Supply Lists

Montessori Supply Lists


ORLA Montessori values the natural curiosity and learning abilities of a child. The classroom has materials specially designed and sequenced to spark curiosity and foster independent learning.

Each teacher has a specific supply list for their room. They are added as they are updated. Please select the drop-down arrow next to your teacher's name.


Pre-K Kindergarten - The Sea Turtle Group - Kristine Zitny
Choose 2
Crayola Markers
Crayola 16 color crayons
Colored Pencils
Pencils

Choose 2
Food color
Sponges
Dish rags
Dish soap

Choose 2
Colored dry erase markers
Colored Sharpies
Water color paints

All
Blue folder for take home papers on Friday
Backpack to be brought daily
Primary journal
Clorox wipes
Clip board for daily work
Emergency kit to be kept at school all year with enough food for a day.
Pre-K Kindergarten - The Goldfinch Group - Kristin Weed
Kristin Weed's 2018-19 Class Supply List

Personal Supplies: Please label with your child's name

All Students:
A complete change of clothes for your child in a Ziploc bag (in case of accidents or spills).
1 pair of clean gym shoes to leave at school for use in the gym or classroom on muddy days.
Emergency Supply Bag – 1 gallon Ziploc bag filled with non-perishable food items. Food items should have a 1-year shelf life.
1 - blue, plastic 2-pocket folder
1 ream plain OR any color copy paper

Kindergarten only:
1 tote bag for storing books selected for quiet reading time.
1 Cloth Placemat (for packing in your child’s lunchbox).
1 Primary Journal (each page is ½ blank space for drawing and has lines underneath for writing) Last year, Office Depot and Fred Meyer carried these.
1 pack of 3x5 notecards spiral bound or on a ring
1 “½ inch”  three ring view binder

All: Shared Supplies - Choose TWO of the following items to share with the class in our art and/or practical life areas
paper plates (any size)
Toothpaste
Bar soap
Cotton balls
Scotch tape
Food coloring
White glue
Watercolor paints
Thin colored markers
Thick colored markers




Lower Elementary (6-9 years old) - 1/2/3 Grades - Heather Quantrell

 Mrs. Heather’s Supply List for 2018-2019

Personal Supplies: Please write child’s first and last name on these items

1 ½ inch White Binder with a clear pocket on front and back

8 tab divider

2 graph composition books (4x4)

4 wide ruled spiral notebooks

1 primary draw and write composition book (space for drawing)

1 artist sketchbook (blank white pages)

1 clipboard

4  plastic pocket folders with prongs

1 emergency pack in a Ziploc includes: a pair of clothes, nonperishable food, and an emergency blanket

Shared Community Supplies: No name on these items, please

1 pack of 24 yellow Ticonderoga pencils

12 pack Crayola colored pencils

1 pack of pink erasers

3 glue sticks (no purple)

1 pair of student scissors

1 bottle of Elmer’s glue

1 pencil sharpener

1 package sticky notepad

1 pack of 150 wide ruled paper

1 pack of graph paper

1 package disinfectant wipes

1 pair of indoor shoes/slippers

2 box of tissues

1 package thicker white cardstock paper

Boys: 1 set of Crayola watercolors, 1 package thin tip dry erase markers

Girls: 1 set of Cray-Pas oil pastels, 1 package washable markers (fine or wide tip)


Lower Elementary (age 6-9), Grades 1,2,3 - Chanda Martin
Ms. Martin’s Supply List 2018-2019
(returning students are encouraged to reuse folders/notebooks whenever appropriate)

Most materials are shared. Do not mark with your child’s name unless otherwise noted.

ALL STUDENTS:
24 pencils (Ticonderoga really are better quality)
2 packages disinfectant wipes
1 clipboard. Mark with your child’s name.
4 folders with 2 pockets: Please DO NOT Mark with your child’s name.
1 2-pocket folder with prongs
1 primary composition book (space for drawing and writing). Mark with your child’s name.
3 composition book wide ruled no picture space. Please DO NOT Mark with your child’s name.
1 set watercolor paints
1 bottle white glue and 1 pk of glue sticks
1 pair indoor shoes or slippers
1 box tissues
1 pair student sized scissors
1 (1 1/2”) 3-ring binder Please put your child’s name on this if possible.
1 emergency pack: a ziplock bag labeled with your child’s name and filled with nonperishable
snacks and an emergency thermal blanket.
Girls- 1 box washable markers
Boys- 1 pack dry erase markers (multi-colored)

GRADE 1 ADDITIONAL ITEMS:
1 box of 24 colored pencils

GRADE 2 ADDITIONAL ITEMS:
1 handheld pencil sharpener

GRADE 3 ADDITIONAL ITEMS:
1 box zip-lock bags
Lower Elementary (age 6-9), Grades 1,2,3 - Claire McGibbon
Claire McGibbon's 2018-19 Supply List

All materials besides emergency packs will be turned into the classroom and returned to students as needed.

Returning students - 2nd and 3rd grade
12 Ticonderoga pencils (plain yellow old-school color—no fancy pencils, no black pencils!)
1 packages disinfectant wipes (no chlorox please)
3 large glue sticks
2 new stitch- bound wide rule composition books with lines.
2 plastic pocket folders (one for finished work, one for unfinished work) Please mark with student name.
1 box colored pencils with Student name on it.
1 hand held pencil sharpener
1 emergency pack—a ziplock bag with your child’s name on it containing a change of clothes, non-perishable foods, and an emergency blanket.
1 pack fine tipped whiteboard markers
1 pencil box for student cubby with name written on it in permanent marker
2 white binders 1 ½ “ wide
1 pack of binder dividers
2 boxes of tissue
1 crochet hook (average size)
3 skeins of colored yarn
1 pair of ear buds in a case with student’s name on it for the computer

New Students - 1st grade
12 Ticonderoga pencils (plain yellow old-school color—no fancy pencils, no black pencils!) 48 Ticonderoga pencils (plain yellow old-school color—no fancy pencils, no black pencils!)
● 8 glue sticks
● 1 box of tissues
● 1 pad of sticky notes
● Regular color pencils
● 3 hand held pencil sharpeners with shavings catchers
● 1 pack lined paper
● 1 pack graph paper
● 1 set color markers
Personal Supplies – PLEASE WRITE NAME ON THESE
● 1 primary composition book (space for drawing pictures and writing) (no spiral)
1 packages disinfectant wipes
3 large glue sticks
1 pack thicker white art paper
3 stitch bound wide rule composition books with lines
3 two pocket folders with prongs
2 plastic pocket folders (one for finished work, one for unfinished work) with student name on it 1 box of colored pencils (usually have 12-24 pencils) with student name on it
1 hand held pencil sharpener
1 pencil box with student name on it for student cubby
2 boxes of tissue
1 emergency pack—a ziplock bag with your child’s name on it containing a change of clothes, non-perishable foods, and an emergency blanket.
2 white binders 1 1/2 “ wide
1 pack of binder dividers
1 crochet hook (average size)
3 skeins of colored yarn
1 pair of ear buds in a case with student name on it for the computer
Lower Elementary (ages 6-9), Grades 1,2,3 - Tiffany Sabatini

Tiffany Sabatini’s Supply List   2018 - 2019

 

Shared Supplies –no name

 

48 Ticonderoga pencils (plain yellow old-school color—no fancy pencils, no black pencils!)

4 glue sticks

1 box of tissues

1 pad of sticky notes

3 handheld pencil sharpeners with shavings catchers

2 erasers

1 pack lined paper

1 set color markers

 

Personal SuppliesPLEASE WRITE NAME ON THESE

 

1 primary composition book (space for drawing pictures and writing) (no spiral)

If you were in my class last year you don’t need to buy this.

1 wide ruled composition book with lines (9 ¾ in. x 7 ½ in.) (no spiral)

If you were in my class last year you don’t need to buy this.

1 two-pocket folder with 3 holes (no plastic cover, no progs)

1 emergency pack—a ziplock bag with your child’s name on it containing non-perishable foods, water, and an emergency blanket.

1 small ziplock or bag with an emergency change of underwear, t-shirt, pants, socks.

1 notebook with drawing/ sketching paper

1 set of 8-tab dividers (do not buy a binder)

1 pouch to hold the following:

1 basic box of watercolor pencils (usually have 12-24 pencils)

1 set of fine-tip color markers

Upper Elementary (ages 6-9), Grades 4,5,6 - Linda Nelson
Ms. Linda's Supply List 2018-19

Here is the list of supplies for Upper Elementary Montessori for the upcoming year. We will be organizing our work in a binder and practice in our composition books. I can’t wait to meet the new 4th graders and look forward to seeing the 5th and 6th graders return. Here’s to a new year of learning.

Shared supplies (no name)
24 Ticonderoga pencils (plain yellow)
2 pink erasers
1 packages disinfectant wipes
3 large glue sticks
1 large box of tissue
2 boxes 12 ct. Crayola colored pencils
1 pack 100 ct wide ruled paper

Personal supplies (write student's name on these items, please)
1 Three Ring Binder 2-inch.  (No Trapper Keepers)
1 plastic 2-pocket folder
3 Math/ Science composition books (gridded squares)
1 wide ruled composition book (no picture space)
1 set Dividers
1 handheld pencil sharpener
1 sketch pad
1 emergency pack: a ziploc bag with your child’s name on it containing a change of clothes, socks, non-perishable foods, and an emergency blanket.

Additional items by grade:

4th grade
1 pencil pouch three ringed style for binder only

5th grade
1 science display board (February)


Upper Elementary (ages 9-12), Grades 4,5,6 - Angela Leonard
Upper Elementary Materials List - Angela Leonard - 2018-19

Shared Supplies - no name
24 Ticonderoga pencils (plain yellow)
2 pink erasers
1 packages disinfectant wipes
1 pair student size scissors
3 large glue sticks
1 large box of tissue
1 pack graph paper
2 boxes 12 ct. Crayola colored pencils
1 pack 150 ct wide ruled paper

Personal Supplies - write name in upper right hand corner
1 Three Ring Binder 2-inch.  (No Trapper Keepers)
1 plastic 2-pocket folder
3 Math composition books (gridded squares)
1 wide ruled composition book (no picture space)
1 set Dividers
1 handheld pencil sharpener
1 sketch pad
1 emergency pack: a ziploc bag with your child’s name on it containing a change of clothes, socks, non-perishable foods, and an emergency blanket
1 pencil pouch three ringed style for binder only.

Upper Elementary (ages 9-12), Grades 4,5,6 - Alice Pope