With back to school comes a whole list of items you’d love to have for your classroom. It’s helpful if we are able to send home a suggested supply list but sometimes there are extra things that would be great to have donated to the classroom. So for meet the teacher night, make back-to-school donation bricks and ask for those extra things you wished you could have.
There are so many parents out there that are more than happy to help donate items for your classroom, they just don’t know what you really need. By putting out these bricks, it allows you to really get the items specifically needed for your room.
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back to school donation bricks
To make the donation bricks, I took inspiration from the back to s school student gift I made. Click here to check it out and download the bag toppers for free.
I created an anchor chart by drawing a mini-figure. I just pulled up a simple image and did my best.
Next, simply download, print, and cut out the bricks of items you wish to have in your classroom.
Tape them onto the anchor chart so the students or families can easily remove them to take home with them to remember to purchase the item.
In the download, I’ve also included blank bricks that you can edit to add any additional items that I didn’t include. You do need PowerPoint in order to open and edit this file.
You can download the Back To School Donation bricks for free by clicking the green box below.
What are some items that are on the top of your wish list for your classroom?
See you next time!