Supply List and Information
Class Supply List and InformationSupply List for Ms. Arnold’s 4th grade
1 white t-shirt that fits the student so we can tye-dye them for the Marshall Gallop. It does not need to
be new. Please write their name on the inside of the collar in permanent marker.
1 personal refillable, sturdy water bottle to keep in their cubby all year
1 personal set of inexpensive headphones for iPad use
2 composition (NOT loose-leaf) notebooks - one for English and one for Science
1 folder for transporting homework and notices to and from school
1 package loose leaf wide lined paper
Many pencils (Dixon or Ticonderoga preferred), but NO mechanical pencils will be allowed
1 large eraser
Students will NOT need glue this year, and they will not be allowed to keep any in their desks
1 personal pencil sharpener of excellent quality that has shavings storage. This item is very important.
1 box of colored pencils for personal use and a pencil bag to store them in.
2-3 dry erase markers, finer line, not the thick ones
1 ruler with both centimeters and inches marked on it
2 plain color folders with pockets and page holding brads – students will turn these in for communal class use
1 large box of Kleenexes apiece for the whole class to share – also stored communally
1 ½” binder
Note: fidget spinners and slime will not be allowed in the classroom. However, fidget cubes and Tangles will be allowed.
Please donate one or several of the following much needed items to turn in for all-class use.
Needed, but not required to bring items are:
18” x 23” or 22” x 22” or 15”x15” or similar size sticky note paper for student team poster making
(sold in pads)
A strong, indestructible stapler to donate to all class use.
A high quality electric pencil sharpener
Hand sanitizer or sanitizing wipes
Black, fine tipped dry erase markers
Colored sharpie markers – for all class use- cannot be kept in student desks due to graffiti problems
Paper towels or Kleenex
Class snacks that will keep well and are individually packaged (sometimes someone didn’t have breakfast or forgets to bring food for a field trip)
Any set of inexpensive objects that could be used as a small class reward for good behavior/homework completion
Duct tape or clear packaging mailing tape
An extra set of colored pencils for communal use
Old or new manilla folders
A package of colored copying paper
Very heavy duty sheet protectors (used for math)
Thank you. The fun and learning are about to begin!