Discussion in 'Kindergarten' started by woobie5, Jul 29, 2009.
Jul 29, 2009
Please post/share your newsletters here.
Jul 30, 2009
You can see an example of my newsletter here, just click on the link that says "click here to view a sample newsletter"
Aug 1, 2009
I use the format found at the Mailbox site. We do weekly newsletters that are sent home every Friday.
Where do you find the newsletter format on the Mailbox site?
I wished there was a way to upload a file here. I could show you my newsletter.
Jenniemleigh - try uploading your newseltter to photobucket and then you can copy and paste the share link over here. I would love to see it!
I'm using publisher. I don't have a sample, but I set it up and I plan to do three column - reading, math, and other news. At the bottom I am going to have a suggestion for at home (games, activities, etc) on the side I list our specials each day the following week as well as upcoming field trips, days off, or conferences.
Mine can be found here.
ms. yi - i am sooo very mad at you! You had me scoping out web-hosting sites and about to purchase yesterday. I have one of those free ones from shutterfly but love the thought of it being mine and all mine!!! I somehow realized that I don't have the time to create a website right now but will definitely be doing that next summer.
Ms.yi- I love your newsletter. I am going to be writing the newsletter this year and I want to make it nice and informative. Its great to see such good examples! Keep em coming!
Aw, sorry about that. Do you have a website builder program? Perhaps you could use this year to play around with building pages, while keeping your current website up, so that you could familiarize yourself with the program. I use microsoft expression web - they no longer create frontpage - and some other people use adobe dreamweaver. Here's an article comparing both.
There is definitely a learning curve to both these programs. I purchased expression web when it was fairly new and it cost me $300 -- pretty steep. But I just found this one website that is offering it for $70.
I did a little research and now there is a microsoft expression web 3.
well darn I went to do it, but apparently i only saved my lesson plans from last year - not my newsletters. I think I may have a template on my hubby's computer. I'll check later (when I can pry him away from it).
Aug 2, 2009
Go to theeducationcenter.com. You have to be a member to get the bonus things online. It is under the teacher planning pages. HTH
I registered on the site and looked everywhere! I was still unable to find the newsletter formats. :huh: Ha!
Separate names with a comma.