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Parent Communication Log

One common method of parent-teacher communication is the use of a daily home to school communication log. My son has used one pretty much since day one, but they are not just for children who are non-verbal.

Home to school communication logs are great for any child because it prevents any miscommunication or forgotten communication by the child. Here are some tips I’ve gained from other parents and from working as an advocate, on how to maximize the value of your home-school communication log or sheet.

After all, if the information in the log is worthless, why waste everyone’s time?

Parent-Teacher Communication Sheets are also a great way to gather data. You can spot trends in behaviors, determine if there are patterns and much more.

Parent Teacher Communication Forms

  • Get it written into the IEP under progress monitoring so that doing the log is not optional (this is for both parents and staff!).
  • You can also set a self-advocacy goal so that the child does become the main communicator at some point, beginner steps would just be getting the notebook to and from school successfully.
  • Both parents and staff should participate. It’s equally important for teachers/staff to know if your child did not sleep or had a particularly good or bad evening or morning or might not be feeling well.
  • To increase efficiency at both ends, make it simple! Put as many yes/no checkboxes as you can or things like low/med/high for behaviors. If it’s just a check and a sentence or two rather than a whole dissertation you increase the likelihood of it being done regularly (most teachers and staff have caseloads that are too high!).
  • Keep it limited to really what you need to know.

Parent Communication in IDEA

IDEA does not address this specific issue. Therefore, per IDEA, a school is not required to provide a daily communication sheet for parents. However, IDEA does not prohibit it either.

One of the main principles of special education is meaningful parent participation. Another is Individualization. So, if you need this information to be a meaningful, effective IEP team member, I would ask for it based on that. And, while I certainly recognize that it would be difficult for a school to provide a daily comm log for every student, the I for Individualization means that if a child needs it to access FAPE, they should get it.

As always, make your ask in writing. Have data, and ask for a PWN with the team’s final decision.

Daily Communication Book Templates

I’m really sorry that some of the sheets are missing! If you have any you’d like me to include, just email me. Unfortunately, while I have had a website for over 10 years…not everyone else stays in it for the long haul.

  1. Dailyschool schedule communication template by Indiana Resources Center for Autism
  2. Daily Report Templateby Indiana Resources Center for Autism
  3. Weekly Report~2 by Zeekszoo
  4. Weekly Student Learning Log by Teachers Pay Teachers
  5. Home To School Communication by Disability Solutions (this is long, instructions on how to set up an entire notebook with PECS pictures for child to participate)
  6. Various parent-teacher communication by Superteachers
  7. Good Pinterest Board with 200+ ideas
  8. Assembly assistance and links to printable pages from the Considerate Classroom
  9. Nice list of resources from Sparklebox
  10. Parent Communication from Pre-K Pages
  11. Daily Communication Folder from the Clutter-Free Classroom
  12. Daily Schedule Printable by Scholastic
  13. Home School Forms for Organization by 123 Homeschool 4 Me
  14. Over 100 Printable Templates by Educational World
  15.  3 Month Calendar Template on YouTube. Teach the kids!
  16. Week Calendar Template Simple Blessings Design (for home use only)

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Classroom Forms

These ready-to-use forms will help you keep your classroom, lesson plans, and paperwork organized. Get ready for the new school year with our printable passes, teacher stationery, and student information sheets. The forms below will help you keep track of attendance, homework assignments, and students' grades throughout the year. You'll also find great resources for parent-teacher conferences and group projects. Use charts to monitor behavior, and reward outstanding work with our many awards.

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Customizable Classroom Passes
  • Library Pass (8 per sheet)

    These customizable, blank library passes are especially useful for new teachers. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Bathroom Pass and Hall Pass

    Use these blank passes to send students to the bathroom or hall. This printable is customizable - you can tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Nurse Pass (8 per sheet)

    When students must go to the nurse, teachers can fill out this customizable, blank pass for them. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Office Pass & Guidance Office Pass

    These customizable, blank passes are especially useful for new teachers, when they need to send a student to the office or guidance office. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

Forms for Substitute Teachers
  • Substitute Teacher Information

    Filling in these sheets will provide your substitutes with the necessary information to run your class efficiently in your absence.

  • Substitute Teacher's Quick Reference

    Access a quick reference of daily subject and lesson plan information for substitute teachers with this form.

  • Substitute Teacher Feedback Form

    This blank, customizable form encourages a substitute teacher's feedback about your students by providing a collective place for comments. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Substitute Teacher's Survival Kit

    This customizable printable is designed to make basic classroom information and directions available for substitute teachers. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing. New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable when providing materials for substitutes.

Forms for New Teachers
  • "From the Desk of..." Stationery

    Print notepaper that can be personalized for messages to students, parents, administrators, substitute teachers, and colleagues. Use this stationery for notes following Open House Night or parent-teacher conferences. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Good News Notes

    Recognize progress or reward outstanding work with these good news notes. They're a positive way to communicate with parents, plus they'll help foster students' self-confidence. Each printable note is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

Back to School Forms
  • Multipurpose Class List

    This blank, customizable chart is ready to be filled in with students' names and information. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing. The class list can be used to check off everything from grades to permission slips.

  • Conference Documentation Form

    Complete this form during or immediately after a parent-teacher conference. Have all parties involved sign the form. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Sample Acceptable Use Policy

    Try the acceptable use policy, and draft a letter to parents using the sample provided.

  • Folder Organization

    Keep folders and student portfolios organized with this printable table of contents, shaped like a file.

  • Getting to Know You

    Use this sheet to help your students get to know each other and you. Give a copy to each student and one to yourself. Share your answers with the class to break the ice. This is a useful activity for the first week of school.

  • Group Demographic Chart

    Use a chart to track student and parent names and phone numbers, as well as addresses, emergency contact information, and more. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

Parent-Teacher Conference Forms
  • Parent Request Form

    Use this survey to gather information about your students' parents, such as their hobbies and skills, and whether they can volunteer to share their interests with their child's class.

  • Conference Documentation Form

    Complete this form during or immediately after a parent-teacher conference. Have all parties involved sign the form. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Telephone Log

    Use this telephone log to document dates, times, and topics of telephone conversations with parents.

Classroom Organization Forms
  • Assignment Record

    Keep track of your students' grades with this handy chart. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Multipurpose Class List

    This blank, customizable chart is ready to be filled in with students' names and information. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing. The class list can be used to check off everything from grades to permission slips.

  • Spreadsheet Database Form

    Use this printable as a method for getting organized in the classroom. This spreadsheet database form can be used for a variety of purposes, from recording grades for completed assignments to checking off students' attendance.

Behavior Management Forms
  • Sample Behavior Contract, Version 2
  • Blank Behavior Contract

    After completing this behavior contract with a teacher, students are bound to following it. This behavior management printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Weekly Point Sheet

    A chart to keep you organized if you are using a point system to track behavior.

  • Incident Report

    Use this report for quick documentation when a behavior incident occurs in your classroom. This behavior management printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

Portfolios
Customizable Permission Slips and Forms
  • Editable Classroom Celebrations Permission Form

    Provide this permission slip to parents, guardians or caregivers to secure consent for participation in class parties and other in-school celebrations. The permission form includes space for parents and guardians to specify any necessary accommodations such as food allergies and cultural sensitivities that might need to be made for individual students.

  • Editable Extracurricular Activities Transportation Permission Form

    This permission slip covers school-provided transportation to and from extracurricular events like field trips, athletics, performances, etc.

  • Editable Multimedia Resource or Activity Viewing Permission Form

    Use this permission slip when parent or guardian consent is required for viewing of movies, digital media, virtual field trips, etc., in class - it is particularly helpful when parental approval might be required for viewing of sensitive or controversial media.

  • Editable School Dance or Social Outing Permission Form

    This printable permission form can be used for parent or guardian consent for student attendance at dances, socials, or other after-school events. Includes information on rules, requirements, deadlines, and event details.

  • Editable Photo Use and Posting Permission Form

    This editable permission form can be used when parent or guardian consent is needed for taking and posting student photos on school websites, social media accounts, newsletters, etc.

Lesson Planning Forms
  • Project Proposal

    Ask your students to use this printable proposal so that they are clear and focused when completing projects. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Lesson Planner

    Use this customizable printable to help you prepare notes, teaching objectives, and materials for your next lesson plan.

  • Project Sketch

    Create a project sketch for any subject with this printable planning page.

  • Designing an Experiment

    Describe and develop team projects with this form. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing. New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable.

  • Teacher Team Planning Form

    Describe and develop team projects with this form. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing. New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable.

  • Weekly Lesson Plan Form

    This blank, customizable printable lesson plan form is ready to be filled in with the week's objectives. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing. New teachers will find this especially useful for organizing their curriculum.

  • Blank Monthly Calendars

    Teachers can use this blank monthly calendar to plan out their daily activities. Tailor the customizable PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing. New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable when planning a new school year.

  • Weekly Plans

    This printable will help teachers organize their weekly plans in a customizable chart. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing. New teachers will find this resource particularly valuable when planning their curriculum for upcoming months.

Assessment Charts & Forms
  • Assignment Record

    Keep track of your students' grades with this handy chart. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Speaking and Listening Progress Chart

    Distribute this worksheet that helps evaluate a student's progress in speaking in front of a group and listening to lectures and speakers.

  • Progress Chart: Listening

    Distribute this worksheet that helps evaluates a student's progress in listening to lectures and speakers.

  • Weekly Grade Sheet

    A weekly grade sheet allows you to see what has been completed at a glance and works well for teachers working with emotionally and behaviorally challenged students. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Team Evaluation Form

    Evaluate student progress within a team and by subject area with this customizable form.

  • Portfolio Final Evaluation: Teacher Rating

    Use this form to evaluate all kinds of portfolios. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Chapter Self-Check

    Use this worksheet to check students' understanding of lesson objectives for each chapter in their science textbook.

  • Class List/Grades

    Teachers can use this blank printable to organize their class list and grades. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Blank Rubric

    This blank grid will make it easy for you to create rubrics. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

Classroom Checklists
  • Classroom Arrangement Checklist

    This checklist will help you make sure that all aspects of your classroom are ready for students. Items include your floor plan, furniture, and equipment arrangement. This printable list is intended as a general guide to help you arrange your classroom for back to school. Some items on this list vary by floor plan, teaching style, and grade.

  • Homework Checklist

    Help your students get organized by filling in this customizable, blank printable resource with daily assignments, and checking off completed homework. You can tailor the PDF to your teaching needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Elementary Supply List

    Distribute this supply list to parents to get your students prepared for the new school year.

  • Checklist for Problem-Solving Guide 2

    Use this printable checklist to monitor students' use of the problem-solving process.

Awards & Certificates
Project Forms
  • Project Proposal

    Ask your students to use this printable proposal so that they are clear and focused when completing projects. This printable is customizable. Tailor the PDF to your needs by typing in the highlighted fields before printing.

  • Group Self-Evaluation

    Allow group members to evaluate their productivity during classroom activities. This is an excellent way to encourage students to assess and understand their own progress. This is a great cooperative learning tool.

  • Group Work Log 2

    Using this printable group work log, you can monitor and evaluate group assignments. Students must keep track of all assignments and work completed.

  • Group Work Log 1

    Have students describe what they did in daily group activities. This printable will help you monitor and evaluate group assignments.

Additional Forms & Resources
  • Customizable Classroom Passes & Notes

    Establish an effective hall pass policy. This printable includes classroom management advice from veteran teachers and a reproducible hall pass for classroom use.

  • Customizable Awards and Certificates

    Recognize students' academic accomplishments and outstanding behavior with personalized awards and certificates.

  • Customizable Graphic Organizers

    Great teachers know how useful graphic organizers are in every subject.

  • Rubrics Library for Teachers

    Our extensive library of rubrics will help you assess your students' work in all subjects, from reading & language arts, to science, to social studies.

  • Graphic Organizers

    Graphic organizers to help children to organize ideas and communicate more effectively. All of our printable graphic organizers are designed to facilitate understanding of key concepts.

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22 must-have templates for teachers and students

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Templates provide teachers with a starting point as we design lessons or activities for our students. Templates can also give students a way to organize information and focus on showing what they know. Here are lots of templates and lesson ideas for you to use in your class.

Sometimes just getting started with a task is the hardest part. Where do you begin? How do you organize all of your ideas in a way that others can understand?

Templates can help with that.


Templates can guide teachers as they design great lessons or activities. They are also powerful tools to use with students, helping them organize their thoughts and ideas.

So where are the best places for finding great templates for teachers? And how can we use templates with our students?

During a weekly #DitchBook Twitter chat, we discussed these questions and more. The #Ditchbook community did not disappoint as they shared tons of great templates and ideas for using them in your classroom.

22 must-have templates for teachers

Below you will find 22 must have templates for teachers and students. Be sure to check out our templates library to see tons of our Ditch That Textbook templates along with our Templates Pinterest board full of even more resources.

3. Iron Chef and Cyber Sandwhich EduProtocol templates

Iron Chef and CyberSandwich Template

“EduProtocols are designed so that teachers can insert any curriculum from across subjects to help guide students into a deeper understanding of the content.” EduProtocols.com

In addition to meaningful yet fun, EduProtocols like Iron Chef and CyberSandwich Jon Corippo and Marlena Hebern have included lots of templates on their website EduProtocols.com.

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4. Caption This template

Caption This Template

Caption This can be used in any subject area to add an extra layer of critical thinking. Create your own simple template in Google Drawings or Slides and share with your students for a fun, deep thinking activity.

Shared by:Laura Steinbrink

13. Holiday activity template

Holiday Activity Build a Snowman Template

 Add some seasonal fun, and teach the basics of Google Slides, with these templates from Eric Curts. Students can build a jack-o-lantern during Fall or build a snowman during Winter. A fun and engaging way for students to practice their writing skills by describing or writing about their creation.

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17. Memory game exit ticket template

Memory game Exit Game template

This Google Slides template , created by Mandi Tolen, is based on the old children’s game “Memory”. Mandi has awesome examples of how to use it in math but you can use it to create review games across any content areas. 

See MORE of Mandi's exit ticket templates here!

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Create an Exit Ticket using Google Forms

    • You may want to try the Exit Ticket template to design quick formative assessments for the end of a lesson.
    • Change the theme from the color palette or upload a photo that relates to your curriculum topic.
    • Add an image and add your questions

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Resources and Sample Exit Ticket Questions

Content area exit slip examples from Reading Rockets

    • Write one thing you learned today
    • Write one question you have about today's lesson
    • Write three words with the long "o" sound
    • Why are the North and South Pole so cold?
    • Explain why Canada is not considered a melting pot
    • Draw a quick diagram that shows perspective
    • Of the 3 graphs we studied today which one did you find most useful? Why?
    • Name one positive and one negative thing that happened during group work today
    • Multiply 3 by 4

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    • If you don't share your Google Form, others (including your instructor) will not be able to view it from your Google Classroom.

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Download our free To Do List template to help you, your team, your family, or your organization. This template is already set up for auto filtering so that you can group the tasks by date, priority, status, etc. You also use the auto sort buttons to list the tasks in order by date, priority, etc. It is easy to print, so it's nice for people who like to check off or scribble out tasks by hand.

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You can also use this to do list for a team project. For example, you can use the Owner column for assigning a specific person a task, and then email the spreadsheet, or use it collaboratively to keep track of your tasks and due dates.

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This printable To-Do List helps you get organized. It is highly customizable and requires only basic spreadsheet knowledge to edit or customize. It can be adapted for your personal use or used collaboratively in a team environment.

Update 1/9/17: When you select "Completed" from the Status column, a conditional formatting rule makes the font color in that row change to gray.

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Help Using the To Do List Template

The Vertex42™ To Do List template allows you the flexibility to use whatever codes, scales, or abbreviations you want for each of the columns. You can also delete one or more of the columns if you do not need it.

How to Use Autofilter and Sort in Excel

To edit the conditional formatting rules in this worksheet, go to Home > Conditional Formatting > Manage Rules and select "This Worksheet" from the drop-down. Learn more about conditional formatting.

In version 1.1.0, I added a few dynamic ranges that are used to populate the customizable drop down lists used for the Status and Priority columns. You can customize the items shown in those columns of the To Do List by editing the values in the Lists or Ref worksheet.

Status: You can enter values such as "Completed" or "In Progress" or abbreviations that you define yourself. You might also use this column to enter the percentage complete such as "50%" or "75%." Note: If you change "Completed" to something else, you may also want to edit the conditional formatting rule in the table.

Priority: You might want to use a 3-, 5-, or 10-point numeric scale for this column, where 1 is the highest priority. Currently, the Priority column uses conditional formatting to highlight "High" red and "Low" blue.

PICK: This is an acronym that stands for Possible, Implement, Challenge, or Kill. See the PICK Chart page for more information about this useful lean six sigma technique. If you don't need this column, just delete it.

Due Date: Enter values in date format. If the due date is earlier than today's date, the conditional formatting condition will make the date red and display a red dot icon. If the due date is today, a yellow warning icon is shown. If you'd like the yellow warning icon to show up if a task is due within 3 days (including today), you can update the rule for the icons by going to Home > Conditional Formatting > Manage Rules. Choose the Icon Set rule and click on Edit Rule. Change the formula for the Green dot to =TODAY()+2.

Owner: The person assigned to this task, or the person responsible for seeing that this task is completed.

Project/Task: A short description of the task to be completed.

Notes: Add notes for more clarity or special instructions, comments about sub-tasks completed, problems, etc.

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  • Gantt Chart Template by Vertex42.com - For larger, more complicated projects, a gantt chart can be a great tool for creating a task-based project schedule.
  • To Do List Templates by Vertex42.com - Make sure to check out our other to do lists.

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