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Refrigerator copy of skills for week (parents)

refrigerator copy of skills for week (parents) DeGaish Seaman Nicole we could do this for our sight words! A refrigerator copy!

Hello Everyone! We believe that the more time spent with books in the hands of our young readers, the greater progress we'll see in their...

Letter to send home to help parents practice comprehension skills-laminate and put a magnet on the back so parents can put on their refrigerator for reference.

Letter to parents to help them prepare their children for standardized testing.

Gearing up for Standardized Testing (freebies)

Classroom Freebies: Building Writing Skills At Home - Parent Handouts

Building Writing Skills At Home - Parent Handouts

Building Skills at Home Parent Handouts - Free packet that contains informational handouts aimed at parents of children in grades Each subject-themed sheet contains tips, ideas, and strategies parents can do at home

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Don't Squeal Unless It's a Big Deal: A Tale of Tattletales by Jeanie Franz Ransom illustrated by Jackie Urbanovic The original person who posted said----"Great book to teach the difference between tattling and informing"

I couldn't find a parent/teacher conference form that I liked, so I made my own.  I have included general strengths/concerns and academic strengths/concerns. I have found that this form is a good starting point for my parent/teacher conferences.  This form is intended for my third grade students.  If you would like an editable version of this, please visit my store.

I like this behavior chart because it highlights students' strength as well as concerns. This could be used as a launch pad for discussion during parents/teacher conference.