The final word examine supplies guidelines for second grade

Second grade is an exciting time for elementary school students! They are no longer the babies of school and they are starting to make meaningful connections with the world at large. You master the basics and move on to more interesting and advanced topics. It’s important to have the resources you need to stay organized year round while improving the learning environment for your active little learners. Here is our comprehensive list of second grade study materials that will take your students on an exciting adventure through second grade.

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Place sentence strips, index cards, calendar pieces, library bags, class jobs, daily plans in this useful 34 ″ × 44 ″ table with a total of 10 clear pockets.

Get your students to work with this classroom-sized calendar pocket chart with 45 clear compartments for headliners and days. 68 calendar items help you plan the days and weeks for maximum fun and learning.

A timetable informs your second grade students about the daily schedule. You can even assign a task leader who changes the cards and times every day. This pocket chart comes complete with 10 writable / erasable schedule cards, 5 blank cards, and 1 title card.

Individual name / project tab slots in each slot of this brilliant classroom file system make it easy for second graders to organize their own work.

Create sets for blackboards with 3 x 24 inch, colorful striped blocks.

Help your second graders learn odd and even numbers, and even skip counting with a number line! And look at all of the activities you can do with number lines.

Continue your math class visually with this 100s chart with clear pockets. Fill it in yourself to hang on the wall or use for an activity where students sort their numbers.

Stop the paper trash madness with these durable, double-sided dry-erase boards. Coated with ClearWipe technology for effortless cleaning and less smudging, kids will love to write and wipe away mistakes.

These are always handy when using your whiteboard or for students with their mini whiteboards. Expo even makes a low odor formula and of course there are a number of colors to choose from to make learning and teaching even more fun!

Because you can never have enough sticky notes to hand in the classroom. Reuse these dry-erase sticky notes and set an environmentally friendly example in the classroom too. Check out these 25 nifty ideas for using traditional sticky notes in the classroom!

Mistakes help us learn, but you should be able to easily erase them. These brightly colored, magnetic whiteboard erasers are just the thing.

Organize your prints by category and color with 500 sheets of exceptional paper. Take advantage of color without the high cost of printing colored inks. Just add black ink!

Clipboards encourage independent and group learning. They also help with decorating and as separators. Definitely grab a kit as part of your second grade teaching material, then check out these 12 clipboard hacks for the classroom!

Reinforce documents or make teaching materials tear-proof and leak-proof. We’ve gathered the best laminator picks together with that you can easily Save these second grade projects to take home with you. Don’t forget to stock up on laminating bags too.

While you are putting together your second grade study materials, keep the centers stocked and organized with a rainbow of caddies.

Pencils are a must have to guide your young learners throughout their learning journey. They seem to vanish no matter how many you have on hand, so stock up!

You carry almost 5,000 stickers through a year in which you reward students for their good work.

Your second graders will enjoy math even more when you include board games, manipulations, dice and more from our math supplies for the classroom.

Swat these sight words until they are memorized! With fly swatters and a small friendly competition, you can playfully develop reading, spelling and vocabulary skills. Bonus: The element of speed promotes self-confidence and fluency in reading.

Motivate and inspire children with punch cards to do work or to clean up! Ten strokes correspond to a teacher-determined incentive.

These desk name tags not only remind children of where to sit: The handwritten alphabet (upper and lower case) with dashed lines, shape names and colors, numbers from 1-100 and symbols for the left and right hand ensures a practical, Desk-ready reference.

Remind your students that they are VIPs in second grade and beyond with this inspirational wall poster. Also check out these free kindness posters!

You need bookcases for your reading nook, and these tiered, easy-to-reach shelves or one of our other top bookcases are that perfect addition to any set of second grade teaching materials.

You have the bookshelves; Now is the time to fill it with books! We’ve rounded up the best books your second graders will love to read, from Giraffe Problems to A Different Pond.

We love reading, and so will your second graders! This reading poster set is great for bulletin boards or your class library corner.

Secure clips and sturdy magnets keep tasks visible on your whiteboards.

Board games are perfect for complementary learning and centers. Students learn social skills while strengthening their math and reading and writing skills! Check out our favorite board games including Sorry and Connect 4.

Do you want to add a touch of personality to your classroom? Why not look at the fairy lights as a way to lighten everyone’s mood? Here are our top string lights sets!

A classroom set of these colorful, tough headphones makes it easy for kids to listen and learn with technology. If you decide to use earbuds, we have a wealth of storage ideas!

Keep iPads charged and ready for your next tech second grade lesson.

Encourage your second graders to write on paper using brightly colored wide-loop notebooks.

Many projects in second grade require a lot of scissors. A handy pair of scissors makes the job safer and easier.

Stapling is a necessity, so have one or more of these handy!

Easy three-hole punching of up to 12 sheets without the usual jams. Perfect for adding papers to student portfolios!

We’ve compiled a list of the best pencil sharpeners that have been rated by teachers!

Teachers need a variety of tapes for a wide variety of surfaces. Masking tape is great as it is safe for walls and eeasy to tear and remove. Painter’s tape Easily removed from drywall and can be placed on whiteboards to help with handwriting! Transparent tape is also key for taping torn papers and for craft projects.

These caddies are great for tables as they are designed in a carousel style and can keep pencils, crayons, scissors, and glue sticks separate.

Many teachers like to put light-colored paper on their boards or perhaps use a topic! Better Than Paper is the perfect type of paper.

You have the paper; Now add the edge. Patterns include stars, polka dots, confetti candy sprinkles, stripes, zigzags, and back to school.

This clock is clear to read, colorful, and the minutes are clearly marked for easy reading of the time.

Second graders still love spending time reading on the carpet. Bring color into your room with one of these richly patterned and colorful rugs.

In a sturdy storage box, the crayons are divided into individual sections according to color, so that the meal is better organized.

Keep the paint where it belongs and easily remove it with wide line washable and non-toxic markers. This class package offers memory areas, each separated by color, to keep the markers organized for second-class creatives.

Huge all-purpose sticks are a must for second grade.

This 10-drawer storage cart is perfect for organizing worksheets and handouts for various activities. Never misplace that pile of copies again!

These are really the perfect teacher pens! They slide smoothly and effortlessly on all paper products and are available in so many great colors. As an added bonus, they show themselves wonderfully when writing on material projected through a document camera.

This nifty little laptop stand doubles as a keyboard stand for your interactive whiteboard.

These tickets can be used to reward students for good behavior, wonderful classwork, completing books, and more. If students earn 10 tickets, they can use them to buy a treat!

A treasure chest full of goodies is a great way to motivate your students to earn the tickets above. This range is full of the latest second class trends, including the coveted mochi squishies!

These Papermate erasers have always been around and are still the best on the market. Buy the real deal; the cheaters cannot be compared to the beloved Pink Pearl! Give each student one at the beginning of the year to remind them that everyone makes mistakes and it’s okay.

Sharpies are a must have for second grade study materials. Use them to label your students’ notebooks, textbooks, and more.

The uses for large format zippered bags in the classroom are endless. Use them for central stations, games and tokens, storage of teacher and student supplies, leftover food and much more. A teacher’s best friend!

These giant sticky note pads are great for anchor diagrams and poster-sized notes from entire group lessons. Hang them around the room so your students can look them up anytime!

Write each student’s name on a stick and use it year round to randomly call students, form collaborative groups on site, and mix things up when students share something. Check out these fun craft ideas too!

Get rid of sticky spills and viruses from your second grade classroom surfaces. Lysol Dual Action disinfectant wipes have two Sides, one for scrubbing and one for wiping, killing 99.9% of viruses and bacteria.

Wipe away those second-class runny nose with an almost endless supply of tissues.

Second graders love it when you implement a topic in class! Check out our space, jungle, sports, emoji, donut and camping pages!

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