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Parent Teacher Conferences Tips for Success! This post will share my tips for parent communication during conference time! Share assessment data and student goals with these free resources.

Parent Teacher Conference Forms Tips for Success! (Free)

October 16 Deedee 2 min read
Parent-Teacher Conference Forms and Tips for Success!
Parent Teacher Conferences Tips for Success! This post will share my tips for parent communication during conference time! Share assessment data and student goals with these free resources.This week we have our parent-teacher conferences.  I always feel pressed for time during these conferences. There is a lot of information exchanged and I am sure the parents feel it is a little overwhelming as well.   So preparing a few documents in advance helps the conference run more smoothly.
Free Parent Teacher Conference Forms

Parent-Teacher Conference Notes

This Parent-Teacher Note Form really helps me to focus on the items I want to address.  As a parent,  I am sure they are equally overwhelmed.  I want to give them something that they can go back and look at.  You can grab this free file by clicking HERE.

Parent teacher conference forms FREE

ESGI Parent Letter

Since I used ESGI to assess 90% of the skills in kindergarten, this parent letter is perfect.  I am able to give parents specific information.  You can get your 60-Day free trial of ESGI by clicking HERE.

Parent Teacher Conferences Tips for Success! This post will share my tips for parent communication during conference time! Share assessment data and student goals with these free resources.

Parent’s Guide to the Reading Levels

We teach reading via guided reading.  Trying to explain reading levels to a parent can be time-consuming, and again, overwhelming.  So this pamphlet I made is really helpful.  You can read more about how I teach guided reading by clicking HERE.

Parent Teacher Conference Forms Guided Reading Parent Guide

You can grab this FREE pamphlet in this box below.

 Report Card

Report cards should be informative.  Parents also get a copy of the report card.  You can get your free version in this box below.

 Parent Tips for Math and Literacy

I found these fantastic tips pages from Meredith over at Keen in Kindergarten.  You can find them by clicking HERE.

Parent Teacher Conferences Tips for Success! This post will share my tips for parent communication during conference time! Share assessment data and student goals with these free resources.

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Best of luck to you during your Parent-Teacher Conferences.

 Parent Teacher Conferences Tips for Success! This post will share my tips for parent communication during conference time! Share assessment data and student goals with these free resources.
 

19 Comments

  • Kristen October 16 at 3:23 pm

    I love your conference forms, you are so organized Deedee!! Thank you for sharing these!
    Kristen

  • S. Parker October 16 at 5:09 pm

    Thanks for the shout out, Deedee! Hope conference week goes well.

  • Chrissy October 16 at 6:22 pm

    Thank you for the parent/teacher conference form! Ours start next week (25th) so this will come in handy! Thank you again!

    http://www.chrissyandnathan.blogspot.com
    (formerly Wild About Kindergarten with Mrs. Johnson!)

  • Meredith October 16 at 7:41 pm

    Thanks Deedee! Glad you liked them! Your conference form looks like a great way to keep conferences on track!
    ~Meredith
    Keen on Kindergarten

  • Chrissy October 16 at 8:28 pm

    Thanks for the info, Deedee! I'm prepping for conferences this week, too.

    ReadWriteSing

  • Amy Rider October 16 at 11:48 pm

    Deedee,

    You are amazing!!! I always love taking a peek at your week! : )

    Your parent teacher conference form is fantastic!

    Literacy and Laughter

  • beth October 17 at 1:54 am

    DeeDee,
    Thanks so much!! I am prepping for conferences as well!
    Beth

  • Crayons and Curls October 19 at 4:27 am

    I have a similar conference form I use! I love yours! Especially the bottom sections! Thanks for sharing! ๐Ÿ™‚
    Cheryl
    Crayons and Curls

  • Heidi October 21 at 8:22 pm

    Thanks for all your inspiration!! And all the sharing….sharing is caring (well beyond your classroom wow! Big heart!)
    I love your writing response papers. Do you have any tricks to inspire hesitant Kindergartens to write (as they are still learning letter sounds?

  • Deedee October 22 at 7:09 pm

    Hi Heidi! First I start off by telling and modeling how fun it is to write. I infuse this throughout my day… morning message, writer's workshop… I tell my students to just put down the sounds they hear (again we do this throughout the day). I tell them that writing is what writers do and adding words helps to make the message clearer. Since they are already writers, I expect them to try to do this. Now sometimes the letters have NOTHING to do with the sounds, but I still applaud their efforts and don't point out the mis-match…lol! Having All Star Stations really help to motivate my students… They WANT to be on that wall… So funny! My expectations are clear and different for each student. Some of my honeys just put a letter or two down. My proficient writers know I expect them to do more, because they CAN do more. I hope that makes sense.

  • Meredith November 3 at 5:46 am

    Hey Deedee-I absolutely LOVE your writing paper. Those little checkboxes at the top are genius! I have been looking for something just like this to put at my writing center-so thank you! Would you ever consider making a similar paper, but with a smaller box that has maybe 2 lines underneath it for the kids to write their story-my kiddos are filling the whole box with their picture and then getting stuck with where to fit the words in.
    ~Meredith
    Keen on Kindergarten

  • Emily Rocha November 12 at 1:34 am

    The form looks very similar to one I posted on teachers pay teachers. I am beyond flattered that you like it so much!! ๐Ÿ™‚

    Emily Rocha

  • Deedee November 12 at 2:31 am

    Emily, Which form? The conference form? A teacher friend had it and shared it with me. I will be happy to link a credit to you. Could you give me the link? I can embed it in this post.

    I certainly don't want to be "one of THOSE bloggers"…

  • Emily Rocha November 30 at 8:21 pm

    No worries! It's free so I'm not worried about losing any sales! I'm actually very flattered that you like it! I created this my first year teaching (last year) and its nice that veteran teachers like yourself use it. Here is the link, but I'm not at all worried about getting credit. ๐Ÿ™‚ http://www.teacherspayteachers.com/Product/Parent-Teacher-Conference-Guided-Notes

  • Mrs. Schultz September 25 at 7:19 pm

    What are some examples of how you explain to the parents what you will work on at school?

    • Deedee September 25 at 9:42 pm

      It depends on what the issue was. If the child had a behavior issue, I would discuss how I would reinforce positive behavior.

      If there were academic concerns, I would talk about my small group instruction and perhaps an academic intervention I would try.

  • Deb September 28 at 7:11 pm

    I love your parent-teacher conference notes sheet. Do you happen to have a version so that the info can be typed in and then printed out?
    Thanks,
    Debbie

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    • Deedee August 27 at 10:32 am

      If you go into your blogger "template" section, you had adjust the settings for mobile devices.

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