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Michelle Blau

Published On: Mar 19 2012 12:52:15 PM CDT   Updated On: Mar 19 2012 12:52:53 PM CDT

Phone Number: 204-1500

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

Items Needed:

3 boxes of crayola markers (primary colors)
2 rolls of correction tape from the Learning Shop
1 roll of wide highliter tape-(Learning Shop)
1 skinny roll of high liter tape (Learning shop)
1 Box of Chalk
1 Rubber chalkboard eraser.
15 Small white boards for individual use (Learning Shop)
10 Black Dry Erase markers
1 box of Dry erase markers- multiple colors
15 1 inch binders
1 box of plastic sleeves
3 packs of assorted consrtuction paper approx. 9x12
6 Gluesticks
5 boxes of 24 crayola crayons
30 Ticondaroga Pencils - This brand doesn't break as easily
Recycled or used bookselves, storage containers and lids, organzier units for toys or office supplies.
Toys for freechoice for the 5 and 6 year olds or alternative instructional tools:
-playdough
-clay
-Fisher Price:people, cars, homes, business etc.
-Trucks and Cars
-Plastic dishes and plastic food for the house area.
-Go fish cards with Alphabet letters
I need dry erase markers! Thanks.
- 20 thin point
- 10 wide point

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