6-12 Art Students
- standard sketchbook (12"x 9") of at least 25 white drawing sheets, spiral or bound (if you want me to order you one, it will be $2)
- pencils ( preferably Ticonderoga wooden pencils) must be brought every day.
- colored pencil set - (Prang is alright quality, Prismacolor is the best quality) 12 or 24 set - students may borrow any that are available in class, but they are used amongst all students and the quality and availability are not guaranteed.
- permanent markers- sharpies, especially fine point - I have some sharpies in my classroom, but they run dry quickly or get mistreated. If students bring their own sharpies, they will not need to worry when it is time for a project that requires it.
- washable markers, fine tip or broad - it is best for students to have their own set to color sketchbook assignments.
8th Reading Students & Freshman Orientation Students
- 1 standard composition notebook, bound, available at the dollar store- to be left in the room as entrance and exit tickets.
- binder or folder to store loose papers - however you keep your stuff organized ( and no, backpacks do not count)
- a place to take notes - notebook, loose sheets stored in binder, small sketchbook etc.
- small sticky notes to take notes in your books
- highlighters for printed materials
- planner to write down assignments
- different colored pens to color coordinate notes (a great organizational tool that makes it easier to study!)
- access to a computer for digital assignments at home
There is no required supplies for elementary. However, if you would like to encourage artwork at home here is some suggestions:
- oil based modeling clay ( does not dry out like playdough)
- sketchpad or scrap paper
- basic coloring tool sets, preferably crayola ( crayons, colored pencils, washable markers)
- tracing paper ( magazines with animals in it are the best to trace and learn about simplifying lines!)
- glue, scissors and tape