What do you need?SS/Science: 5 subject NotebookE.L.A. (Mrs. Tiger): 3 subject NotebookRead 180 (Mrs. Seiler): 3 ring binder- please check her supply listMath: FolderStudents must also be prepared with the following in a zipper SOFT, FLEXIBLE pencil cas:a pencila small assortment of colored pencils or crayonsdry erase marker and old clean sock to eraseear buds (dollor store or 5 below)a few pensGLUE STICKS! PLENTY!!!!High lighterA pencil box OR gallon zip lock to store extras
GREEN communication folder: This folder has student calendar and student schedule on the covers. Students are NOT to use this folder for any accademic work unless specifically given permission by a teacher. Each subject has its own folder or notebook, so use them appropriately..
Look what we found in our butterfly garden last year! Green Club planted LOTS of butterfly attracting plants AND preserved our milkweed! DO NOT TOUCH, but look ALL you want. Check out the butterfly houses out there too!These are monarch butterfly caterpillars. They are quite large now, so soon they will be forming their chrysalises. Monarchs are super special; they ONLY plant the caterpillars eat and adult butterflies lay eggs on are milk weed. Unfortunately, people are cutting it down and treating it like a weed. Please don't! You can see the leaf and the pod. Soon the pod will open and release the seeds so new milk weed can grow!Check it out!
September 20, 2018
- All students should have ear buds with them in class. Five below has inexpensive buds perfect for what we need. Please put them in a clear sandwich bag with your child's full name and homeroom teacher written on it.
- Students are also expected to carry a small box of crayons or colored pencils (6-8 colors will do) in their pencil cases in binders.
- Supplies are VERY important each day!
- Please help your child take care of his/her belongings. NEVER throw papers away, but maybe help organize folders he/she is having some difficulty.
20 plants you can grow at home from "scraps" - renewable or nonrenewable??For Science Early Finishers:
There's something inspiring on Wonderville.org and thought it might spark your curiosity, too! Wonderville.org is an award-winning online destination for interactive Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics (STEM) resources and fun activities. Students may play the games and watch the videos below.
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