Required Materials
Required Materials for Kindergarten
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Materials Needed for Unit 5
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Materials Needed for Unit 8
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Materials to Gather  Additional Details
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Bags
Gallon bags for collections and materials
Bags (brown paper)
Any nonseethrough bag to hold objects or cards
Card stock
Chart paper
Clay
Clipboards
Collections of objects
There are various times when students will use collections of objects. Objects can include buttons, twocolor counters, linking cubes, paper clips, pattern blocks, square tiles, or any other small items.
Colored pencils, crayons, or markers
Colored pencils or crayons
Colored pencils or crayons
Connecting cubes
1 inch multifix cubes, often called linking cubes
Connecting cubes or counters
Connecting cubes or twocolor counters
Construction paper
Containers of different sizes
Containers provide teachers and students a way to organize sets of objects that will be used in multiple lessons
Counters
Counting mats
Crayons
Cups
At least 8 ounces, not transparent
Egg cartons
Erasers
Folders
Geoblocks
Geoblock sets typically include rectangular and triangular prisms. They do not typically include spheres, cones, or cylinders. When these additional shapes are required, solid shapes are indicated alongside geoblocks in the required materials. The tool is still called geoblocks to keep things simple for students.
Glue
Since many of the uses of glue involve paper, glue sticks may work better than liquid glue.
Glue or tape
Markers
Materials from a previous activity
Materials from a previous lesson
Materials from previous centers
Mathematical community poster
Number cards 0–10
Paint
Paper
Paper plates
Pattern blocks
Pencils
Picture books
Throughout the year, books that are read to students or used by students in centers are referred to as picture books in these materials. The term picture book refers to books with only pictures or books with both pictures and words.
Pipe cleaners
Play dough or modeling clay
Scissors
Sheet protectors
Sheet protectors are used to make centers and other visuals reusable.
Solid shapes
Standard geoblock sets do not include cylinders, spheres, and cones. When these shapes are required, solid shapes are indicated in the required materials. The tool is still called geoblocks to keep things simple for students.
Solid shapes
Sticks
Sticky notes
Quantity is measured in individual sticky notes, not packages.
Straws
String
Tape
Tools for creating a visual display
Any way for students to create work that can be easily displayed to the class. Examples: chart paper and markers, whiteboard space and markers, shared online drawing tool, access to a document camera.
Twocolor counters