Smock – for use during painting – must be waterproof
Backpack & Folder – to take information home each day (folder must be large enough to contain 8 1/2 x 11 inch papers, and also please ensure the backpack is large enough for the folder to fit into. No roller backpacks please – the metal bars are a slight hazard).
Change of Clothes – in the event of an accident (place in a zip-locked bag with name on it)
PK3 only – 1 container disinfecting wipes (Clorox style)
PK4 only – 1 box of tissues
PK4 only – 2 Large Elmer’s Glue Sticks (not glue pen)
Two rolls of paper towels
Package of napkins
Two Packages of paper cups (9 oz.)
Note: crayons, glue, scissors, etc. will be purchased from Supply fee.
Supply fee of $50 is to be paid at registration.
Please put your child’s name on all articles!
Auch, Mary Jane – Peeping Beauty; Eggs Mark the Spot
Burton, Virginia – Mike Mulligan and His Steam Shovel; Katy and the Big Snow
Cole, Robert – The Story of Ruby Bridges (biography)
Dobie, Duncan – If you’ve Ever Seen a Rhinoceros Charge
Gilliland, Judith – Not in the House, Newton!
Hoberman, Mary Ann – The Seven Silly Eaters
Houston, Gloria – My Great-Aunt Arizona (biography)
Koller, Jackie French – No Such Thing
Meddaugh, Susan – Hog-Eye; Martha Speaks
Murphy, Jill – Five Minutes Peace; Quiet Night In; All in One Piece
Shannon, David – No, David; Alice the Fairy
Yolen, Jane – How Do Dinosaurs Say Good-Night; Owl Moon; Greyling
Others to check out: Eric Carle; Tomie DePaola; P.D. Eastman; Leo Lionni; Mercer Mayer; Laura Numeroff; Bill Peet; Nancy Tafuri; Van Allsburg, Bernard Waber; and Audry Wood.
These are some favorite authors with titles appropriate for pre-school children. Go ahead and print them off and take this list to the library with you the next time you go. Happy Reading!