Teacher's Wish List!
In the Family Consumer Science room, I am wishing for:
2 sewing machines (janome preferably)
Sets of dish towels
Sets of wash rags
Hand washing soap
These are just some things that would be nice to have without using my budget up.
We have 4 kitchen units so it is so nice to have plenty of supplies.
I will let you know if I think of anything else!
For the Art Department we could use,
Wet wipes/Clorox Wipes
Toilet paper rolls
Regular Sized Elmer’s Glue Bottles
Bulk amount of plain T-shirts
Ice cream pails or buckets
Any spare bulk craft supplies (I can use anything)
Any old frames in bulk
Large containers to hold items (brushes, odds and ends, etc.)
My wish list includes: Social Studies
-Classroom set (30) compasses
-Classroom set of desktop atlases
-2 U.S. flags
-Kinetic sand ($18.99/box + tax) at Art & Learn
(30 boxes + sterilite 8x13 lidded containers for each box of sand-We use these for landforms in geography. The students love it!)
-5 to 10 handheld GPS units
-Classroom set of adult-size scissors
I’m sure there’s more but it’s a start. These may not fit the criteria; but I’ll leave it to you to take items off the list. I know if we had these items they could and would be shared through the middle school. (Ok, I might hoard the kinetic sand… but I’d share everything else.)
Our wish list for the Oak Grove music department would include a couple really big ticket items.
I know we would love to have a nice 7 or 9-foot Steinway piano someday for rehearsal and performance.
These grand pianos are in the $40,000.00 to $80,000.00 range, but since it is a "wish" list, perhaps that is appropriate to mention it. Another big ticket item would be a Rosewood Marimba. These also run in the $10,000.00 to $20,000.00 range.
Soli Deo Gloria!
Math Department, I could use a decent rolling table (ex. Michelle Forness) for use with my technology items. My old metal table came from the 50’s I think and doesn’t roll very well anymore.
Oak Grove Lutheran Elementary Wish Lists 2014-15
LEGOS for an After-School Lego Club at the Elementary.
Hobby Lobby – Tri-beads in clear red and white, wooden ornaments in apple and snowflake shapes, Sparkle Mod Podge
LakeshoreLearning – Question of the Day, Gift Card, 4 letter word puzzles, Literature-based learning centers, Help Yourself Language Trays, Phonemic Awareness match-ups middle sounds, Picture Word match 3-letter words, Sight words Tactile cards, Sight word Bingo game, Sight-word puzzles all levels, Sight Word Sentence Builder Kit, Sight word Learning Centers Any and All, Sound it out Phonics Puzzles, Flip to Spell 3 Letter words, Spill to Spell 4 letter words, Twist & turn word builders 3 letter and 4 letter words, Button sorting centers, Match and Connect math boards
Mrs. Domitrovich: Kindergarten
School Specialty catalog or .com – Copernicus Shared Reading Centers; (item #6-089702-030; $499.00)
Ikea – Frame-pine; (item #000.636.72; $49.99)
6 bins (white); (item #800.892.39; $3 each = $18)
LakeshoreLearning catalog or .com –
Place Value Blocks; (RA-991; $29.99)
Giant Magnetic Write & Wipe Number Lines (whole
numbers); (GG-832; $19.99)
Sentence Strip Storage Box; (LC-1561; $6.99)
Gift Card from LakeshoreLearning, Art and Learn,
Michaels, or Hobby Lobby
Mrs. Caspers: Kindergarten
Fisher Price Dollhouse and accessories
Lakeshore Learning Gift Card
Art n Learn Gift Card
Target Gift Card
Leap Frog Tag Reader (2-3)
Leap Frog Tag Reader Books (appropriate for Kindergarteners)
Jonti Craft Bookshelves (or something like them.)
Mrs. Zinter: Kindergarten
Joann Fabrics or Michaels -Stickers, Play dough, Alphabet stamps
Joann Fabrics - Storage cart with 10 drawers - multicolored
Mrs. Hausauer: 1st Grade
Mr. Schumacher: 1st Grade
Mrs. Spriggs: 1st Grade
18 white Sterilite ice cube trays, (Barcode #7314972508, $3.99 each)
8-12 standard rolls of paper towels
Really Good Stuff:
240 lowercase magnetic letters and storage case, (Item #305199AHN, $39.99)
Spaceman Deluxe Kit, (Item #162076AHN, $29.99)
“I have____who has________” academic vocabulary game for Grades 1&2, (Item #161354AHN)
Early Story Starters in a Jar, (Item #158992AHN, $9.99)
Helping Hands Around the Clock, (Item #158635AHN, $6.29)
Art & Learn: Gift card for any amount.
Mrs. Gillette: 2nd Grade
18 white Sterilite ice cube trays (Barcode #7314972508, $3.99 each)
Really Good Stuff: “I have____who has________” academic vocabulary game for Grades 1&2, (Item #161354AHN)
I would also like 18 clocks for the students to use where the hour hand moves with the minute hand.
I could use a cd player with multiple headphone jacks.
Gift Card to Art and Learn
Educational games geared towards 2nd graders (7 and 8 years old).
Mr. Odland: 2nd Grade
Board games for winter recess
Craft supplies for winter recess
Storage totes of all sizes
Storage carts with drawers
Mrs. Rehder: 3rd Grade
Decks of cards (5)
Yarn (any color)
Ink pads (any color)
Rubber bands (small size)
Mrs. Skovlund: 3rd Grade
Legos! Lots of them! I want some to use for math and also some for recess
Prizes for rewards. Small toys, gum, erasers, cool pencils, anything a kid would like as a reward
Money to buy scholastic online audiobooks for stories.
Feathers, foam stickers, glitter, sequins, glitter glue, paint, or puff paint. Or just hobby lobby gift cards to get these things. We use them for special projects throughout the year.
Mrs. Swanson: 4thGrade
Electric pencil sharpener
Large fake Christmas Tree to use each year
Stickers to use for grading
Something that can be used for student mailboxes, need at least 15 slots
Chapter books that come with a cd or some kind of audio
Mrs. Zuehlsdorff: 4thGrade
Point 2 View USB Document Camera $69
Point 2 View Microscope Adapter Set $19
Height Extension Stand for P2V USB Doc Camera $24
Sprogs Round Bean Bag Chairs 35” Diameter (blue and green) $67 each
Norwood Tabletop Lectern with Base $189
Play Doh (16 cans)
Wikki Stix Rainbow Pak $6.00 at Amazon (3)
Nature Saver Recycled Clipboards (12) $2 each at Bulk Office Supply
Copernicus Regal Reading/Writing Center $270 Amazon
Mrs. Adams: 5thGrade
12” X 12” clear plastic storage boxes (usually found with scrapbooking supplies)
Variety of Washi tape
Clear plastic traveling soap dishes (to hold card games)
Clear plastic pencil boxes
Mrs. Molm: Library
Stress balls, squishy balls, or koosh balls
Legos (new or used)
FitBall seating discs (3)
Any silent fidget toy or puzzle
Barnes and Noble gift card, Walmart, or Hobby Lobby
Mrs. Libbrecht: Counselor