Want to keep parents in the loop? Want to save ink?
Here are my favorite resources for paperless parent communication!
Each newsletter in this collection comes in 3 styles, and all can be used in a paperless format. (There is an ink-friendly printable version included as well.)
Teachers love them because they’re quick and easy to use, and parents love them because they’re well-organized and mobile friendly.
You can find these versatile newsletters in a large variety of themes, including shiplap, nautical, pineapple, growth mindset, kindness and wonder, sports, outdoorsy, old school, geometric, and more!
This set of reminders for parents includes printable versions as well as full-color reminder images to be used in your emails, texts, and on your class website or social media accounts. They are eye-catching and easy to use, and they work with apps like ClassDojo.
Use them as badges for gamified learning in your classroom, print the black and white versions for positive behavior tags or end-of-the-year awards. (Students can color them!) And my favorite way to use them…Send them via email or text to parents to brag about something their child did in class. (Similar to the Parent Reminder Notes above.)
These slideshow templates will make your back-to-school parent night a breeze! They’re available in PowerPoint and Google Slides. Just add your classroom details and you’re all set to rock parent night!
This pack includes 30 parent notes aligned to the Common Core State Standards. (K-12 Anchor Standards and Standards for Mathematical Practice.) Each note is saved as an individual file, so it’s easy to attach them to your email newsletter or send them home anytime you’d like to give parents ideas for home practice and enrichment. These are meant to provide parents with simple ideas to help them review and reinforce key content through fun literacy and math conversations at home.