Parents are a child’s first teacher. Building skills and learning at home is paramount for kids of all ages to be successful. I created Building Skills & Learning at Home: Parent Handouts to give parents fun and simple suggestions and games/activities that they can do at home. These activities help their child reinforce skills at home using materials they already have around their house.
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The activities are fun and hands-on using materials families already have at home. You don’t need to send anything home but the handouts! It’s super simple: just print and send home! Print on colored paper to make them stand out (and hopefully less likely to get lost).
Preschoolers DO NOT NEED worksheets sent home as homework. Preschoolers NEED to learn through play WITH their families. These handouts will give them tons of ideas to continue the learning at home through play.
Parent handouts are great to send home
- at the beginning of the year
- parent nights
- parent-teacher conferences
- before summer vacation
- in students’ homework folders or backpacks anytime during the year
Every year, I always send them home at fall and spring parent-teacher conferences. I also send them home randomly throughout the year attached to my newsletter or reading logs. Often, an individual student will need reinforcements at home or a parent requests additional support ideas. The handouts work great then too!
Parent Home Notes Included:
- Reading at Home (2 pages)
- Writing at Home (2 pages)
- Learning about Letters at Home (2 pages)
- Math at Home (2 pages)
- Fun Fine Motor at Home (2 pages)
- Playdoh & Goop Recipes (1 page)
Go grab Parent Handouts from my TPT store by clicking on the photo below.
All you have to do is just print and send home!
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