How to Communicate with Parents

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How to Communicate with Parents

The Value of Take-Home-Journals Keeping parents up to date on what is going on in the classroom is imperative as a teacher. My most successful communication method in my third grade classroom, was the Take- Home-Journal. I wanted parents to know what was happening but it needed to be personal and give my students writing practice.…

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Let those “talkers” talk! (Audio Learners)

Audio learners are usually talkers. In order to remember information, they need to talk about it and hear what they say. This is why learning takes place when they are discussing things. This post is about how to help children make the most of their summer with fun activities that stimulate the brain.

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Oh No! Weekly Spelling Tests!

It’s time again to help our kids pass the weekly spelling test! And if your child struggles to spell, help is HERE! Use “acronyms” like this one for the word “because”: Big Elephants Can Always Upset Small Elephants. The first letter of each word in the fun sentence spells out “because”. It is best to…

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