Here’s the Top 5 (Can’t Survive Without) Teacher Supplies
The academic year is in full storm, and school supplies are in high of a demand than ever. One current hot topic in the U.S. educational school system is the lack of funding for academic institutions, such as grade schools K-12. Teachers are now actively sporting a budget out of their own pockets to fund supplies for their classroom.
That’s why we’ve teamed up with our amazing vendors to host Shoplet for Schools, one of our biggest giveaways to date. We’re presenting participants with the opportunity to win a massive supply bundle to the school of their choice. School supplies are crucial to these institutions as the products help facilitate the learning process. But are all supplies created equal? Check out our list of the top 5 can’t survive without teacher supplies! (Most of which, will be up for donation in our giveaway– so be sure to enter today!)
1) Post-it Sticky Notes
Sticky notes are on every teacher’s #BacktoSchool wish list because they are super useful. From keeping little reminders on their desk and leaving feedback on their child’s homework to numerous arts and craft projects, sticky notes can be used and posted anywhere. (Not to mention, they’re also colorful and fun!)
2) Ticonderoga #2 Pencils
Scantron exam coming up? Then you will most likely need a #2 pencil! The graphite in a #2 pencil is specifically designed to handle daily writing and erasing, and those pesky exam scan machines. In a perfect world, students will always remember to bring their own pencils- but until that day comes, it helps to keep those #2’s in stock in the classroom!
3) Clorox Disinfecting Wipes
With flu season on the horizon, you can expect classrooms to be the newest bacterial spawn destination. Here’s how to fight the germs – daily disinfecting and cleaning! Teachers like stocking up on wet wipes because they come in handy whenever a quick clean is needed.
4) Sharpie Markers
Markers are the ultimate classroom accessory. They especially come in handy for creating visual class presentations, numerous arts and crafts projects, and more. Make sure you have a variety of colors to to maximize the creativity of your classroom.
(Teachers!) Did we miss any of your favorite supplies? Let us know by leaving a comment on our blog post.