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    Lori Davis 

    5th Grade

    Science and Math 

     

    2019-2020 Lamar Fifth Grade Supply List

    Fifth grade students will need a binder for each class.  These binders will contain everything needed for that class and will remain in the classroom.  Large binders and pencil pouches/boxes are unnecessary and will need to be kept in lockers or at home.  

    Supplies for Mrs. Schmidt’s ELA and Social Studies Binder

    • 1 inch hard binder with pockets--Characters and patterns are unnecessary.  A solid color is fine.
    • 1 package of 8 tab dividers
    • 1 package of wide ruled loose leaf notebook paper
    • 1 binder pencil pouch-any color

    Items to keep in pencil pouch:

    • Pencils
    • 1 or 2 fine point dry erase markers (any color)
    • 1 pack fine point highlighters-yellow, blue, orange, pink, and green
    • 1 glue stick

    Supplies for Mrs. Davis’s Math and Science Binder

    • 1 inch hard binder with pockets--Characters and patterns are unnecessary.  A solid color is fine.
    • 1 package of 8 tab dividers
    • 1 package of wide ruled loose leaf notebook paper
    • 1 binder pencil pouch-any color

    Items to keep in pencil pouch:

    • Pencils
    • 1 or 2 fine point dry erase markers (any color)
    • 1 glue stick or clear tape
    • 1 blue or black ink pen


    Optional Items for the Classroom

    • Copy paper
    • Tissues
    • Ziploc bags
    • Clorox Wipes
    • Tennis balls
    • Hole reinforcers

    Optional Items for Individual Student Use

    • Colored pencils (no markers)
    • Crayons
    • Scissors
    • Post-it notes
    • Little pencil sharpener
    • Pencil-top erasers

     

     

     

     

     

     

     

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