Classroom Must Haves: Feb. Marketplace Update

If you have donations in your account, now is a great time to start shopping for the classroom must-haves that you need for the second half of the school year. Whether you’re teaching from home, in the classroom, or a hybrid of both, we have the learning tools you’re looking for.

New to Register your classroom on, and read our Fundraising Guide for Teachers for help with raising donations for school supplies. Our guide includes crowdfunding tips, downloadable resources, and examples that will help you fundraise for your classroom must haves.

Meet a Few of Our Great Vendor Partners

Lakeshore Learning is your one-stop for everything early childhood and elementary school. Their robust selection includes furniture, art supplies, learning manipulatives, and more.

Featured: Flexible Seating

Give your students a special place to sit with Flex-Space floor seats, balance balls, and wobble cushions that provide flexible seating wherever you need it!

BoardShare is dedicated to bringing technology into classrooms worldwide. BoardShare offers a portable and affordable interactive whiteboard solution.

Featured: Document Camera

The BoardShare document camera is a visual presenter that captures real time images for displaying an object to a large audience. You can connect the document camera to a computer via USB.

OOLY is your place for fun writing and art supplies. Spark your creativity with OOLY pens, pencils, markers, and a lot more.

Featured: Do-Overs Erasable Highlighters

This set of six neon colors allows you to highlight important information for quick reference later, and the erasable ink lets you make mistakes without worry!

What To Do After Spending Your Donations

  1. Post photos of the supplies you purchased to the Updates section of your classroom fundraising page, and leave your donor(s) a thank you message. Learn more about posting to the Updates feed here.

  2. Login and update your classroom fundraising page. Use the “Description” section to explain what you and your students need for the second half of the school year and why. Read our tips for updating your classroom page here.

  3. Read our Fundraising Guide for Teachers. It includes crowdfunding tips, downloadable resources, and examples that will help you raise donations for classroom must haves.

  4. Refer your teacher friends and colleagues to Doing so will enter both you and the teachers you refer for the chance to receive a $100 donation each if they create a fundraising page. Learn more here.