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Nicole Anderson

Published On: Mar 14 2012 07:22:13 AM CDT
Updated On: Mar 14 2012 07:23:48 AM CDT

Phone number: 608-214-8978

E-mail: nanderson@edgewood.edu

Items needed:

snacks (vanilla wafers, crackers, goldfish crackers, pretzels)

tempra paints (all colors)

stencils (kids stencils, letters, numbers, animals, etc.)

easy clean bean bag chairs

masking tape

mittens and hats

small plants (to teach about plants and to build responsibility in the classroom)

disposable cameras (for family project;14)

carpet squares

construction paper (any color or size!)

large-sized beads and any volunteers for reading or math!!!!!

Thank you so much!! We appreciate it

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