What are the things that you need to buy for kindergarten? Figuring out what you need can be a daunting task. This blog post will help with sorting it all! We have compiled a list of 12 supplies to get ready for back to school, including an extensive kindergarten supply list so that you know exactly what your little one needs.
Back to school can be stressful. It is a new year and time for new beginnings, but it also means that your kids are going to have less free time. They will need the right supplies in order to succeed in their classes! We compiled a list of 12 items that we think all kindergartners should have before they head back to school this fall.
It’s back to school time for a lot of kids. Here are the 12 most important items you’ll need to get them ready for their first day!
1) A backpack that is big enough and has plenty of pockets inside and out. 2) Plenty of pencils, pens, markers and erasers. Make sure they’re all sharpened up too! 3) A water bottle with a lid that can be carried by hand or clipped onto your bag – it should have their name on it so no one accidentally drinks from it (or spills in their desk). 4) At least two boxes of tissues- these will come in handy when those little noses start running 5) Lunch box with enough room for both cold and hot food
A backpack. The number one kindergarten supply is a dependable, sturdy and durable backpack that will last all year long. You want to make sure you get the right size for your little one in order to avoid any potential back or neck problems from carrying much too heavy of a load on their tiny frame.
Notebooks and folders (plain paper). These are essential items because they provide the necessary tools for completing homework assignments, organizing papers during class time, taking notes while listening to lectures, writing essays and doing research projects outside of school hours ̶ which all help kids develop important skills like organization as well as critical thinking abilities.
Pencils with an eraser at the top of each pencil point so it’s easy to make a mistake and erase it.
Filler paper for the pencil case to prevent sharpening of your pencils repeatedly during class time. The more you sharpen, the duller they get ̶ which can lead to less accurate writing in assignments or tests when that’s not what we want!
A glue stick with an easy “no mess” applicator tip so kids don’t spend their precious minutes trying to squeeze out goopy glue from tubes onto papers; this also keeps hands clean while working on projects after school or at home.
Crayons are great tools for helping children develop creativity, imagination and fine motor skills – all while having fun coloring pictures and learning how colors work together in different combinations. There are many different types of crayons to choose from, including traditional wax-based ones that work on a variety of paper surfaces and those made for use with whiteboards.
A pack of board erasers will help clean up mistakes in the classroom or at home before they become permanent stains ̶ which is important when kindergarteners are just getting used to writing neatly!
Glue sticks can be helpful tools for making art projects as well as completing school assignments; glue also helps keep pieces together while constructing models or crafts. There are many choices available, some even come with customizable tips designed for kids’ smaller hands so there’s less risk of using too much ̶ which means more fun time playing instead!
Pens and pencils should be included to help kids learn the basics of handwriting. There are many types available, including ones that erase and don’t smudge when used on paper ̶ which is perfect for kindergarteners who might not yet have mastered holding a pen correctly or remembering how long they need to press down before lifting off!
Markers are another popular choice in classrooms; children can use them to color pictures or other projects as well as write more boldly than pencils allow.
One pack of colored construction paper should be enough for most kindergartens (unless you’re dealing with multiple classes). This type comes in a variety of colors, sizes, and styles so it’s easy to find what works best for your needs.
Crayons will be a kindergartener’s best friend. These are great for someone who doesn’t yet have the dexterity to handle pencils and markers or is just learning how to write, since they’re softer than both of these writing utensils.
Having new scissors can make it easier on kids when cutting paper ̶ but having a few pairs that differ in size will be even better!
A pack of glue sticks should also be provided at your school; this type works well with most other objects too so don’t worry about them getting lost within seconds of being opened.
Glue bottles are another tool you’ll want available – not only because children need something viscous to get their projects together faster.