Family Reflections is a process I developed to get honest and helpful feedback from families. In my experience, parents often will tell me of a suggestion or issue in the classroom on a form that I might not otherwise hear. I think this is because a form is easy and quick!
While I send home about four to five reflection forms a year, today I am sharing the last Family Reflection form of the year. I keep it to one page – short and sweet. I do not want the form to be overwhelming. Click here to download a copy.
I did something like this a few years ago, when I looped and knew I would be having the same group of kiddos.
Amazing! I will be using this freebie immediately 🙂
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I liked the form.
I picked up some of the ideas for my school and families.
I was wondering for further questions for me to get feedback. And there they are.
Hi again, I came back to your blog.
Evidently no obligation, but if you wish, you can have a peek at my blog, where I say things about family, as concerning with education. You can click on Label “Family”.
Hope it be any useful.
Teacher of English and teacher trainer
Love it! Thanks for sharing! Just found and started following your blog! I am super excited to be returning to teaching kindergarten after 2 years of teaching 4th grade and I am super excited that I found your blog!
I was unable to read all of the reflection form, is there a way I can get a clear copy?
Sorry about that. I’m seeing if I have a clearer copy to upload here.
Hi Tunise, thanks for your patience. I’ve recreated the form as a .pdf you can download and print. There’s a link in the blog post you can click to download it for free. Thank you! – Sally
You mentioned that you send home four or five reflection forms to families each year. I’m curious…what are some of the topics/purposes of those? Thank you!
I send home reflection forms after field trips, special projects and investigations. Anything we are doing as a class that I want to see how the children express their involvement to the parents and how the parents felt about the experience.