Tuesday, September 6, 2016

FLASH Back To School SALE!

Hi Teachers!

I know you're busy launching your classroom this year, so I've got your Back To School Night covered for you. 

As I've mentioned in several posts, it's super engaging to run your evening like a Morning Meeting, which you can read about here. I've also shared everything you need to know about what to include in your presentation, and if you're nervous to create your own Morning Meeting, I have suggested activities for you!

Like what I suggested but don't like the idea of doing all the work? Click the picture below!



My Back To School Night Presentation is 20% off from now until midnight tomorrow. Once the sale is over, it's over! This presentation will save you a LOT of time while working on your behalf to build your classroom community among families. Building relationships with families is just as important as building them with your students. Even if you don't want to try running your evening like a Morning Meeting, you can still use the rest of the presentation!

The slides included for you are:

- A Welcome Slide, visible as families filter into your room with directions on what to do as they wait for others to arrive
- A Morning Meeting Slide, to preview parents for what they will experience in your parent version of a Morning Meeting (you could delete this or edit it to describe Morning Meeting if you run one in your room but would prefer not to start your night this way)
- A Teacher Background Slide
- A Communication Slide
- A Class Goals Slide
- A Behavior Management Slide, editable and complete with Responsive Classroom information pre-loaded, including information about consequences, class rules, etc. You can change this easily if you have a different teaching philosophy
- A Special Area Class Schedule Slide
- A Grade-Specific Slide, used to explain special privileges and activities available to students in your grade level
- A Classroom Information Slide
- A Homework Policy Slide
- A Final Slide, giving your parents directions on what to do as they leave your room (ex: volunteering to be a class parent, checking out student work, etc.)

Make sure you check the “notes” section on the bottom of each PowerPoint slide to see my tips for making your Back to School Night memorable, unique, and informative.

Happy Back To School! :)

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