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Kinder:
*A tub/pencil box/shoe box for school supplies (to teach organization). 
*Scissors 
*Pencils (I'd recommend only giving them 4 sharpened, one for every day of the week, then sharpening them before the week starts. Pencils disappear quickly)
*purple gluesticks as needed (give these to them one at a time! These also disappear quickly)
*crayons/markers
*black sharpie (very rarely)
*watercolor paints
*counters for math about 30. You can use so many different things: pennies, small lego pieces, little shopkins characters, dry beans, craft pom-pom balls, or fun seasonal erasers from the dollar section
*paper (scrap paper, computer paper, construction paper)
 
by the middle of the year (if our online journey is that long)
*a ruler with centimeters and inches
*a coin purse with w/8 quarters, 10 dimes, 10 nickels, 30 pennies (I know coins are hard to come by now, play or printable coins will work too)
*a deck of playing cards with the face value cards taken out (Dollar Tree has 2 sets for $1)
*dominoes (Dollar Tree has a great mini set, perfect for little hands)
 
1st-Grade:
scissors, colored pencils or crayons, a ruler, construction paper, a glue stick, pencils and a notebook   
 

2nd- Grade: 

  • Glue sticks 
  • Scissors
  • Pencils
  • Crayons, markers or colored pencils
  • Blank paper 
  • A black pen or sharpie
  • Watercolors 
  • Construction paper (one multicolor package)

 

3rd-Grade:

3 Composition Books (Science, History, and Literature)

Colored pencils

Pencils, Pens

Supplies for Math Intermediate 5

3 Ring Binder

 

4th-Grade:

3 Composition Books (Science, History, and Literature)

Colored pencils

Pencils, Pens

Supplies for Math Intermediate 5

3 Ring Binder

 

5th- Grade:

Essentials: 

  • a computer with a keyboard, camera, and microphone (each student should have their own. Contact the h.loose@chpcs.org if you need to borrow one.)
  • internet access
  • headphones 
  • a table or desk where the student can work during the school day  
  • 8.5x11 white paper
  • loose leaf lined paper
  • 1.5" binder
  • 3-hole punch
  • pens 
  • pencil
  • markers
  • colored pencils
  • pencil sharpener
  • scissors
  • glue stick

Nice to have: 

  • dividers for the binder (labels: math, writing, riggs, science, history, chinese or spanish) 
  • tape
  • sharpie
  • stapler 
  • graph paper
  • printer

 

6th-Grade:

  • Fine point dry erase markers (black or dark colors please)
  • 3 3-subject spiral notebooks or 7-8 single-subject spiral notebooks. (no composition books- they do not lie flat for photographing/turning in)
  • Blue or black ink pens
  • highlighter
  • Colored pencils or markers (student preference)
  • Post-it notes
  • Glue sticks
  • Scissors
  • Ruler
Supplies for Math Course 2: 
Students will need either 1- 3 subject notebook or 2- 1 subject notebooks. Dry erase markers, blue and black colored pens, a ruler, protractor, glue sticks, compass and scissors.

 

7th- Grade: 

  • Black or blue ballpoint pens
  • Colored pencils or crayons
  • 1 large 3 subject notebook, or 3 separate smaller notebooks for History, English, and Science
  • blank paper for drawing maps and drafting for projects
  • A basic folder
  • A bottle of glue  
  • 2 notebooks for math
  • graph paper for math
  • protractor, ruler, and compass for math and homeroom assignments

 

8th-Grade:

  • Computer device with web access (we have options available, if your student does not have an appropriate device)
  • White board markers
  • Planner (supplied by school and picked up the last week of August)
  • Lined paper for writing
  • Pens of any color except pink, yellow, or purple
  • Well lit area to photograph hand written work

 

Chinese:

Students will need handwriting practice paper attached to this email for 2nd grade and up. 2nd to 4th-grade students also need to prepare pencils and erasers. From 5th grade and up each student will need to prepare a fountain pen and ink.   

 

Spanish:

A lined composition notebook, flash cards, dark ink pen or fine tip marker (no pencils so that when students scan or photograph their work, the dark ink will be easier to read).  

 

Art

8 1/2 x 11 sketchbook to take notes, journal, practice techniques, and produce their work in.