Classroom Newsletter

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  1. teachersk

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    I think I am going to let my kids do a classroom newsletter each week, that they can show to their parents. I will print out small pictures they can glue in place and write about the week. I haven't decided if we will do one for the class and copy it, or if each kid will make their own.

    What should I call it? I want something catchy and/or cute.

    Our mascot is the LIONS. We are a middle school autism class with a range of students grades 6-8 functioning between toddler level to about 7 years old.

    Our school starts with L if that makes it any more interesting.

    You guys always have good ideas. Any thoughts?
     
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    Look what ___(school name)___ Lions were up to this week in room __ (room number)__!
     
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    I'm looking more for like a title like "lion news" but that's not creative!

    Something I can put as a header.
     
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    Tales from the Lion's Den?
    Straight from the Lion's Mouth?
    A Letter from the Lions?
    Life as a Lion?
    We are Lions........Hear us ROAR!
     
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    I love them all but the last one is really cute! We are the Lions...Hear us ROAR! Good Job Bethechange!
     

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