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School SLPs, want to introduce yourself in a letter to your students' parents, but don't know what to say? Check out this free, editable template to save yourself time!Included are an introduction letter, as well as a meeting reminder note, and examples of both. Please note: you must have Powerpoint on your computer to be able to use and edit this file.___________________________________________________________________As with all of products in this store, this is copyrighted by Natalie Snyde
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I made this product when starting out my CF. It could be used when beginning your career or switching schools. This handout will save time and make it easy to establish communication with parents. Fill in the blanks and edit it with information specific to you.
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Have you moved to a new district? Do you have a lot of students who moved into your district? Need something quick and easy to give to parents giving a little introduction about you? This product is for you if you answered yes to any of those questions!**As of September 14, 2022: This is an editable version that you can download and use through Google Slides. Download the pdf and copy and paste the url next to the google slides icon! I hope this makes your life easier and saves you precious time
Most speech therapy homework activities require students to have expressive language abilities, however no expressive language skills are needed for any of the activities this calendar! This resource contains parent friendly activities caregivers can do at home with young or limited verbal learners, making it perfect for distance learning. Each week contains activities that target areas of common weaknesses. Click here to save 30% on an entire year's worth of homework!This resource targets the f
Most speech therapy homework activities require students to have expressive language abilities, however no expressive language skills are needed for any of the activities this calendar! This resource contains parent friendly activities caregivers can do at home with young or limited verbal learners. Each week contains activities that target areas of common weaknesses. Click here to save 30% on an entire year's worth of homework!This resource targets the following concepts: Week 1: focuses on th
Most speech therapy homework activities require students to have expressive language abilities, however no expressive language skills are needed for any of the activities this calendar! This resource contains parent friendly activities caregivers can do at home with young or limited verbal learners. Each week contains activities that target areas of common weaknesses. Click here to save 30% on an entire year's worth of homework!This resource targets the following concepts: Week 1: focuses on the
Most speech therapy homework activities require students to have expressive language abilities, however no expressive language skills are needed for any of the activities this calendar! This resource contains parent friendly activities caregivers can do at home with young or limited verbal learners. Each week contains activities that target areas of common weaknesses. Click here to save 30% on an entire year's worth of homework!This resource targets the following concepts: Week 1: focuses on th
Most speech therapy homework activities require students to have expressive language abilities, however no expressive language skills are needed for any of the activities this calendar! This resource contains parent friendly activities that caregivers can do at home with young or limited verbal learners. Each week contains activities that target areas of common weaknesses. Click here to save 30% on an entire year's worth of homework!This resource targets the following concepts: Week 1: focuses
This resource contains an EDITABLE letter for Speech-Language Pathologists to send to parents at the beginning of the school year. There are 2 pages of the letter. The first is a general introduction letter to (welcome, about the SLP, contact info, picture). The second page allows you to provide the parent with a brief snapshot of the child's IEP (goals, service time, therapy schedule, next IEP date).★★★ PLEASE NOTE: These are PowerPoint files. The background images and headings are locked, but
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These watercolor templates can be used to create any document! The intro letter could be used when beginning your career or switching schools. This handout will save time and make it easy to establish communication with parents. Fill in the blanks and edit it with information specific to you.
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This is a vital document to send home at the beginning of every school year. We are providing this document in microsoft word format so that you can edit for your personal use. We highly recommend adding your schools letter head and including your personal contact information in the designated areas. It is always better to have an open line of communication with the parents starting from day 1. We especially find this useful since we work with High Schoo Students who often "forget" which day
A letter addressed to parents of students who receive speech and language services. The letter reviews the student's mandate, schedule, and projected IEP meeting date. Contact information is also provided.
This packet includes FULLY EDITABLE letters to parents written in English and Spanish using both cute colorful backgrounds as well as black and white.Contents include: Parent introduction letter – English Parent introduction letter -Spanish Homework letter – English Homework letter - Spanish IEP reminder letter – English IEP reminder letter - Spanish Progress report cover letter – English Progress report cover letter – Spanish Summer letter – English Summer letter – Spanish Parent c
Product Information: Hello! This is an editable power point document where you can introduce yourself to your student and their parents. Perfect to mail with their back to school letter, or for Meet the Teacher Night! I hope you find that it fits your specific needs as a SPED or speech teacher, which can be quite different than normal teacher templates! Enjoy! It has editable text boxes for these areas: -quick bio-contact info-education-notes from your departmentRelated School Professional In
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Fill in the blanks with contact information and specific dates. This handout makes it easy to give parents notice of S/L services easily whether you work at one school or multiple schools. These handouts will save time. Many parents still don't have email, give them this IEP meeting letter in a student's backpack and get confirmation with a return slip.
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This SLP & Special Educator Welcome Packet is designed with families in mind. It provides a template for an introduction letter, IEP information, and a parent questionnaire. By using Google Slides, you can easily edit the content and access this information in the cloud when needed.Contents:- “Meet the SLP” Letter + Example- Upcoming IEP Information- Upcoming Re-Evaluation Information- Practical Tips for IEP Meetings- Parent QuestionnaireHow to Use:- Select "Make a Copy" (this will add a cop
This introduction letter is short and sweet, providing key details for the beginning of the school year. I use neon folders to send homework home and I state this in the letter. I have taken out personal information and left blank underlined spaces for you to write in your information for parents. Please feel free to e-mail me at mstaubin.slp@gmail with any comments, questions, or suggestions. Enjoy!
This product is to introduce yourself to your new student caseload families. Many of your students may have had a previous case carrier for a few years and parents may be nervous about the transition. Having a letter of introduction/welcome letter gives you an opportunity to introduce who you are and what you are about. I’ve done this at two different schools and the parents and admin at both schools have loved it. -This product has two sample letters: one for public school and the other for p
This product includes the introduction letter I give to teachers at the beginning of the year to let them know which student/s will receive speech and language therapy/ when/ and the goals we will address. This product also includes a new idea I'm implementing to communicate with parents. I have found that most homework sheets or ideas are disregarded or not brought back. This lets the parent/guardian know what was addressed during therapy and you have the option to give easy to implement ideas
This letter is a brief memo you can send home with students at the beginning of the year or when they are added to your caseload. It introduces you to the parents and describes the days that you will be on campus and/or working with their children. The top half of the letter is written in English, and the bottom half of the letter is written in Spanish, so parents in either an English-speaking or Spanish-speaking home can get to know you better! Items written in BOLD RED are meant to be custom
Find various resources to help any SLP during the beginning of a school year. Resources that included are A Student's Speech and Language Information Form, Daily Schedule, IEP Monthly Calendar, Parent Speech Therapy Introduction Letter, Classroom Sign Out Sheet, Speech and Language Contract, Speech and Language Hall Pass, and Speech and Language Schedule Cards.
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This introduction letter is short and sweet, providing key details for the beginning of the school year for Spanish-speaking families. I use neon folders to send homework home and I state this in the letter. I have taken out personal information and left blank underlined spaces for you to write in your information for parents. Please feel free to e-mail me at mstaubin.slp@gmail with any comments, questions, or suggestions. Enjoy!
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Freebie! Core Vocabulary Letter to introduce concepts to parents!
Parent handouts are a simple and effective way to coach and support families of children with communication disabilities. These 10 handouts focus on water and ice investigations that parents and caregivers can do at home to encourage speech and language skills. Included: 1 Parent Intro Letter11 Learning through Play Activity SheetsEach page includes one language and one articulation activity that can be done at home with very few supplies. Also included are target vocab and a basic concept. Topi
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