I couldn't find a parent/teacher conference form that I liked, so I made my own. I have included general strengths/concerns and academic strengths/concerns. I have found that this form is a good starting point for my parent/teacher conferences. This form is a Word Document and EDITABLE.This form is
These forms include general strengths/concerns and academic strengths/concerns. I have found that it is a good starting point for my parent/teacher conferences. This form is a Word Document and EDITABLE. One form is in ENGLISH and one form is in SPANISH.
This form was intended for my third grade st
Download and print this pre-made letter to notify parents in writing of any current concerns that you may be having with their child (academic or behaviorally). It has a space at bottom for parents to sign & return so that you have documentation that they have been notified and are aware! Save y
I had some requests for a Spanish form. This is a SPANISH only form. This form includes general strengths/concerns and academic strengths/concerns. I have found that it is a good starting point for my parent/teacher conferences. This form is a Word Document and EDITABLE.I also have an ENGLISH versi
This letter format was designed as a classroom management tool in order to help elementary school teachers quickly and efficiently communicate to parents about a student’s behavioral or academic struggles, in English. Contains two letters per page, easily cut in half. Also includes a comments sectio
This bag is packed with a parent night resource that will save your life (and your time)! Print these questions cards on cardstock and cut apart. Have them out on parent nights for parents to write their questions on. You can then easily answer their question via phone or email the following day.
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I have created this resource to engage students in writing a Text Dependent Analysis that relates to a current trend. Students were able to choose between this and the other TDA I cre
Use this quick feedback form to gather information from parents regarding concerns they have for their child. Great supplement to psychological evaluations or for teachers to use to get to know their students' strengths and needs.
The parent concern letter is one of the most important forms I provide my parents with each year. This letter gives parents a place to voice their concerns, fears, excitement, and other emotions and thoughts they have about their child starting a new year. This is also a place where they can inform
This handout informs a parent and teacher about communication concerns in preschool and school age children. It provides characteristics of various communication areas (ie., articulation, fluency, voice and language) and when to seek out a referral for a Speech-Language Pathologist.
This is an easy way to communicate with parents about discussions for parent/teacher conferences. I send this form home prior to parent/teacher conferences for parents to write down things they'd like to discuss at our meeting. They send this form back in time for me to prepare answers for their que
"Should I be worried about my child’s speech?: A guide for concerned parents" is a brief handout that you can distribute to parents who express concerns about their child's speech or when you need an easy-to-read reference to explain articulation development in IEP meetings. To get the age norms, I
This letter format was designed as a classroom management tool in order to help elementary school teachers quickly and efficiently communicate to parents about a student’s behavioral or academic struggles, in Spanish. Contains two letters per page, easily cut in half. Also includes a comments sectio
This is a letter home to parents regarding behavior of students in class. It is a checklist in both English and Spanish that can be sent home to parents for better communication and communication.
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Are you in need of a way to organize all of the questions and concerns your parents have during parent teacher conferences? Here is an easy tool to organize parent requests and then to get them checked off after conferences. You just complete each task one sticky note at a time! When the board is
This is the first form I send home to parents, which outlines the date and time of their conference. It also provides room for any concerns they are having with their child and is a good tool to guide the upcoming conference.
As a Special Education teacher I know how hard it can be to always capture parent concerns as they arise during an IEP or on the phone prior to the scheduled meeting. I have made a list of the most common parent concerns that typically come up most often during the IEP planning process or during th
A must have for Parent - Teacher Conferences and Private Meetings.Just insert you school logo and begin logging parent comments and concerns.Support us! Remember to rate & comment on this product, and if you have any questions, you’ll be happy to find that we’ll respond quite promptly.Follow us