Part of the December 2020 STEM Resources Digital Calendar!
As the first semester ends this is the perfect time to send a newsletter showcasing the amazing learning that takes place in your classroom! Parents will be able to see and appreciate all the work and care you dedicated to their children. You can also include ideas for students to learn during the winter break. No need to start from scratch. Just copy and edit any of the free templates below or use one of the free tools listed to design your own.
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Tools to Create a Newsletter
The following tools offer freemium accounts for educators to design a beautifully designed newsletter. You will have to sign up for a free account to access and edit the templates. These tools come with example templates you can easily edit. These tools also have features to quickly add stock images, your own image, stickers, banners, and stylish font. Below each tool name see example templates and tutorials.
Google Slides, Docs, or Drawings! Click Use Template to copy and edit.Buncee-Canva- click here to browse examples to edit. Venngage- click here to browse the templates.Lucid Press- click here to browse the templates.Adobe Spark- click here to browse the templates.Teachers Pay Teachers has several free templates to edit.Newsletter Tutorials and Resources
I’ve curated the resources in a Wakelet for easy browsing.
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Digital Advent Calendar
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