Class Newsletters! (Freebie Included!)

By Naomi O'Brien

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Something that I found easy to utilize all year long to stay connected to parents and caregivers was a classroom newsletter.
I make it a priority to keep my parents/caregivers in the loop as much as possible. I found that a newsletter was the best way to keep them connected and involved! Google Translate was my best friend if anything needed to be translated to a language other than English (since it’s the only one I know). It wasn’t a perfect translation, but it got the job done!
Choosing to send home a weekly, biweekly, or monthly newsletter is up to you. I sent mine home every Friday so parents/caregivers knew what to expect the following week.
Do what will be helpful, but do only what you can handle.

I hope you can use this resource for your classroom!

If it doesn’t meet all of your needs, feel free to make your own or search www.TeachersPayTeachers.com for one that does!

Click here to grab this freebie!

Naomi

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Hi, I'm Naomi

I have been teaching elementary students for over 10 years. Effective reading instruction and accurate social studies at the primary level are huge passions of mine! 

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  1. you are a fantastic teacher. i love your ideas. i loved the teaching of black history segment, as well as, the others. you present great ideas for teaching appropriate behavior in class. so positive; so refreshing. kudos fr a retired teacher. once a teacher; always a teacher.

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