Back-To-School Essential checklist for each school level students.

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Back-To-School Essential checklist for each school level students.

Hi guys. Time flies.  Now It's almost time for students to returning school. Do you know how to get fully prepared for upcoming back-to-school essentials? Don't worry,  I got you guys a shopping checklist for each school level's students. Let's check it out. 

Preschool 

  • 1 art smock
  • Change of clothes for spills or accidents
  • 2 freezer packs for lunch boxes
  • 1 lunch bag or lunch box
  • Packaged hand wipes (slip them into lunch boxes for wiping dirty hands before snack time)
  • Packaged snacks (healthy choices include pretzels, nuts—if allowed—and dried fruit)
  • Plastic crayon keeper or box to store craft projects
  • Plastic drink container with flip top to stop spills before they happen
  • Pocket tissue packs
  • Resealable gallon-sized plastic bags for taking home craft projects
  • Shoes with slip-proof soles to prevent hallway spills
  • Small umbrella

Elementary school 

  • 1 art smock
  • 1 backpack large enough to fit a lunch box, folders, and supplies
  • 1 box of crayons (16-count)
  • 1 pack of washable markers (8-count)
  • 1 bottle of glue (8 ounces)
  • 4 glue sticks
  • 2 freezer packs for lunch boxes
  • Packaged hand wipes (slip them into lunch boxes for wiping dirty hands before snack time)
  • Hooded waterproof jacket for drizzly days on the playground
  • 1 large pink eraser
  • 1 lunch bag or lunch box
  • 4 No. 2 pencils
  • Packaged snacks (healthy choices include pretzels, nuts—if allowed—and dried fruit)
  • Plastic crayon keeper or box to store craft projects
  • Plastic drink container with flip top to stop spills before they happen
  • Plastic toolbox to store scissors, glue, and other supplies
  • 4 folders with pockets
  • Pocket tissue packs
  • 1 pair of safety scissors
  • Shoes with slip-proof soles to prevent playground accidents
  • 1 small pencil sharpener
  • Small umbrella
  • Resealable gallon-sized plastic bags for taking home craft projects

Middle School 

  • Agenda or planner to keep track of homework assignments
  • Backpack
  • Binder dividers
  • 1 binder per subject
  • Compass (one without a sharp metal point will be the safest)
  • 1 folder per subject for handouts
  • 2 highlighters in different colors
  • 1 pack of No. 2 pencils (12-count)
  • Loose-leaf paper (wide-ruled)
  • Pens
  • Protractor
  • Ruler
  • Mini stapler
  • 1 three-subject spiral notebook
  • Zip drive or USB drive to save work done on home and school computers

High School 

  • Agenda or planner to keep track of homework assignments
  • Backpack
  • Binder dividers
  • 1 binder per subject
  • 1 folder per subject for handouts
  • Calculator, if allowed
  • 2 highlighters in different colors
  • 1 pack of No. 2 pencils (12-count)
  • Loose-leaf paper (college-ruled or wide- ruled)
  • 2 packages of 1/4-inch graph paper
  • Pens
  • Ruler
  • Mini stapler
  • 1 three- or five-subject spiral notebook
  • Zip drive or USB drive to save work done on home and school computers

(Source is from: realsimple.com )

 

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