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About ClassBrain’s Parent-Teacher Section

About ClassBrain’s Parent-Teacher Section

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The Parent Teacher section of ClassBrain has been designed to assist parents and teachers with information and materials for both in and out of the classroom. Keeping up with information that is pertinent to your roles as parent, teacher, and even student, can be a daunting task. I’ve tried to make it easier by assembling materials and news that will help you throughout your day.

I started ClassBrain when my children were both in elementary school. They have now both graduated from the University in their chosen fields, and my son is now in graduate school at UCLA. Each level of school takes specialized information and materials for the parents, the teachers, and the students, and we have a wide variety of materials available to you. In the Parent-Teacher section we have subsections on:

  • Family Life (a huge category full of interesting tidbits)
  • Money Matters (designed to fill you in on scholarships, grants, and money saving tips at school and home)
  • Holidays (our month by month section of special events)
  • Movies in the Classroom (how to get kids involved by leveraging the movies they enjoy)
  • reading Room (articles, snippets, and reviews)
  • School Matters (information you should have about school related developments)
  • and Teaching Tools (including lesson plans, worksheets, and more).

We invite to you explore the entire ClassBrain site. It’s quite large and full of tons of information! We’ve worked hard to keep it open to everyone who would like to use our materials. If you are with a non-profit and would like to incorporate our worksheets into a presentation, please contact us at the brains at classbrain dot com. Otherwise, feel free to use the materials in your classrooms and homes, however, please don’t repost our resources without our permission (This doesn’t mean we wouldn’t love you to spread the word about ClassBrain through sites like Facebook, Twitter, and Pinterest of course. Please do!)

If you need help finding a particular resource, or help with a particular issue, feel free to post in our Ask ClassBrain section. I try to respond to these inquiries very quickly. To get a good overview of the entire ClassBrain site, please check the Latest News hub, which is a jumping off point for everything ClassBrain.

Have fun, and please spread the word by telling your friends, schools, and students. Thank you so much.

Cynthia Kirkeby
Founder
ClassBrain