General Supplies Checklist
You may have computers, but a learning center is still a classroom first, and that means having all the traditional creative resources you can. You may be limited by very practical concerns like space and budgets, but here's a list of things to try to keep in deep supply for near-everyday use:
- Large white pads of paper (at least 2'x3') that can stand on easels and on which you can write during mapping and webbing activities and other demonstrations. These pads are better than chalkboards because you can detach the used sheets and tape them to the wall.
- Traditional composition books with which to make journals.
Basic Supplies Checklist
Fine-point felt-tip marker sets
Plastic storage bins