Parent Teaching Child

Enlisting the support of your students' first teachers can help underscore their work in your class.

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A Letter to Parents

  1. A letter to parents

You may want to send a letter to your students' parent or guardian, explaining how you are using MbD in your classroom. This is especially important if your students will be working at home or in the library on their own time.

If your students complete the Cross-Curricular Activities and/or the STEM Project, they will probably want to discuss their research and designs with their parents or other adults. We've included a letter to communicate key ideas to parents, but we're sure that you'll want to personalize it to make it your own.

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