Get a Jump on Next Year–Supply Lists!

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Am I the only one that goes crazy every year making copies and hunting down books and keys and “back of the syllabus” resources scattered all over the house?  Unlikely.  So I made supply lists!  Not just the books, but every dang map, homemade key, printed religion question list, “History assignment overview” I forget to read…everything.

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I find that the easiest way to get ready for next year is to do as much as I can at the end of this year.  I have this attic system with office depot boxes; on the left you see my kindergarten box, followed by 5GRD, 7GRD, and 8GRD.  As I’m packing away this year, I’m using these lists to track what I have and what I’m missing. Nothing gets checked off until it’s in the box!  That way when I pull it down in August, I can say, “I still need to copy the Latin tests and print the BCII questions for this year.”  Or, “I never did find that 8/7 test key, did I?” OR whatever.

You can find these on the “Welcome to ___GRD” links in the sidebar if you lose track of this post.   I haven’t made ones for the other grades yet, but here are the ones I have. The rest will appear on those pages as I make them. Oh, and they’re HYPERLINKED to my printables and websites you need.  YAY!

KGRD Supply List -pdf in KGRD Supply List excel

1GRD Supply List pdf  1GRD Supply List  excel

2GRD Supply List pdf  2GRD Supply List excel

3GRD Supply List pdf and in  excel

4GRD Supply List PDF in 4GRD Supply List excel

5GRD Supply List – pdf    5GRD Supply List excel

6GRD Supply List – pdf  6GRD Supply List excel

 7GRD Supply List – pdf   7GRD Supply List excel

8GRD Supply List pdf   8GRD Supply List excel

In other news, I’ve added a lot of resources to the “Welcome to ___GRD” pages over there.  I have the 8GRD catechism, poetry, virtue/vice lists, UGTG outline maps; KGRD hymn lyrics; Latin noun stem charts, verb charts…lots of stuff. Go see!

 



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1 Jenn March 4, 2017

I might cry happy tears. I am 5 years into teaching MODG and as our oldest head into 7th grade I NEEDED these resources. Thank you for sharing!

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2 admin March 5, 2017

Hurray! I just taught that for the first time last year. This is year two. Let me know if there’s anything else I can do!

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3 Lindsey June 14, 2016

Deanna,

You are amazing! Thank you so much for all you do and share with us.

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4 admin June 16, 2016

You are welcome!

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5 Kristin June 13, 2016

Ditto what Susie said!! I’m itching to get home and starting switching out the shelves. I have banker’s boxes full of the books for each grade too. Baby #8 is due August 29th, so I’m trying to get extra organized this year. 6 students, K-11th this year!

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6 admin June 14, 2016

WOW, that’s a lot. Anything I can do? Need at-a-glance charts for the year so you can move things around when it gets (more) busy? I have some made already and can just pop in columns for your curriculum choices that differ.

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7 Susie Marshall June 12, 2016

Can I just say, you are amazing! I don’t know if I have used much because my kids are older but I am just in awe of your generosity and skills for organization and seeing the big picture and sharing it back with clarity and it just makes me what to send a big hug through the internet!! ((HUGS)) God bless you!!!

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8 admin June 12, 2016

AW thanks! You made my day!

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