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Mary Sprecher

Published On: Jul 25 2011 02:17:32 PM CDT

Phone number: 608-355-3910

E-mail: msprecher@baraboo.k12.wi.us

Items needed:

FOR 3RD GRADE CLASSROOM:
*Ziploc Bags, Quart or Gallon Size (Quantity: Many)
*Clipboards for 8 1/2" x 11" paper(Quantity: 10)
*Healthy Snacks to have at Milk Break (Crackers, Pretzels, etc.)
*Classroom Music, CDs or tapes - Fun kids songs, relaxing, holiday, classical,...
*#2 Pencils
*Glue Sticks
*White Cardstock
*Small Prizes for Prize Box
*Calculators: Texas Instruments 108 (Quantity: 10)
*Board Games for Indoor Recess
*Stickers

Items received:

Game for indoor recess
#2 pencils

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