Use this tool to communicate more effectively and strengthen your parent-provider relationship.
As a provider, you know that communicating with every parent, every day can be difficult. You also know that improving this communication is an important way to improve the care you give children. The parent newsletter can be a great tool to keep parents more informed and involved.
Written by a trusted educator with years of experience, The Parent Newsletter is a practical how-to guide that will steer you step-by-step through the process of creating and implementing a newsletter to parents. From advice on writing effective articles to design and layout suggestions to scheduling and distribution, this unique resource is designed for you. All you need are a few hours and a simple word-processing program.
Use your parent newsletter to:
disseminate timely information that will be saved and referenced later
offer in-depth information on pertinent early childhood topics
clearly communicate changes in policies
address recurring difficult situations without singling anyone out
respond to parent questions and encourage dialogue and involvement
give your program a higher profile in the community and market your business
reinforce your center philosophy.
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