Saturday, August 31, 2013

Parent Teacher Conferences

This week, we had two days of parent teacher conferences.  On Thursday, the kids left at 11:40, but I was there until 7:00 pm.  That was a LONG day.  My mouth is sick of moving by the time my last conference is over.  :)

THE BIGGEST help for parent teacher conferences is the sheet I use to gather my thoughts before my meetings.  It has a place to write things to "glow" on, things to "grow" on, long term goals, and how parents can help.  This year, I added DIBELS goals for the entire year, so parents can see the DIBELS expectations throughout the year.

I have a non-editable version in my Teachers Pay Teachers Freebie, but I like to type my sheets.  So, I brainstormed and found a way to give you this sheet without violating my clip art agreement.  :)  

Please read the following:
  • You will need Microsoft Publisher to download and open this document.  
  • If you want to keep the same fonts, you will need to purchase Cara Carroll's fonts.  In my opinion, her fonts are amazing, and buying this one set will make you want to purchase the other two sets.  I just wanted to give you that warning.
If you would like to download my parent teacher conference sheet, please click here.

I hope your parent teacher conferences go well (mine were awesome!), and this sheet helps you remember everything you had wanted to say.  :)

Have a fantastic weekend!


  1. Wow! Conferences in August! Have you been in school for at least a few weeks?
    We start next week and our first conferences are the first week in December!


  2. We've been in school for five weeks. We're on a modified year round school year because Arizona is so stinkin' hot. We have extra time off at fall, winter, and spring breaks when we can actually venture outside. :)

    Thanks for stopping by!

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    1. It will say that Google Docs can't generate a preview because it's a Microsoft Publisher document. If you click on the down arrow to download, the file will download to your computer. You can then modify the document using Publisher.

  4. Thanks so much for sharing! Love this! :)