PrAACtical Resources for Writing Notes to Send Home

July 30, 2015 by - Leave your thoughts

PrAACtical Resources for Writing Notes to Send Home
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When children arrive home from school, they are often asked some version of ‘the’ question: “What did you do in school today?” A few years ago we wrote about strategies families can use to help facilitate that conversation and were so pleased to hear from school staff who took this to heart and helped their students practice these conversational skills.

As busy as life in the classroom can be, many teachers and SLPs make the time to communicate with families about the students’ day at school and we love seeing their work. There are many ways to give daily/weekly updates, of course, but many use the tried-and-true strategy of sending a note home. There are lots of examples on the wonderful sharing site for Boardmaker Online. Here are some of them.

1. Katie Crayons

 

PrAACtical Resources for Writing Notes to Send Home

2. Orange County PS1

PrAACtical Resources for Writing Notes to Send Home

3. TASN Autism and Tertiary Behavior Supports

PrAACtical Resources for Writing Notes to Send Home

4. Megan Little

PrAACtical Resources for Writing Notes to Send Home

 

5. Evet Bresseas

PrAACtical Resources for Writing Notes to Send Home

 

6. Kristen Schmidt (English and Spanish)

PrAACtical Resources for Writing Notes to Send Home

7. EC Brovey

PrAACtical Resources for Writing Notes to Send Home
Do you have a tool or a strategy for staying in touch with families? We’d love to hear about what works for you.

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This post was written by Carole Zangari

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