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Preschool newsletter templates

Discover Pinterest’s 10 best ideas and inspiration for Preschool newsletter templates. Get inspired and try out new things.
Do you send a newsletter home to your parents? Hopefully, you do and if you don’t…then I think I can help you out! Newsletters are a great way to touch base with parents and let them know what is goin

Do you send a newsletter home to your parents? Hopefully, you do and if you don’t…then I think I can help you out! Newsletters are a great way to touch base with parents and let them know what is goin

August Printable Newsletter for All Grades!! | The Crafty Teacher

Hello All! I have decided that with my student teaching coming up this fall, I am going to start making the newsletters more general for all grades. Also, I am going to start making editable titles for the boxes. You might have also noticed that they are all now editable pdf files! Yay! Also, I am going to start posting my teaching outfits to share with all of you! Enjoy! (Feedback is always appreciated and again, I do make custom newsletters!) Here is a link to the font. Here is a link to…

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BOHO RAINBOW NEWSLETTER TIPS - Heart of the Class

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Preschool Newsletter Template | The Crafty Teacher

I created a preschool newsletter template for use in my classroom. I type these out once a month to keep all the parents update on our themes, activities, and any special days or parties. I will probably be making more themed for holidays, seasons, etc. I did create all the images on this newsletter as well so please do not take off the copyright at the bottom. Thanks! Here is one for February as well... again please give me credit. I created all the images included.