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The Ultimate Inventory Checklist for Teachers

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Hello again friends!! If you missed my post about:

   The Ultimate End of Year Checklist for Teachers you need to go read it now! Don't forget to snag your free End of Year checklist!! 

The Ultimate Inventory Checklist

Now that you have your End of Year Checklist, you are on your way to a nicely, neatly, wrapped up school year (hey, we can dream, right?). Now you need a better way to take inventory of what you still have, what you need to prep a purchase order for, or what you need to keep an eye out for over the summer.

Best Tips for Inventory: 

-Set aside a good chunk of time, trust me it's better to do this all at once

-Make a code of things you NEED and things you WANT

-Don't be afraid to get rid of things! If you haven't used it in the last year, TOSS IT!

Okay… “inventory” doesn't exactly sound fun… but purging my cabinets is one of my favorite things to do, and trust me….

If you take inventory of your supplies NOW, you will be thanking yourself come Back to School time!!

If you have strong willpower, this is a great way to make sure you aren't spending extra money on things you already have.

If you are anything like me, you will probably buy the stuff anyway because you “might need it” 🙈

Am I Right?

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Kristen Sullins

Kristen Sullins

I am a current first grade teacher, mother of two, follower of Christ and Texas native. In my own classroom, I love to focus on and plan new ideas for my guided reading and guided math stations, warm ups and interventions and all things organization.

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