Folders, binders, and Spiral Bounds

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  1. C2Teach

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    I'm trying to make sure that I get everything straight in my head before school starts. This is what I was thinking of doing with some of the school supplies that they bring in.

    writing binder
    science 3 prong folder (maybe binder)
    readers response3 prong folder
    homework folder
    math journal (spiral bound?)


    Just curious what everyone else does in their classrooms.
     
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    My team members already made our list, but it then had to be approved by the principal. Basically, I had no say in the supply list at all, but that is ok!
     
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    Composition books:
    reading journal
    math journal
    homework journal
    science journal
    social studies journal

    Binder:
    Reader's Response Notebook and Writing Journal

    Folders:
    homework
    Take Home
    Catch Up folder for incomplete work
    2 privacy folders
    (I will buy the Take Home and Catch Up folders for them so everyone will have the same color)
     
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    We don't send home supply lists (school provides most) but I am going to buy the colored composition notebooks for each kid.

    One for writer's workshop, reading response and science, all a different color. I also get their homework folders. This year I am getting Mead plastic folders. They will (hopefully) hold up all year.

    I use school provided three prong folders for math and word study and whatever else comes up.
     
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    I wish I could help you out. I'm a new teacher, and all I know so far is I have to supply Friday Folders for all my kids. I have no idea what else I need to supply. I'm hoping other teachers might have a basic insight into what students will have. There's a thread on that topic, but I can't find it right now...
     
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    Take home folder (place to put all finished work and anything that needs to go home)

    stay here papers (the work they have not finished) folder
    Spiral Notebooks:
    math
    science
    social studies
    Bell Work
    writing

    I also have them keep a folders for:
    spelling
    writing (they keep their spiral in the folder with finished
    work and handouts)

    The students have a 3 ring notebook for their reading.

    The take home folders the school buys. The reading notebooks move with the students from the previous grade level. The rest is on the student supply list.
     

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