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Family Newsletter

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Keep far-away relatives up to date on what's going on when you write a family newsletter.
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    • 3-5
    • 6-8
    • 9-12
    • teen
  • Minimal
  • Indoor
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If you have a computer: Your child can use a standard Word processing program to write stories about family events from the past year: weddings, vacations, births, parties, and more. Import photos into the document. Or narrow the margins to make a column of text, print, and glue photos onto the paper. Make copies of the newsletter and mail to relatives. If you don't have a computer: Work with your child to handwrite stories about recent family events. Cut out photos or images and paste or glue them onto your letter for decoration. Find a local copy machine (most public libraries have one) and make copies to mail to relatives.
Family Newsletter