Send home cute notes to share all the awesome things your kids are doing! My kids really enjoy getting these and showing them off to their parents. I even have students who tape them to their desk or cubbies. It's the cutest thing!
This product contains positive parent mail that can be sent home with your students to let their families know that they had an awesome day! Since it is already made all you have to do is fill in the students name! It is available in Spanish too!
What parent doesn't want to receive a positive letter about how well their child is doing in class?! If you're a fan of Joanna Gaines and anything shiplap related, then this is the product for you! **This product is going to be part of an ever-growing bundle of positive parent letters!**
As a parent, it is nice to hear good things too! Send a little positive note to parents to help strengthen relationships in your school community. You can use this as a post card in the mail or just send home in an envelope! Print on card stock & post card template is provided for front and back
Let parents know how awesome their child is doing by sending happy mail to parents digitally! You can either send these Google slides directly to parents, or you can download them as PDFs or JPGs to send them through email, Class Dojo, or Remind. I hope you enjoy these! Other digital postcards:I Mis
How amazing do your students feel when you give their parents good news? Imagine how surprised they'll be when that good news comes in the mail! These postcards are the perfect, fridge-worthy tool for conveying good things to your students and their families. This set comes with 6 colorful designs a
***Updated September 6 --- all ready to go for the 2020-2021 School Year! Includes calendars for August 2020 - June 2021.Creating this daily classroom behavior chart was one of the best teaching decisions I ever made! *** NOTE: I update these calendars every year, so once you purchase these calen
* Parent Postcards Share accomplishments and successes by sending home positive notes to your students' parents. These are a great way to build relationships with your students and their families. You can either send these as a postcard by printing them double-sided, with the address lines, and mail
Teacher Mail was designed to help student's get positive affirmation sent home to parents. Parents will be informed of what their child has done at school.This resource includes:4 parent letters on a pagePrint on Astro Bright Paper or colored ink and ENJOY!
⭐️ NEW! ⭐️Reach parents where they are with a positive message from you to strengthen the parent-teacher partnership! These positive notes home can be used as postcards to mail or to send home with your students. With 4 designs to choose from you can keep your communication fresh and fun!❤️ Why you'll
BAND E-MAIL GENIE - watch this overview videoHave you as a band teacher, ever felt these things:You send very similar e-mails often for repeatedly similar behaviors, or wish you could?You have to always reserve a chunk of extra time to look up, copy & paste an email address, or message? But you
Check in with students and parents with a sweet surprise in the mail! Positive postcards are a great way to continue to foster relationships in the classroom and let students and their families know how well they are doing!Postcard covers include preschool to 8th grade, plus a "superstar speech stud
This resource Includes:1. 40 Pieces of Parent Happy Mail: These are ready to-go cards that highlight a positive trait of the child and that parents LOVE! to receive. EDITABLE! and also available in a google slide so you can just share it quickly with each of your parents. print and digital. 4 differ
Do you have any Remote Learning Rockstars in your virtual classroom? Share what they are rockin’ at with their families! Email these positive notes to your student’s family members to share how well they are doing during their remote learning experience. Fill in your student’s name, the reason for b
Send these positive postcards home with your students or mail them to parents to keep in contact! I've found that creating a positive relationship benefits everyone involved. Parents love to hear that their child is doing well, and students like to know that you've noticed their hard work! Print on
Getting students to behave isn't always an easy task and sometimes as a teacher you have to make that dreaded phone call home to parents and legal guardians. But, what if at the beginning of the year, you could implement positive phone calls that would set you up for success rather than failure if