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Third Grade Supply List
Updated: Aug 11th, 2020 - School Year : 2020-2021 - Grade: 3 - All Third Grade Teachers
Updated: Aug 11th, 2020
School Year: 2020-2021
Grade: 3
All Third Grade Teachers
QTY
ITEM
QUALIFIERS
1
Hand Sanitizer, Bottle(s)
Small, Personal, (to supplement district provided classroom supply)
1
Lotion
Small, Personal, Hand
1
Canister(s) of Disinfecting Wipes
(we ask that families continue to provide, when able and stock is available, throughout the year)
1
Box(es) of Facial Tissues
(we ask that families continue to provide, when able and stock is available, throughout the year)
2
Face Mask
(or more) Washable, (This should Be comfortable, Cover both your nose and mouth and fit around your chin as well, Fit snuggly around your nose, Be made of at least 2 layers of cloth), Not N95 Mask
1
School Supply Box / Pencil Box (Plastic)
Pencil Box
1
Markers, Box(es)
(8 or 12 count, washable)
1
Colored Pencils, Box(es)
(24 count)
3
Highlighters, Assorted Colors
2
Sharpie® Permanent Markers
Black
4
Dry Erase Markers
(any color)
1
Sock
or cloth, or white board eraser
1
Box(es) of #2 Pencils
(wood or mechanical) for the year.
1
Pencil Sharpeners
(Manual), with a lid
2
Erasers
Large, pink or white
4
Composition Notebook Wide Ruled
(non‐spiral)
1
Sketchbook 8 1/2" x 11"
Spiral Bound
1
Scissors
Sharp pair of 5‐7 inch
3
Glue Sticks
1
Ruler
1
Headphones
Pair, in a zip lock bag with name on it. No EAR BUDS! (the jack must have two rings to function)
1
Backpack
1
Reusable Water Bottle
Sealable, for the classroom
1
Laptop
(Google Compatible), or Tablet, (We will be encouraging students to bring these devices to class to support a blended model of learning.)
1
Keyboard
Standard, (We will be encouraging students to bring these devices to class to support a blended model of learning.)
1
Webcam
(We will be encouraging students to bring these devices to class to support a blended model of learning.)
1
Microphone
(We will be encouraging students to bring these devices to class to support a blended model of learning.)