Hello everyone! today I am brining you a new post all about the school supplies I purchased for this year. Since I am going into high school, I really can’t prepare for my classes so I bought all the basic necessities. Coming up soon, I’ll have a part two showing all the items the supply lists usually don’t say, but you need. I’m excited to see what you’ll think about it. Anyway, let’s get started!
three one inch binders. light blue for choir, dark blue for math, and yellow for band.
my favorite folders are the Five Star paper folders. two yellow for science and Spanish, white for human geography, light blue for English, and black for my electives. Since I am taking band and choir I am only able to do two, I’ll be doing a Leadership class which will help with my future career (being a lawyer), and another class that helps with computer and project editing.
for notebooks I only bought two colors. three black, english, human geography, and electives. two yellow, Spanish and science.
yes, a pink calculator for math, of course.
I know tons of people who prefer the paper mate twisty mechanical pencils, but these Bic Velocity pencils are my absolute favorite.
the rest of my pencils (besides the one paper mate pencil), are all cheap crappy ones to give to people or to leave in my band case.
Fun fact: I have an obsession with colorful pens but I only am putting a couple in my pencil case. I love the Bic Gelocity pens, I put three in black, blue, and red. I also am keeping a G-2 pen in pink and a yellow whiteout tape.
I am a visual learner and highlighters are a big help for me. I just have some various highlighters from sharpie, office depot brand, and bic.
Here are some extra items I have in my pencil case. lead, sharpie pen, eraser, and post-it tabs.
I wanted to show you my pencil case as well. I love the three shades of yellow. I found it at a thrift shop but it’s from the brand ipsy.
the final thing is these colored pencils that I keep in a clear pencil case.
Thank you for reading lovelies! I am starting to get excited for the school year. Please look out for my part two of this post coming out later this week. Thank you for reading and make sure to subscribe to my blog by scrolling down to the bottom of the page.