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Are you on a cart or classroom? This will make a difference when it comes to
organization. To make sure you get a good start, make sure you have plenty
of drawing paper, colored paper, scissors, glue, crayons, markers, sharpies
(I know, I know, but they are the greatest! *L*), and good teacher reference
books for lesson ideas. The way I always make my order is to sit down and go
through the catalog page by page and pick out everything I want. Then I add
it all up and start cutting. I find it easier to eliminate those things I
know I just want, or to order less of things I need. If you have no budget
to worry about, get whatever supplies you want, as you'll probably get less
financial support next year!
> Most of you know that I am new at this after many self-contained classroom
> years. I'm already stressing out and now I just got news that the retiring
> Art teacher didn't put in an order for this year.
> I have no clue what to order for 500 students K-5 for Art! CAn anyone
> out some basics I might want to have on hand that would give me a start?
> Like Lydia, I'm really excited, but completely overwhelmed! I could put
> together a Third grade classroom in my sleep, but this is new territory.
> Sally ^.^ salnmike (also in Ohio)
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