Create your own one-page or two-page newsletter for your Early Years Service for April 2020. Include important news about your early years service, upcoming event dates or changes to schedules, hellos and goodbyes to staff and students, or anything else that you would like to educate, inform, or amuse families with this month! Canavan Byrne, the childcare experts, make it easy for you by providing a professionally designed seasonally-themed template for each month with optional articles you can add and edit as well as giving you the ability to add your own content as desired.
Purchase your access to create your April newsletter through the Early Years Shop or sign up for an EYRF Membership to be able to create your newsletter each month along with hundreds of other useful printables and curriculum plans.
Along with the newsletter we supply a Family Notice that you can post in your service each month. This month’s Family Notice: Some Great Activity Ideas To Do at Home!. Remember, all our family notices, curriculum plans and hundreds of printables are available with a membership in the Early Years Resource Factory!
Sample Article: Create a Butterfly Garden
When we get back to normal we are looking forward to creating a butterfly garden in our setting. The children will be able to start with caterpillars and watch them go through their metamorphosis through the stages until they become butterflies at which point they can fly away! This is a wonderful experience for children and a great way to think about change and the passage of time. It also could be a great project for parents who have children at home for the foreseeable future. If you are interested in starting a butterfly garden this spring with your family, visit Butterfly Garden and order for your home garden.
For your April 2020 newsletter, choose from these articles:
- Keeping Children Happy and Busy at Home
- Create a Butterfly Garden
- Child Development Tip: Playdough and its Benefits to Children’s Learning and Development
- April Facts and Festivals
- Easter Poem to Promote Language Development and Fun
- Road Safety
- Reading with Children