Supply Lists 2021-2022

Please continue to visit this page as we will be updating it with supply lists

as they come in from the teachers!

Pre-K:

  • A regular sized book bag (one that will fit a folder and lunchbox)

  • 2 sturdy folders (double sided- pockets on the bottom)

  • 2 wallet sized photos of your child

  • 2 jumbo sized glue sticks

  • 2 rolls of paper towels

  • 1 pump hand soap

  • 1 box of tissues

  • 1 package of Baby Wipes

  • 1 box of Zip Locks (quart size or gallon)

  • A change of clothing in case of an accident- Label each piece with your child’s name and place in a large Ziplock bag (This should include a pair of underwear, socks, pants and a shirt)

  • A small blanket for rest time (Please label with your child’s name)

Kindergarten:

Dear Parents,


In order to maintain a healthy classroom environment it is very important to have a supply of cleaning materials and supplies available at all times. Paper goods are also a necessary part of the daily routine in the busy early childhood classroom. It would be very much appreciated if each family would contribute the following items for our classroom use.

  • 1 pocket folders(plastic or sturdy ones)

  • 1 black and white marble notebook

  • 1 Primary Journal (each page has a blank space on top for drawing and lines at the bottom for writing)

  • 2 packs of pencils (Ticonderoga brand prefer)

  • 1 pack of black dry erase markers (Expo brand prefer)

  • 1 (24 count) box of crayons (Crayola brand prefer)

  • 1 pack of glue sticks (Elmer brand prefer)

  • 1 small plastic bin (to store pencils and crayons for individual use)

  • 2 reams (computer paper)

  • 2 boxes of tissues

  • 2 rolls of paper towels

  • 2 containers of Clorox wipes

  • I container of hand sanitizer

  • 1 pack of baby wipes

  • 1 bottle of hand soap

  • 1 box of gallon size Ziplock bags (Ziploc brand prefer)

  • $10.00 for Time For Kids(in envelope with name of child)

  • Change of clothing in case of accident

(In zip-lock bag with name of child)



*Label all supplies. Thank you!*

1st Grade:

WELCOME TO FIRST GRADE!

1 Soft pencil case

3 boxes of SHARPENED Ticonderoga pencils

2 box of Crayola crayons (24 pack)

1 box of Crayola colored pencils

2 box of SKINNY Expo dry-erase markers

8 black and white Marble Notebooks

5 PLAIN plastic folders with pockets (Blue, yellow, Red, Green, purple)

1 FISKARS scissors

12 SKINNY Elmer’s glue sticks

2 ream of white computer paper

2 ream of colored computer paper

5 small post-pads with lines

1 bottle of hand SANITIZER

2 containers of Clorox Wipes

2 box of sandwich size zip-lock bags

2 box of gallon size zip-lock bags

4 rolls of paper towels

3 box of tissues

Together WE make a team!

Please label your child’s supplies with their name.

We are asking for specific brands because the quality is better and will last your child longer.

Thank you for your cooperation and support!

The First Grade Teachers!

2nd Grade:

Welcome to 2nd Grade!


Dear Parents/Guardians of Future Second Graders,

We would like to welcome you and your child back to a wonderful, productive new school year. It is important that we work together as a team to make this a successful school year. Please send your child in with his/her supplies during the first week of school in September. To maintain the health and safety of all of our students most of these supplies will be for individual use not communal use. Example: crayons, pencils & markers. Paper towels, Ziploc bags and cleaning supplies will be for classroom use. Please label all supplies with a permanent marker. The 1st day of school is September 13th, 2021.


Supplies Needed: Label all supplies with your child’s name and class

  • One small labeled pencil box/ supply box to keep items in

  • 6 black and white composition notebooks ( Notebooks will be labeled in class)

  • 48 sharpened pencils * Ticonderoga preferred*

  • 3 large erasers

  • 1 box washable markers, 1 box of 24 count crayons

  • 8 glue sticks- large ones preferred

  • 1 pair of scissors- labeled

  • 5 folders with bottom pockets (must be red, green, blue, yellow and black) You can label the folders Red: Math Blue:ELA Yellow: Writing Green: Science Black: Science Project based learning

  • 1 take home folder of choice-preferably plastic so that it lasts longer

  • 2 reams of white copy paper, 1 ream of colored paper

  • 1 package of looseleaf

  • 1 dry erase board/ 1 large pack of Expo dry erase marker -thin black/blue

  • $10.00 for Scholastic Magazine to support curriculum

  • 4 rolls of paper towels & 2 boxes of tissues

  • 2 bottles of liquid soap & 2 bottles of hand sanitizer

  • 2 containers of disinfecting/antibacterial wipes

  • 1 box of gallon ziploc bags, 1 box of ziploc quart size bags

3/4/5 Mrs Ohayon's Class:

Welcome back! I am looking forward to an enjoyable and successful year. It is important that your child has the following supplies labeled with their name and class!

  • 5 marble notebooks

  • 6 pocket folders

  • 4 boxes of #2 pencils

  • Soft pencil case

  • 3 boxes of tissue

  • 3 rolls of paper towels

  • 1 pair of scissors

  • 1 pack of markers, crayons or colored pencils

  • 1 box of gallon size-zip lock bags

  • 1 box of snack size and/or sandwich size zip-lock bags

  • 2 rolls of scotch tape

  • 1 ruler-with ‘cm’ and ‘in’ measurements

  • protractor

  • 2 ream of lined loose leaf writing paper

  • 2 reams of computer paper

  • 1 packages of glue sticks

  • 3 packs of 3x5 lined index cards

  • 1 bottle of hand sanitizer

  • 1 small personal sharpener

  • ONE BIG SMILE!

3rd Grade:

Please write your child's name on all supplies!

  • One 3-subject spiral notebook (plastic cover)

  • Five different color folders

  • One 1-inch binder

  • Two 12-packs of pencils with erasers

  • One pack of colored pencils

  • Six glue sticks

  • Scissors

  • Two 5-packs of Post-its

  • One pack of dry erase markers

  • One pack of highlighters

  • Two packs of copy paper (1 white / 1 color)

  • Two rolls of paper towels

  • Two boxes of tissues

  • One bottle of hand sanitizer

  • One container of Lysol wipes

  • One box of sandwich Zip-lock bags

  • One box of gallon Zip-lock bags

  • One pencil case (a soft one that can easily fit in a desk)

Thank you!

Sincerely, The Third Grade Teachers


3rd Grade Science Supply List (Mrs Hybner):

1 plastic folder

2 pencils

2 pens

1 highlighter

4th Grade:

Welcome to 4th grade! We are looking forward to an enjoyable and successful year. It is important that your child have the following supplies labeled with their names:


  • 8 Marble notebooks (If possible… 1 Blue-Math, 1 Green - Science, 1 Yellow-Writing, 1 Red-Homework & ELA, 1 Purple-Social Studies and the rest could be anything.)

  • 4 Pocket folders – Plastic please. They are very durable. Classwork, Home Folder, Science

  • 4 Dozen pencils sharpened

  • 1 Pack of pens (black or blue)

  • 1 Box of crayons or colored pencils

  • 1 Box of markers

  • 1 Box of Rainbow Gel Pens (multi-color, not just blue and black please)

  • 1 Ruler

  • 2 Packs of dry erase markers – Dark colors please

  • 1 Eraser for white boards

  • 1 Pack of large glue sticks

  • 1 Pair of scissors

  • 1 Plastic pencil box to hold crayons, markers, gel pens, etc.

  • 1 Soft pencil case for pencils

  • 1 Box of gallon-size zip-lock bags

  • 3 Boxes of tissues

  • 3 Rolls of paper towels

  • 2 Reams of computer paper

  • 1 Bottle of liquid hand soap

  • ONE BIG SMILE


Again, please remember to put your child’s name on everything. That way if something is found it can be returned to the correct person.


Summer is the ideal time to encourage your child to read and write for enjoyment. Reviewing addition, subtraction and multiplication facts will keep them sharp and ready for the challenges of 4th grade.


Have a healthy and happy summer,

Your child’s 4th grade teachers


4th Grade Science Supply List (Mrs Hybner):

1 plastic folder

2 pencils

2 pens

1 highlighter

5th Grade:

Welome to 5th Grade!

Note: All folders and notebooks MUST have the student’s name (first and last) and subject printed neatly in permanent marker.


  • ELA/Social Studies

    • 1 - marble notebook labeled “Vocabulary”

    • 1 - marble notebook labeled “Reading/Social Studies”

    • 1 - marble notebook labeled “Writing”

    • 1 - red plastic folder labeled “Reading/Social Studies”

    • 1 - purple plastic folder labeled “Writing”

    • 1 - 1 inch flexible red binder labeled “ELA”

  • Math/Science

    • 2 - marble notebooks labeled “Math”

    • 1 - marble notebook labeled “Science”

    • 1 - blue plastic folder labeled “Math”

    • 1 - green plastic folder labeled “Science”

    • 1 - 1 inch flexible blue binder labeled “Math”

  • 1 - Plastic folder labeled - “Homework”

  • 2 boxes of tissues

  • 2 rolls of paper towels

  • 2 reams of computer printer paper

  • Soft pencil case to hold daily supplies (This is a MUST!)

  • Hard pencil case to hold art supplies (crayons, markers, etc)

  • 1 - box of 50 sheet protectors

  • 2 large boxes of sharpened No.2 pencils

  • 5 Expo dry erase markers (dark colors only please!)

  • Multipack of glue sticks

  • 1 pack of markers

  • 1 pack of crayons

  • Multipack of Post-It pads Post-it pads

  • 1 black Sharpie marker

  • 1 roll of Scotch Tape

  • A personal pencil sharpener

  • 1 container of disinfecting wipes

  • 1 pair of headphones in a Zip-Lock bag with your child’s name on it. (Please no bluetooth ones, just a basic pair)


**Other supplies/additional notebooks may be requested later in the year.

5th Grade Science Supply List (Mrs Hybner):

1 marble notebook (no spiral)

1 plastic folder

2 pencils

2 pens

1 highlighter


Here is a link for a Summer Reading List with a variety of high interest books that the students may enjoy reading throughout the summer. We are asking that all students read a minimum of 25 minutes a day and that they record their minutes in a notebook and have a parent/guardian sign off on their completed minutes. Before signing off, please note how many pages were read and ask them to give you a summary of what they read.

https://imaginationsoup.net/5th-grade-summer-reading-list-age-10-11/

6th Grade ELA:

6th Grade- Please purchase the following three novels:

Bud, Not Buddy : By Christopher Curtis Freak the Mighty by : by Rodman Philbrick The Lightning Thief by: Rick Riordan

(It might be cheaper to purchase a used copy from Amazon, EBay or Barnes & Nobel)


1.Three pocket folders labeled “ELA” with 20 pieces of loose-leaf paper in each.

2. (4) #2 pencils (NO lead pencils) Ticonderoga are the best.

3. Two pens

4. ONE Antibacterial Hand sanitizer: It’s a good idea for your child to have their own hand sanitizer so they don’t have to share.

5. One roll of paper towels

6. Reusable water bottle: If your child is thirsty, they can avoid the public water fountain.

7. Markers & Crayons for projects. Please keep them home.


You might want to get a head start and begin reading the novels. Therefore, while you are reading, it is recommended that you ACTIVELY jot/write in a way that is most effective (suggestions for ACTIVE writing is provided below).

2021 Active Reading Suggestions

It is strongly suggested that while you are reading, jot notes (in the margins, on Post-its, or in a notebook) or try one of the following methods or create your own strategy

  • Active Post-its: (cut Post-its in 1/2) - continuously “Stop & Jot” (or “Actively Post-it”) throughout your reading where there are “thinkable moments” about character actions, events, mood, etc.. Then, when you are done with the novel, organize the Post-its (however is most effective for you) on paper or in a notebook.


  • Character Journal Entries: write as if you were the characters (consider entries from different viewpoints)


  • Notes (bullets): track your reading (character actions/thinking, events (plot)


  • Timeline: create a timeline of major story events that impact character and plot development



In addition, you may choose to strengthen your reading skills and strategies by reading from a variety of the recommended selections. Some suggested titles include:

  • Sixth Grade Secrets ~Louis Sachar

  • Land of Stories (series) ~Chris Colfer

  • GRUMP (series) ~Liesl Shurtliff

  • Stargirl (companion books) ~Jerry Spinelli

  • Knots in My Yo-yo String ~Jerry Spinelli

  • The Heartbreak Messenger ~Alexander Vance

  • I Have a Bad Feeling About This ~Jeff Strand

  • Secrets, Lies, and Algebra (Do the Math #1) ~Wendy Lichtman

  • A Single Shard ~Linda Sue Park

  • Travel Team ~Mike Lupica

  • Liar,Liar (trilogy) ~Gary Paulsen

  • Ban This Book ~Alan Gratz

  • The Phantom Tollbooth ~Norton Juster

  • The Last of the Really Great Whangdoodles ~Julie Andrews Edward

  • Mrs. Frisby and the Rats of NIMH ~Robert C. O’Brien

  • The Librarian (series) ~Eric Hobbs

  • All the Broken Pieces ~Ann E. Burg

  • Heaven Looks A Lot Like the Mall ~Wendy Mass

  • Locomotion ~Jacqueline Woodson

  • Out of the Dust ~Karen Hesse

  • Screenshot ~Donna Cooner

  • Top 8 (trilogy) ~Katie Finn

  • Half-Minute Horrors ~Susan Rich

  • Posted ~John David Anderson

  • Death by Toilet Paper ~Donna Gephart

  • The Selection (series) ~Kiera Cass

  • Real Friends ~Shannon Hale and LeUyen Pham

  • Out of My Mind ~Sharon Draper

  • The Year of the Dog ~Grace Lin

  • Amina’s Voice ~Hena Khan


At PS/MS 200, we expect students to read daily throughout the school year. Therefore, it is important to start good reading habits early by practicing during the summer. We wish you a safe and enjoyable summer. We look forward to working with you in September.

Sincerely, 6th Grade ELA Team

6th, 7th, 8th Grade Math:

Welcome M.S. families! Due to special circumstances this year, in order to promote a safe and healthy learning environment we encourage each child to carry their personal supplies at all times.

  • 2 composition notebooks

  • 1 Pocket Folder

  • Graphing paper

  • Ti-30 Calculator (Texas Instruments - 30)

  • Pencils

  • Colored pencils

  • 12” Ruler

  • Highlighter


Please consider bringing the following supplies for personal use:

1. Antibacterial Hand sanitizer: It’s a good idea for your child to have their own hand sanitizer so they don’t have to share.

2. Reusable water bottle: If your child is thirsty, they can avoid the public water fountain.

3. Tissues: For your child’s personal use (not to share).

6th Grade Social Studies:

· Social Studies Notebook or Social Studies section of a binder

· Folder with loose-leaf and room for storing handouts, assignments, etc.

· Pens or pencils

· A pair of cheap wired headphones or wired earphones to be used in school with chrome books.

· *Please Note if you already have these items below at home or for another class you do not need to buy again.

*Set of colored markers

*Crayons or colored pencils

*Set of colored pencils or crayons

*Scissors

*Glue/Glue Sticks

*Scotch Tape

*White paper to use for projects (printer/computer paper, construction paper, etc.)

6th Grade Science:

1 marble notebook (no spiral)

1 plastic folder

2 pencils

2 pens

1 highlighter

7th Grade ELA:

7th Grade- Please purchase the following novels:

A Long Walk to Water by Linda Sue Park and Lyddie By Katherine Paterson

*A 3rd novel will be announced later during the school year, in time for you to order the book.


You might want to get a head start and begin reading the novels. It might be cheaper to purchase a used copy from Amazon, EBay or Barnes & Nobel.

1.Three pocket folders labeled “ELA” with 20 pieces of loose-leaf paper in each.

2. (4) #2 pencils (NO lead pencils) Ticonderoga are the best.

3. Two pens

4. ONE Antibacterial Hand sanitizer: It’s a good idea for your child to have their own hand sanitizer so they don’t have to share.

5. One roll of paper towels

6. Markers & Crayons for projects. Please keep them home.


2021 Reading Suggestions

It is strongly suggested that while you are reading, jot notes (in the margins, on Post-its, or in a notebook) or try one of the following methods or create your own strategy.

While reading, it would be helpful for students to take notes on the following:

Character traits: How could the main character or secondary characters be described?

Theme: What is the overall lesson of the story?

Plot Development: What are the main plot points?

Conflict: What are some conflicts in the story? How are they resolved?

Setting: How does the setting impact plot or character development?

Author’s Craft: What effective writing choices did the author make?


Suggested Tips While Reading:

*Keep a reading journal.

*Take notes and formulate your own questions on Post-its.

*Highlight important points.

*Converse with other students in a virtual book club with other students.

*Doodle ideas in the margins or in a notebook.

*Chat about the book with your family members.


At PS/MS 200, we expect students to read daily throughout the school year. Therefore, it is important to start good reading habits early by practicing during the summer. We wish you a safe and enjoyable summer. We look forward to working with you in September.

Sincerely, 7h Grade ELA Team


In addition, you may choose to strengthen your reading skills and strategies by reading from a variety of the recommended selections. Some suggested titles include:


* Tangerine by Edward Bloor

* Stand Tall by Joan Bauer

* Rules by Cynthia Lord

* Maniac Magee by Jerry Spinelli

* A Wrinkle in Time by Madeleine L’Engle

* Middle School is Worse than Meatloaf by Jennifer L. Holm

* Jackie’s Nine by Sharon Robinson

* My Brother Sam is Dead by James Lincoln Collier

* Zlata’s Diary by Zlata Filipovic

* The House of Dies Drear: Drear House by Virginia Hamilton

* The City of Ember by Jeanne DuPrau

*The Watsons Go to Birmingham by Christopher Paul Curtis

* Crash by Jerry Spinelli

* Inkheart by Cornelia Funk

*Me, Frida and the Secret of the Peacock Ring by Angela Cervantes

*Counting by 7’s by Holly Goldberg Sloan

*Chasing Lincoln’s Killer by James L. Swanson

*Dear America-The Diary of Patsy, a Freed Girl-I Thought My Soul Would Rise and Fly by Joyce Hansen

*The Girl Who Married a Skull and Other African Stories: A Cautionary Fables and Fairytales Book Edited by Kate Ashwin and Kel McDonald

* In Other Lands by Sarah Rees Brennan

* Charlie Hernández and the League of Shadows by Ryan Calejo

* Reflection (Series: Twisted Tale) by Elizabeth Lim

*Olympians: Hephaistos: God of Fire by George O’Connor

* The Singing Bones: Inspired by Grimms’ Fairy Tales by Shaun Tan

* The Prince and the Dressmaker by Jen Wang

*Rebound by Kwame Alexander

*When You Trap a Tiger by Tae Keller

*Look Both Ways by Jason Reynolds

*More to the Story by Hena Khan

7th & 8th Grade Social Studies:

We use Google Classroom, so students will need access to the internet, know their username & password and have a device for their assignments


  • A ream of printer paper

  • Box of Pens

  • Box of Pencils

  • Glue Stick

  • Folder

  • Earbuds

  • Post-its

  • A section in your binder for SS with loose leaf

7th & 8th Grade Science:

*All students will need access to the internet*


  • Binder

  • Loose leaf

  • Folder

  • Box of sharpened pencils

  • Highlighters

  • Ruler

  • Pencil case

  • Small white board with dry erase markers (optional)


8th Graders also need the Barons 2020 Living Environment Regents books

8th Grade ELA:

8th Grade Supply List for September to JANUARY*


  1. One section in a binder labeled “ELA”

  2. Two packages of sharpened pencils (at least)

  3. Three pocket folders for ELA

  4. One pack of pens (at least)

  5. A middle school level dictionary and thesaurus (Suggestions: Pocket Oxford American Dictionary & Thesaurus or Merriam-Webster’s Dictionary & Thesaurus)

  6. Highlighters

  7. Enough loose leaf for ALL classes (school ruled, NOT college ruled)

  8. One box of tissues for ELA

  9. One ream of computer/printer paper for ELA class

  10. One package of of multi-color pens (NOT SHARPIES)


*The supplies will run out during the year. You are responsible for replenishing what is required.*



Novels

Purchasing your own novels for the year means that you can annotate directly in your book. If you decide to use the school’s novels, you are responsible for maintaining the books’ appearance and returning it at the end of the unit. If you plan to use the school’s novel, you must come prepared with post-it notes for annotations everyday and keep track of all of them throughout the unit.


Monster by Walter Dean Myers

Night by Elie Wiesel

*Third novel to be announced

Purchasing the novels online as used books may be more reasonably priced. (Try Amazon, EBay, or Barnes & Noble)



2021 Reading Suggestions

It is strongly suggested that while you are reading, jot notes (in the margins, on Post-its, or in a notebook) or try one of the following methods or create your own strategy.

While reading, it would be helpful for students to take notes on the following:

Character traits: How could the main character or secondary characters be described?

Theme: What is the overall lesson of the story?

Plot Development: What are the main plot points?

Conflict: What are some conflicts in the story? How are they resolved?

Setting: How does the setting impact plot or character development?

Author’s Craft: What effective writing choices did the author make?


Suggested Tips While Reading:

*Keep a reading journal.

*Take notes and formulate your own questions on Post-its.

*Highlight important points.

*Converse with other students in a virtual book club with other students.

*Doodle ideas in the margins or in a notebook.

*Chat about the book with your family members.


At PS/MS 200, we expect students to read daily throughout the school year. Therefore, it is important to start good reading habits early by practicing during the summer. We wish you a safe and enjoyable summer. We look forward to working with you in September.

Sincerely, 8th Grade ELA Team


In addition, you may choose to strengthen your reading skills and strategies by reading from a variety of the recommended selections.

Helpful Websites for Summer Reading:

NYC Public Library’s “125 Books We Love” for Teens

https://www.nypl.org/books-more/recommendations/125/teens


NYC Public Library’s “Best Books of 2020” for Teens:

https://www.nypl.org/books-more/recommendations/best-books/teens


NYC Public Library’s "Top Checkouts of 2020”:

https://www.nypl.org/125/top-checkouts-2020


Summer Reading to Inspire Middle School Activists:

https://www.edutopia.org/article/summer-reading-inspire-middle-school-activists?gclid=CjwKCAjw8cCGBhB6EiwAgOReywTMmqOA5Xi7j-xTWdMcoznyF-F0spaXXRk6K-HKgsXKFtsIgEs9nRoC378QAvD_BwE

Spanish:

2 composition notebooks

1 Package of wide Ruled Loose leaf paper to keep at home

1 package of construction paper to keep at home

2 Packages of 3x5 of lined index cards

2 Pencils #2

1 box of colored pencils

1 box of colored markers

2 folders