A Colorful & Editable BACK TO SCHOOL INVITATION LETTER From the Teacher
A fun, colorful and fully customizable invitation letter from you to your young students before school start or on the first day of the year. Styled like a party invite, this enticing letter helps you establish a personal relationship with everyone in your class, make every single student feel welcome to class, and ignites curiosity and excitement amongst the kids about the new school year and all the learning possibilities you have in store for them.
With four different versions to choose from, this lovely invite has limitless editing possibilities. Insert a photo of yourself, the classroom or the class mascot - or sign the invite AS the class mascot! You can email the invites or print them, glue onto card stock and slide into colorful envelopes... Hand out on orientation day, first day of school or send via snail mail as soon as you have your class list! For more ideas, see the detailed instructions below.
This product is a PowerPoint file with:
- Four different, editable versions of the Back to School Invitation (1 invite per page) from Ready to Print to Re-Designable & Re-Writeable
- Thanks (1 page)
For personal & classroom use only.
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How to use:
There are four different versions of the same invitation in the PowerPoint file. The first one doesn't need any editing at all - it's ready to print. Maybe you want to sign it by hand after printing - up to you!
The other versions allow for a little more of your personal touch. You can add a personal note, a class schedule, a photo of yourself, the classroom and/or the class mascot... You can even sign the letter AS the class mascot! Imagination is the only limit!
Feel free to use any of your own favorite font(s). If you like the fonts I've used, they are called Grand Hotel (the headers - free via FontSquirrel.com) and GelPenUprightLight (the text body - free via dafont.com). Download them at your own risk and responsibility to achieve the same look as in the prewritten versions.
As all the different versions are in the same PowerPoint file, you may want to delete the versions you don't need (select the slide and click Backspace or Delete Slide). If you wish to keep all the versions, you can of course do that, too! Simply remember to type in the PAGE NUMBER of the slide you want to print out in the print dialogue box. For example, print 24 copies of page 3.
You can print the invitations one per page, two per page or four by page. In the latter two cases, cut the invitations apart. If you wish, you can glue the invites onto colored cardstock and slide them into colored envelopes personally addressed to each child. You can either send the invites via snail mail or hand them out on orientation day or the first day of school to be opened at home!
If you wish to email the invitation instead of printing, it may be a good idea to save the slide of your choosing as a jpg image. In the Save dialogue box, select the jpg format from the drop-down menu instead of saving asa PowerPoint presentation. Then drag the image from your files into an email as an inline image. (Sending a PowerPoint file is not advisable.)