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Classroom Supply List Giveaway for Teachers

Do you create a classroom supply list for your students? As a classroom teacher, I started the year thinking about what every student could bring in to support our work together. From supplies to keep them organized to extra tissues and hand sanitizer, there was always a selection of items I hoped they could bring in to start the school year strong.

If you’ve created a classroom supply list in the past, you know it can be tricky to set up students for success. With TeacherLists, you can make it easy for families to find and shop the items on your classroom supply list. Through June 30th of this year, the team at TeacherLists is showing their appreciation by giving away products teachers love!

In today’s blog post, I’ll share a few tips for your classroom supply list and details on how you can get classroom supply freebies from TeacherLists!

Classroom Supply List Freebies

Have you heard of TeacherLists? They are the back-to-school supply experts that make it easy for you to share classroom supply lists with families. Teachers can upload their supply lists in any file format and are automatically shared with major retailers like Amazon, Walmart, and Target. Then families can access the lists online  making it easy and quick for families to purchase items on their child’s classroom supply list in just one click.

TeacherLists Classroom Supply List

The team at TeacherLists has launched their We Love Teachers sweepstakes to show their appreciation for everything teachers do. How does it work? They’re giving away teacher-favorite products when you upload your supply list and add featured brands. You can add just one favorite brand or add them all. The campaign runs through June 30th, 2023, and you can find all of the information on this page.

5 Tips for Creating a Classroom Supply List

Infographic illustrating tips for creating an efficient classroom supply list, featuring colorful icons of pencils, notebooks, and other school supplies, alongside suggestions such as organizing items by category, prioritizing essentials, collaborating with other teachers, and involving students in the selection process.

Here are five quick tips to help you create a classroom supply list.

Ask other teachers in your school or district for their suggestions. This is super helpful if you’re new to a grade level or school building and unsure where to start when building your list.

Reach out to your school administration for guidelines on what supplies you are encouraged to add to your classroom supply list. By taking this step, you can make sure you don’t miss anything.

As you make a plan for your supply list, put items into categories. This can help ensure you have everything you need in categories like stationery, arts and crafts, organization, etc.

Consider the number of items needed for each supply over the course of the school year. This can help families know how much to order.

Make a separate section list for extra items that are helpful but optional. For example, families may want to purchase a few extra supplies to help out your class, and this can make it easy for them to donate.

We Love Teachers Sweepstakes

The We Love Teachers campaign is up and running! There are so many great brands to add to your supply list, from PaperMate Flair Pens to Play-Doh. After you craft your supply list, head to TeacherLists’ special We Love Teachers sweepstakes homepage to upload your list and enter the giveaway.

Ready to get access to teacher-favorite products? Head over to this page to upload your supply list and add featured brands. You have until June 30th to participate, and you can find more details on their landing page. I can’t wait to hear about the freebies you can bring to your classroom this year!

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Blog Author and EdTech Consultant Dr. Monica Burns

Monica Burns

Dr. Monica Burns is a former classroom teacher, Author, Speaker, and Curriculum & EdTech Consultant. Visit her site for more ideas on how to become a tech-savvy teacher.

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