Target Dollar Spot Finds
After seeing so many fabulous things other teachers were finding in the Target Dollar Spot, I decided to head there and check it out…here’s what I ended up with:
I got these great turquoise tubs that I used to make my math tubs out of (see yesterday’s post). They were $3 each. The cups I found in the summer/picnic section and they were $0.79 each. I got 7 tubs and 14 cups.
I also found lots of stickers, pointers, pencils, and Dr. Seuss stuff. I bought enough of the paper Dr. Seuss hats to last me the next couple of years. I picked up this turquoise bulletin board/chalkboard too for $3. I had a dry erase board on my door and it got knocked off. This one fit my room colors (black and turquoise), so I decided to use it instead of a dry erase board. I think I bought out all the stickers they had! These are great for our 100’s day sticker books, so I picked up LOTS. We usually switch rooms on 100’s day, so I end up seeing 125 Kindergarten students and each one wants to make a sticker book = LOTS of stickers needed!
Not from the Dollar Spot, but just as exciting, I picked up a Leap Reader pen on CLEARANCE!! I also got two more books to add to our collection of Leap Reader books. I was able to enter a contest earlier in the summer and already had 3 of these books and I used a gift card to purchase another Leap Reader pen. So we now have 2 Leap Reader pens and 5 books to help us start the year off. I plan on using these in one of my Literacy Work Stations.
Posted on July 22, 2015, in 100's Day, Math Tubs, Pencils, Stickers, Target Dollar Spot and tagged 100's Day, Math Tubs, Pencils, Stickers, Target Dollar Spot. Bookmark the permalink. 5 Comments.
Hi! I’m curious how the kids do with the Leap Pens and if you can give me any tips or suggestions for using them in my kinder classroom? Thanks
I suddenly have am irresistible urge to go to Target. 🙂
Lovely finds! That storage thingie is awesome! 😀
I made a similar stop this week. It’s great to be able to stock up on stickers for the year!
We use TagReaders in Listen to Reading. The kids love them!