Finest Kindergarten Classroom Equipment for Lecturers Instructor
Out with the old and in with the new! After a unique 20-21 school year, it’s time to redesign our classrooms the way we like them. Since shopping for fresh, new school supplies never gets old, our list of kindergarten supplies has pretty much everything you need to equip your classroom … whatever time of year!
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Organize essential supplies for use with a rainbow of 3 compartments (1 large, 2 small) caddies. Comfort handles and impact-resistant plastic ensure that valuable supplies stay organized.
Make life even easier for yourself with your own thermal laminator for the classroom. We’ve gathered the best laminator picks together with that you can easily Strengthen documents or make teaching materials tear-proof and leak-proof.
Create your own classroom-sized calendar with this pocket table with 45 clear pockets to store headliners and days. Contains 68 calendar parts.
Along with a calendar, it is best to have a lesson plan so students know the plan for the day. This pocket chart comes complete with 10 writable / erasable schedule cards, 5 blank cards, and 1 title card.
With bold patterns, bright colors and cool, cozy vibes, carpets can transform a room from drab to fabulous. Also, many classroom rugs do a double job by helping with assigned seating.
Once you have your carpet, you may need to get some carpet stains! These make it easy for kindergarten kids to find their own number to sit on for reading or activities. Check out our favorite options here.
Your children can build CVC words with these colorful magnetic letters.
One of the most widely used mathematical manipulation tools in the world, Unifix cubes represent units and combine in one direction to teach kids to pattern, group, sort, count, number, add, subtract, multiply, divide and measure. We also have over 20 creative ways to use math manipulations in the classroom.
Whenever you’re upgrading your room and reading centers, be sure to consider bookshelves. We’ve rounded up the best shelves for any room, including some super cute ones for kindergarten.
You have the shelves, now is the time to fill them with books! We have compiled the best kindergarten books to fill your classroom.
Show sentences in action with this 28 “by 28” heavy duty nylon pocket board. Seven see-through pockets with reinforced eyelets make it easy to create a mini heel with your kindergarten children.
With so many new devices in school this year, you may not have a way to save your devices. This is my favorite way of storing iPads and Chromebooks. No tangled cables and it’s easy for the kids to put their devices away.
Speaking of tech, you need to have a couple of square pandas in your classroom if you have iPads. My kids love learning with the Square Panda year after year.
14. Multicultural craft paper
Kindergarten teachers will feel included in this multicultural craft paper set.
Managing the classroom is extremely easy with the use of a wireless doorbell. Speechless management at the push of a button. Check out all the colors here.
1 ″ distance for small hands and graphics in blue, green and red promote a feeling of success when learning to form letters correctly.
Step right to your whiteboard and use these bright, vibrant, non-toxic, quick-drying, smudge-proof, and dry-erase markers to make your mark this school year. Browse our top picks for dry erase markers for the classroom!
If you’re creating a theme for your classroom or just want to brighten up a corner or wall, you can consider fairy lights as a way to add light and personality. Here are our top string lights sets!
Board games are perfect for complementary learning. Not only will students learn how to get along and take turns, but they can also strengthen math and reading and writing skills! Check out our favorite board games including Camelot Jr. and River, Roads & Rails.
Blocks are an important part of the kindergarten. Students can learn to stack and build. Children can let their imaginations run wild to create worlds around them. You can learn about shapes and volumes. You can even learn to share with others!
Kinetic sand is so much fun to play with (just let it soak through your fingers) and is a great item to have on hand. Students can write letters and numbers in the sand or even dig for buried treasure. Just check out our list of over 20 satisfying ways to use kinetic sand in the kindergarten classroom!
More and more schools are integrating technology, including in kindergartens. Make sure you have a classroom kit of these colorful, resilient headphones. Thanks to the soft, round cups and the adjustable headband, they offer a comfortable fit for small ears.
Plastic folders hold the little ones’ first academic masterpieces. Look for sturdy folders with double-reinforced edges that can withstand a year of kindergarten learning. These colorful, moisture-proof, and tear-proof binders can each hold up to 135 sheets of letter-size paper.
Even kindergarten children can write a diary! The wide (11/32 inch) format of these kindergarten-grade composition books promotes clean, even lines for kids learning their ABCs. Each notebook contains 100 sheets of paper.
Thanks to the blunt design of these scissors, children can easily and safely cut through layers of paper, foam and poster board. Softgrip, padded handles with a structured anti-slip surface on the finger loops guide small hands to the right grip.
Ready for more fun in the classroom? A wireless microphone helps even the quietest children share and tell their work.
Imagine all of the artistic masterpieces your kindergarten kids will create with this classroom set of classic, colorful crayons! One of our favorite kindergarten classroom supplies, these colored pencils are divided into sections by color in the storage box to help keep your meal time organized.
Kids love to get creative with color, but kindergarten teachers want to keep color where it belongs and they just want to remove it where it doesn’t! These washable and non-toxic markers are now made with an ultra-clean formula that is easy to wash off your skin, clothing and walls. Like the crayons mentioned above, this class pack has storage areas, each separated by color, to help organize the markings.
Non-toxic, easy to use, and washable with soap and water, glue sticks make it easy to put two and two together. Grab a classroom set of these giant sticks so your kindergarten kids can create imaginative projects galore.
No teacher wants sticky spills – or worse, flu and cold viruses – to linger on classroom surfaces. Lysol Dual Action disinfectant wipes have two Sides, one for scrubbing and one for wiping. They also promise to kill 99.9% of viruses and bacteria.
Because wiping runny noses and drying tears are part of the unofficial job description of every kindergarten teacher.
We have plenty of posters on our Free Printables page and they are just the thing to brighten up your classroom walls. You can find our reading posters shown above here.
The kindergarten teachers will learn the excellent sharing habit this school year. Keep track of class materials and prevent them from getting lost in the mess with self-adhesive name tags.