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Homeschooling! What Extra Supplies Do I Need?

With the recent increase of homeschoolers due to Covid there was a frequent question being asked, what extra supplies do I need to get? Here’s my list of extra items I got for each grade we have done. Have any other questions about homeschooling just ask in the comments! Now you don’t necessarily have to have a curriculum but we use Timberdoodle

  • Paints and brushes or sponges
  • Scissors; both kid ones and adult
  • Crayons
  • Markers
  • Books; fun ones and educational ones
  • Stickers
  • Binder; I used one to keep all the worksheets from our workbook together since I torn them out so we could do skip around the book as needed
  • Construction paper
  • Clothes pins
  • Flash cards; numbers and letters
  • Glue sticks
  • Pipe cleaners
  • Googly eyes
  • Pompoms
  • Tape


  •  Container; I store all of our curriculum in this huge container so it’s all in one spot
  • Stickers
  • Pens and pencils; my Timberdoodle curriculum came with pencils for my daughter
  • Pencil sharpener; my curriculum came with one
  • Crayons; even though my curriculum came with them I liked the brand so much that I got the bigger assortment
  • Laminator and lamination sheets; wish I had got one sooner but I actually didn’t get one till we did kindergarten 
  • Utility tote; I use this to store the things we do everyday so I don't have to go into the container everyday and it’s great for when we travel but still need to do school
  • Sheet protectors
  • Dry erase markers and eraser
  • Pencil erasers
  • Printer paper
  • Loose lined paper
  • Paints and brushes
  • Construction paper
  • Binder; I use a 2in binder to keep the printed out schedule of our Timberdoodle curriculum
  • Flash cards from preschool
  • Glue sticks
  • Markers
  • Tape
  • Index cards
  • Tabs; I use them to mark the next page we do in the workbook do I don’t have to flip to them
  • Books for fun


  • Container; I store all of our curriculum in 2 huge containers so it’s all in one spot
  • Stickers
  • Pens and pencils; my Timberdoodle curriculum came with pencils for my daughter
  • Pencil sharpener; my curriculum came with one
  • Crayons; they are the same ones from our PreK year
  • Colored pencils; our curriculum came with some
  • Laminator and lamination sheets; got mine during our kindergarten year but wish I would have started PreK with one
  • Utility tote; same tote from PreK year
  • Sheet protectors
  • Dry erase markers and eraser
  • Pencil erasers
  • Printer paper
  • Loose lined paper
  • Paints and brushes
  • Construction paper
  • Binder; same binder from PreK I just put the printed out schedule from PreK into the container
  • Flash cards from preschool
  • Glue sticks
  • Markers
  • Tape
  • Index cards
  • Tabs; I use them to mark the next page we do in the workbook do I don’t have to flip to them
  • Books for fun
  • Brain Quest workbooks; I got the kindergarten one and kindergarten to first grade because we took 3 months off due a hard pregnancy so it’s not really a supply that would be needed but I wanted to see if I needed to go over anything after the long break




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