HERE’S HOW TO USE IT:
1. Simply copy and paste the teacher letter into an email you’ll send out to students’ families on the same day each week. (Sundays work well because families have time to map out when they’ll do each activity.)
2. Make sure to attach the student packet to the email and then hit “send”.
3. On Friday, students’ families will send you a quick note letting you know how many of the activities they were able to finish. The weekly check in is a great chance to connect with kids who may be feeling unsettled about the unexpected separation so we encourage you to take a couple of minutes to reply with a personal note of congratulations.
4. If your school will be closed again the following week, grab the next pack in the set and repeat steps 1-3. I promise to publish new packs by Thursday so that you have plenty of time to get them in students’ hands.
And as we go along, if you have a specific skill or theme you’d like to see in a weekly pack, please drop me a quick note and we’ll add it to the list. We are in this together!
“This was perfect for what I needed to go along with my regular lessons, helped get my lesson understood with a paper and pencil activity.” – Amy K.
“This resource was a lifesaver. I sent it home for each student along with my ideas for using the activities in this packet (along with things they may have at home) to address each student’s IEP goals.” – Lori B.
“This resource helped me plan for and adjust my lessons and instructional techniques for distance learning. Shared educational materials with my students for distance learning.” – Rebecca E.
“Such a simple, thorough resource for distance learning. I especially liked the letter and home communication pages. Very easy to understand and use. ” – Morgan Ramsay
“This resource has been a lifesaver when I needed to get activities to send home to my students in a very short amount of time. Very grateful for this!” – Genevieve Coats
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