1. These, which you spent more time smelling and less time drawing with.
2. These suckers, which never, ever stayed closed for long.
3. These sticky things — you especially loved getting it all over your fingers and peeling it off.
4. Or you had these, except you probably lost a fair share over the course of the school year.
5. These next-gen writing utensils, which seemed futuristic to your elementary school self at the time.
6. You had to crunch numbers (and spell out BOOBLESS) on one of these bad boys.
7. If you were feeling like you needed something oh-so-pretty, then you went with all Lisa Frank stuff.
8. These erasers, which really didn't do that much erasing.
9. In theory, these were pretty awesome...but they were really just a nuisance.
10. School supply shopping was never complete without a Crayola 64-pack of crayons.
11. But out of the 64 crayons, at least one of them wouldn't behave.
12. Then there was the holy grail of art supplies:
13. The milky goodness of these was unforgettable, despite the fact they never wrote or drew as well as you'd hoped.
14. And if you were REALLY lucky, you had some of the multicolored milky gel pens in your backpack.
15. Speaking of backpacks, you totally rocked a JanSport to school.
16. Math class wasn't complete without one of these.
17. You definitely had some construction paper for arts and crafts, and the smell will haunt you until the end of time.
18. To cut through that construction paper in art class, you of course needed a pair of these, most likely teal or purple.
19. You definitely had one of these in your backpack at all times, and totally mastered "Hot Cross Buns."
20. These helpful and colorful things that helped you get a grip.
21. Also, reading wasn't so bad because these bookmarks were rad AF.
22. These were completely necessary when you were writing all that addition and subtraction.
And emptying one of these felt oh-so-good.