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Written below are lists containing the craft supplies, supplemental materials, and books suggested throughout the 2 Year Curriculum. While the lists may seem daunting at first, I believe that you will find the vast majority of the supplies already in your home.  If they are not, I suggest that these items be available for your child to use and play with to expose your child to many textures, activities, books, and play.

Items are divided into categories to make them easier to find and linked to Amazon so that you view a picture of each item.  Most of these items should also be available at your local supermarket but may be substituted with other items on hand. View the 2 Year Lesson Plans to see how each item is used.
 

Again, do not get overwhelmed by this list.  Substitute items and books with what you already have in your home.

 

*Books

Week 1 Bible, Llama Llama Red Pajama
Week 2 When the Elephant Walks
Week 3 One Fish Two Fish Red Fish Blue Fish
Week 5 Five Little Speckled Frogs
Week 6 Good Night, Gorilla
Week 7 Old MacDonald Had a Farm
Week 8 Moo, Baa, La La La!
Week 10 Chicka Chicka Boom Boom
Week 11 My First Body Board Book
Week 12 Wheels on the Bus
Week 13 Put Me in the Zoo
Week 15 Brown Bear, Brown Bear What Do You See?
Week 16 I Love You Through and Through
Week 17 Ten Little Fish
Week 18 Foot Book
Week 20 Peek-a Who?
Week 21 Pat the Bunny
Week 22 We're Going on a Bear Hunt
Week 23 That's Not My...
Week 25 Where's Spot?
Week 26 The Going-to-Bed Book
Week 27 Jamberry
Week 28 Very Busy Spider
Week 30 How Do Dinosaurs Count to Ten?, From Head to Toe
Week 31 Old Hat New Hat
Week 32 Clifford the Big Red Dog
Week 34 Time for Bed
Week 35 Gossie

 

*Cd's and Cd-Rom's

_______ The Bible songs chosen in this curriculum are old "Sunday School" favorites and are added to heighten the curriculum.  I have tried to choose ones that are familiar to most but if the song is not known any Bible song can be used.  Most songs can be found on Amazon through MP3 download or on several Bible Songs CDs available to purchase.

 

*Craft Items

_______ animal stickers and pictures (old magazines)
_______ apple stickers
_______ balloons
_______ cardboard
_______ Cardstock
_______ Children's Safety Scissors
_______ Coffee Filter
_______ Construction Paper
_______ Cotton Balls
_______ craft decorations (various kinds - jewels, sequins, etc. )
_______ Crayons (use the large crayons for little hands)
_______ Fingerpaint
_______ Glitter
_______ Glue, Glue Sticks
_______ Googly Eyes
_______ Ink Pad - Washable
_______ Jumbo Craft Sticks
_______ letter stickers
_______ newspaper
_______ old magazines
_______ Paint
_______ Paint Brush
_______ Painter's Tape (this tapes doesn't leave a residue like masking tape)
_______ Paper
_______ Paper Plates (inexpensive paper plates are best)
_______ Paper towel roll/toilet paper rolls
_______ Pencil
_______ Pipe Cleaners
_______ pom-poms
_______ Q-tips
_______ Shaving Cream
_______ Sidewalk Chalk
_______ Sponge
_______ Squirt Bottle
_______ Stapler
_______ Star Stamps - may be made by cutting a sponge or place a thick star sticker on a block
_______ Sticky Tack
_______ Streamer
_______ String
_______ Tissue Paper
_______ Washable Markers
_______ Watercolors
_______ Yarn

 

*Food

_______ a variety of different colored and shaped food
_______ animal crackers
_______ berry foods
_______ breadstick dough or sugar cookie dough
_______ chocolate chips
_______ chocolate pudding
_______ crescent rolls
_______ cupcakes/cookies with frosting
_______ egg
_______ flour
_______ food coloring
_______ french vanilla pudding
_______ fruit loops
_______ Goldfish crackers
_______ jelly beans
_______ marshmallows
_______ macaroni
_______ pasta
_______ Parmesan cheese
_______ popped popcorn
_______ pretzel sticks
_______ pumpkin
_______ salt, kosher salt
_______ spaghetti
_______ vinegar

 

Household Items

_______ bandaids
_______ baster
_______ box or laundry basket
_______ clicking timer
_______ containers and lids
_______ cylinder container with lid
_______ fabric
_______ flashlight
_______ handkerchief
_______ Hole Punch
_______ Items of different textures
_______ journal
_______ magnifying glass
_______ old toothbrush
_______ packing tape
_______ paper sacks (various sizes and colors)
_______ paper towels
_______ photo of your child
_______ pillows or leaf pile
_______ rolled socks
_______ rope or belt
_______ shallow pan
_______ shoe box or kleenex box
_______ tent or covered cardtable
_______ towel
_______ zip-top bags

 

* Toys

_______ balls
_______ beads
_______ bean bag
_______ bubbles and wand
_______ dolls
_______ Duplo Legos
_______ musical instruments
_______ Peg Puzzle
_______ play clothes
_______ Play Dough
_______ puzzle or flashcards of colors/shapes
_______ stuffed animals
_______ Variety of toys (Sorting toy, cars, etc.)
_______ water toys
_______ Wooden blocks

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