Take Home Folders/Homework Folders... Let's talk about how to set up, label, organize, and manage Take Home Folders. Getting my folders set up is always a huge priority during summer break. I NEVER wa
Using Take Home Folders for Parent Communication
Take Home Folders and Weekly Progress Reports are the perfect way to communicate student progress, work habits, and behavior with parents. I used these in my upper elementary classroom every year!!
Label students' Take Home Folders with "Keep at Home" and "Return to School" stickers to help organize and manage the paperwork going from school to home.
Create your own student Take Home Folders... homework help sheets, parent communication forms, etc. She includes all the FREE printables you need to make one for your kids.
I really love this discipline chart. More detailed than smiley faces, the kids can go up or down with their clothespins in class and then it's a great way to communicate with the parents in their take home folder every day.
Homework folders, daily folders, weekly folders. Here are some DIY tips and trips for take home folders.
Take Home Folders with EDITABLE labels, Reading Log, Behavior Log
Managing papers that go from school to home can be a challenge. Use these EDITABLE labels and forms to get your Take Home Folders & Homework Folders set up and organized. Customize your labels and then print on 2 inch by 4 inch shipping labels.
A View Into My Classroom: Take Home Folders
Take Home Folder Labels
Organize your take-home folders and parent/teacher communication with these labels while at the same time reinforcing “left” and “right” for your young learners. Parents will easily be able to tell to keep the papers on the left side of the folder at home and to send the papers on the right side back to school!
Free sticker labels for teachers to label students' homework folders- Return to School and Keep at Home labels will keep paperwork organized!