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Parent letters from teachers

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This welcome letter is inspirational and motivational. I hope these words of encouragement inspire your children and students to succeed. I wrote it with the intent of being versatile. May be used by TEACHERS, SPECIALISTS, OR PARENTS.  #endoftheschoolyear  #teacherletter

This welcome letter is inspirational and motivational. I hope these words of encouragement inspire your children and students to succeed. I wrote it with the intent of being versatile. May be used by TEACHERS, SPECIALISTS, OR PARENTS. #endoftheschoolyear #teacherletter

Teacher Idea Factory: FORM FRENZY + PEN PAL FREEBIE

If you are feeling behind, raise your hand! OH MY WORD PEOPLE (sorry for the shouty capitals, but you know you'd use 'em too)!!!! I know y...

FREE Parent Reminders for a Successful School Year - A hand out for Curriculum or Open House Night

Parents play an important role in the classroom. It's helpful to educate parents on how to help their children have a successful school year. Here is a list to hand out to parents on what they can do at home to help their child become successful in the school year. Hand these out at your open house or curriculum night. Parents can post this on their refrigerator for quick reminders. Click the picture above for your free handout for parents. Here are more blog posts I wrote for parents…

I wanted to share my "Meet the teacher" letter for back to school night! I used special fonts, so I uploaded the PDF version. Please let me know if you want the word doc so you can edit it for yourself! Good luck & ENJOY!

Description I wanted to share my "Meet the teacher" letter for back to school night! I used special fonts, so I uploaded the PDF version. ENJOY!

FREE Parent Handout: This Is Actually Why We Play

There’s so much more to kindergarten readiness than letter recognition. Maybe it’s because I’ve always wanted to be a teacher…but it baffles me that families don’t understand that 3, 4, and 5 year olds learn better through play than worksheets. Here’s a FREE parent handout to send home to help those families recognize what play...Read More