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I'm the teacher moving from 2nd to 4th after 33 years in K-2. So I cleaned out my K-2 stuff and had a yard sale today. The prices were cheap and people bought, bought, bought. Everyone ended the day very happy (especially my husband).

Now my question for you .... I want to take about $100 from the yard sale and purchase some 4th grade things. My school will supply me with the 4th grade math curriculum and sorta the reading program (we actually don't have one), but we do have Scholastic leveled books in the school.

What are the things that you would recommend to me to purchase ? I plan to use tables and have community supplies. I am also the type teacher who will want to do projects, etc.

Thanks for your help with this. I am starting to get excited about teaching 4th. Thank you also for all the wonderfull answers you have snet my way. Cathy :)
Rosie Cathy,

Congratulations on your move to 4th grade. I really enjoy this grade level.

Here is my list of things that I will be buying...

An online subscription to Mountain Math-google and you will find it Scissors and glue sticks-I really don't like liquid glue. I also insist that my students have composition notebooks inst...See More
Jul 9, 2011
Mae in Texas I went from 4th to 2nd and back up again. I used a lot of my 4th grade materials in 2nd, and a lot of my 2nd grade materials in 4th. Chances are you will have students on 2nd grade reading level at the beginning of the year.

I would buy books for my reading center. I suspect you probably don't have as many upper level books as you do lowe...See More
Jul 13, 2011
4 On 7/09/11, Cathy wrote: > I'm the teacher moving from 2nd to 4th after 33 years in > K-2. So I cleaned out my K-2 stuff and had a yard sale > today. The prices were cheap and people bought, bought, > bought. Everyone ended the day very happy (especially my > husband). > > Now my question for you .... I want to take about $100 ...See More
Jul 15, 2011
4TH GRADE Chart paper is always a good thing.

Fraction bars clocks uni cubes folders for timings Writing binders notebooks for reading response
Jul 15, 2011


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