HERE’S HOW TO USE IT:
1. Type a quick email to your students’ families each week inviting them to complete the activities on the checklist. Ask them to email you back on Friday to share what was their favorite in the bunch.
2. Make sure to attach the weekly checklist and then hit “send”.
3. On Friday, students’ families will send you a quick note sharing their highlight. The weekly check in is a great chance to connect with kids who may be feeling unsettled about the unexpected separation so I encourage you to take a couple of minutes to reply with a personal note.
4. If your school will be closed again the following week, repeat steps 1-3.
“This resource was helpful as I compiled literacy and math activities to send to my families to use for distance learning each week. It helped to cut down on my prep time. I liked that the activities were over a variety of skills.” – Michelle A.
“This resource has helped me to stay organized during remote learning.” – Jaritza J.