination Master Locks100 piece puzzles

Educational games like Mancala, Scrabble, Scategories, Apples to Apples,

Yahtzee, cards, etc.

Tag Board (poster board)

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