7 Ways To Get Involved In Your Child’s Classroom

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(Last Updated On: September 4, 2020)

This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.

Ways to get involved in the classroom

7 Ways To Get Involved In Your Child’s Classroom

Has school started for your child(ren) yet?  Our kids started on August 24th and we had Meet The Teacher last week.  Meet The Teacher is a great way to see the classroom and how YOU can get more involved.  I signed up to volunteer, took the teacher wish list, and signed up for the teacher emails so I could touch base to see what I can do to help.  If you are looking for ways to get more involved in your child’s classroom, I have 7 easy ideas listed for you below!

Be a Class Reader

This is a great opportunity to come in and see how your child’s class is doing and they get the chance to hear from someone new

Offer to Tutor

Being available to give one-on-one support to students gives the teacher more time to focus on the classroom as a whole.

Volunteer

Even just 3 hours over the school year can help out a teacher! If you can’t make it into the classroom, there are usually things your child can bring home and you can do at home.

Help at Center Times

This is another great way to help the teacher spend more time with the classroom as a whole because you can help with some of the one-on-one activities.

Look at the Supply List Requests

A lot of times, teachers are NOT reimbursed for the supplies they need for a classroom, if a request comes home. Consider picking up some of the items, or a few extras. The teacher and the class will appreciate it. Don’t have time to do extra shopping? A simple monetary donation goes a long way as well.

Ways to get involved in the classroom

Collect Box Tops

Did you know that Box Tops are worth $0.10 for your child’s school? Box Tops are one of the easiest ways to donate to your child’s school. When shopping be sure to look for your General Mills® products and you are on your way to donating to your child’s school! We stocked up at Walmart on BONUS Box Tops General Mills® products ๐Ÿ™‚  We get the products we love and the school can use Box Tops cash to buy whatever they need. Win-Win!

Communicate

With your child AND your teacher. Be sure to read the weekly emails, look at the daily planners and respond to the teacher’s comments, ask questions!

Ways to get involved in the classroom

Being more involved at school can help lead to a FUN and SUCCESSFUL school year for your child and their teacher!

How will you get involved in your child’s classroom this year?

Ways to get involved in the classroom

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This is a sponsored conversation written by me on behalf of General Mills®. The opinions and text are all mine.

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3 thoughts on “7 Ways To Get Involved In Your Child’s Classroom

  1. Thanks for these great tips to help us succeed in getting involved with the kid’s success in their classroom. It will help us make sense and know what to do when we need it.

  2. Every year when my son was in school, I was a classroom reader, collected box tops and sent in needed supplies throughout the year ๐Ÿ™‚

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