Fun Editable Monthly Newsletters. These templates allow you to modify many elements within the newsletter to make it work for you!
(reloaded Oct 2015: Color and BW versions have been merged so that you only have 3 files to download.)
(revised July 2014)
(revised Sept.2014 added completely editable Black and White version)
This bundle includes:
1- An Editable file in Power Point (includes color and black and white)
2- An Editable file in Word (includes color and black and white)
3- A PDF VERSION for teachers who prefer to print out a hardcopy to write on. (includes color and black and white)
**Each file format includes a template without a header. You may use this one as a weekly newsletter.
What is editable in the color version?
You will be able to edit the following:
1. Fonts: Change the font, color and size of the subject titles and any text that you will add to this file.
2. Shape Boxes: Add more boxes, delete boxes, change the position and size as you wish.
3. Clip Art: Move it around or re-size it as needed.
4. Text Boxes: Edit this text as you wish. Move the text box around if you need to.
What is not editable?
The Monthly Headers in the color version. But, you can still change it by buying the font from Lettering Delights. Then, cover my header with a white box and add your own.
About the BONUS BLACK AND WHITE VERSIONS (sept.2014)
I added a bonus black and white version in Power Point, Word AND in PDF. The black and white versions are COMPLETELY EDITABLE.
Including the monthly headers
because I made my own font for this one. Just download my LB WHEELS ON THE BUS
font to keep the months font. Now you can edit the month text and make it a weekly newsletter (in this black and white version) !
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Are you downloading from a PC (not a Mac)?
If you had trouble downloading the color version on your PC, please download it again or follow the instructions below.
"Right-click on the unopened zip file and select ‘extract all’. Choose the location where this will be saved. I suggest your desktop. You should see two folders now. Ignore/delete the “_MACOSX folder”. There should be a folder however containing the contents. That's the folder where you can open the files from since they were ‘extracted’ first."
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