Mary Kay McMillin Early Childhood Center
2019 – 2020
Kindergarten Supply List
In-Person Learning at School Remote Learning at Home
4 oz. bottle of Elmer’s® glue 4 oz. bottle of Elmer’s® glue
3 Elmer’s® all purpose glue sticks (small) 3 Elmer’s® all purpose glue sticks (small)
24 ct Crayola® crayons 24 ct Crayola® crayons
1 pair blunt tip child scissors 1 pair blunt tip child scissors
1 roll of scotch tape in tape dispenser 1 roll of scotch tape in tape dispenser
6 Ticonderoga® # 2 sharpened pencils 6 Ticonderoga® # 2 sharpened pencils
Sturdy folder with pockets on the bottom Sturdy folder with pockets on the bottom
dark color Expo® thick dry erase (low odor) marker dark color Expo® thick dry erase (low odor) marker
marble notebook marble notebook
large pink block eraser large pink block eraser
colored chalk (12ct or 16ct) colored chalk (12ct or 16ct)
basic watercolor set (8ct) basic watercolor set (8ct)
colored pencils (12ct) colored pencils (12ct)
1 reusable water bottle (labeled with your child’s name) white paper for drawing
1 large container of any color Play-doh construction paper
personal pencil sharpener
pencil bag or box that must be able to hold all personal supplies
1 box of tissues
1 personal pack of baby wipes
*You may notice an increase in our supplies requested for this year. This is in an effort to decrease student exposures in classes that rely heavily on shared materials, such as art. Therefore, “art kit” supplies have been added to the list. These items are repeated in the “at home” and “at school” lists to ensure students have what they need in both locations as they bounce between remote and in-person days.
Additionally, we will not be utilizing smocks this year. Students should be dressed appropriately to participate in art class. Thank you for your support and understanding as we navigate this challenging situation.
*Please note the following:
Families/students choosing in-person learning at school will need both the “learning at school” and “learning at home” supplies.
Families/students choosing full remote instruction will only need the “learning at home” supplies.
In the event that full remote is mandated for all, your child will only need the “learning at home” supplies.