The Editable Newsletter Templates has been updated! Same incredible price but now with color AND Black & White Templates. Now you have 168 different choices to choose from to relay information to parents with the ultimate choice in layout and printing options. All templates editable in your Microsoft PowerPoint software. I’m so excited to have created this editable resource for you! To find out more about this resource click HERE.
I’m offering Editable Monthly Calendars in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. They come in color and black and white versions so that you can choose your printing preference. The color versions are great to send in emails or post to teacher websites and the black and white versions are great for printing and photocopying.
The calendars are editable in Microsoft PowerPoint, so you will need this program to edit. Of course, you can always print and write in information. The monthly titles, numbers, and clip art are embedded into the file so they are not editable, this is to protect the copyright of the artists I have invested in; however, I will provide yearly updates for free with your purchase. All you will need to do is go into your purchases and download the file for your free yearly update after I post the new year each year! This is a great value for your classroom or homeschool!
I have also added alternative designs for the months of February, March, April, July, October, November, and December. This is so you can choose if you would like to use a holiday theme or a non-holiday theme for the month.
If you would like to learn more about this item, you can find it HERE
New offering! The Ice Cube Investigation Resource is now being offered as a standalone resource and separate from the February and Valentine’s Day Pack. This resource is a fun way to incorporate science fun and writing into the classroom.
Included in this resource are two different versions. The Classic PDF version of the Ice Cube Investigation offers printable worksheets for students to discover how an ice cube melts in water, salt, and vinegar. However, I have also included an Editable Templates version of this resource that you can edit in different substances if you would like to change what your students test their ice cubes in (please note, for the Editable version of your resource you need to have Microsoft PowerPoint to edit your templates).
The Ice Cube Investigation includes a cover page that can be colored or decorated, a prediction page, an observation page, and a project summary page. Students can practice filling in the blank, making predictions, charting observations, drawing a picture of what they learned, and forming sentences or even an entire paragraph.
To learn more about this resource click HERE
My latest creation is a super bundle of Editable Newsletter Templates. I have created 21 different designs and then offered them in 4 different layouts so that you can pick and choose what template fits the amount of information you need to relay. Your newsletters will always look robust with this resource at your fingertips!
In all, you end up with 84 different templates! Here are some examples of the kinds of Newsletters you could create with the templates:
The blank templates are super easy to use so if you don’t have experience with Microsoft PowerPoint (which, please note, you must have to use this resource) don’t be intimidated it is super user friendly. First download your purchased Editable Newsletter Templates resource and unzip (or extract) your file just like you do with any resource you buy on Teachers Pay Teachers.
Next open your resource in your Microsoft PowerPoint software. Pick a template you would like to use and then you can add text to any part of the template. I have created heading boxes and boxes where you can add information. All you have to do it click on “Insert” and then “Text Box” from here you can draw a box anywhere on the template and type in text. You can choose different fonts and adjust the how small or large you would like the text. (Please note: the design of the template and its clipart are not editable, they are embedded to protect the rights of the original clip-artists that I have invested in, and whom I adore!)
I’ve created both holiday themes and non-holiday themed templates so you can pick and choose what would be appropriate for you student population. Here is a sneak peek at the template designs included in one of the four template layouts offered:
These newsletters can be created and sent to parents via email, be printed out, photocopied and sent home, you could even post it to your teacher website if your school district has this kind of technology in place. There are endless possibilities. You can find more about this resource HERE.
I want to thank everyone that has been supporting my Teachers Pay Teachers store! It really is my passion to create and design curriculum and craftivities for the classroom. I’ve had a pretty rough year health wise and this has brought me so much joy! As a thank you for supporting my store, blog, Facebook, and Instagram pages I have created this fun St. Patrick’s Day Double Facts worksheet. It features a fun St. Patrick’s Day theme as well as featuring visual dice graphics to help visually support double facts learning!
This worksheet is available for free for instant digital download HERE
I sincerely Thank You all!
Happy Saint Patrick’s Day! I’m thinking ahead and getting ready to celebrate the Irish culture by offering the St. Patrick’s Day Crown/Headbands Resource. This resource features two different crowns/headbands and one set of side panels that will fit either crown style.
This craftivity is so easy to make and so much fun! If you haven’t noticed, I’m obsessed with crowns! We make them for everything, and the kiddos love to wear them.
To complete this craftivity all you will need to provide students are crayons, scissors, and tape/or glue to fit the side panels of the student’s head. A super easy way to celebrate and to get the kiddos moving and using their creative brains!
To find out more about this resource you can find it HERE
I admit it, I never really thought much about Valentine’s Day until I started working with kids. The excitement they exude about giving and receiving Valentine’s Day cards and maybe indulging in a piece of candy or chocolate is amazing!
To help make February more fun in the classroom I have developed the February and Valentine’s Day Pack resource. I have included math, language arts and close reading, craftivities, and even a science experiment! If you are looking for a resource to beef up your own curriculum for February this is a great addition to your lesson plans. Of course Valentine’s Day in the classroom wouldn’t be complete without a mailbox template for the kiddos to color, cut, and paste onto a paper bag (paper bag not included).
I also included a fun and easy science experiment in this resource. In the winter I like to do an Ice Cube Investigation were students get to predict, observe, and write about how fast ice cubes melt when placed in water, salt, and vinegar. It is so much fun to hear what kind of predictions the kiddos make and see them discover how fast or slow the ice cube melts in each substance.
This robust resource is also packed with useful worksheets to help solidify double facts, adding double facts, and double facts plus one. Building sentences, close reading, and analyzing text.
If you are interested in learning more about this resource you can find it HERE