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Freebies


This page contains links to Freebies that I create throughout the year for teachers!

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Click the picture to head to my TPT shop and pick up this freebie! :)


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Twitter Permission Form



This is not "cute" by any means, so feel free to just copy and paste the language I use! Keep in mind, I am a teacher and not a lawyer. However, this is the form I have used since starting a classroom Twitter account. If you use this form, please do not edit it within the doc. Please click FILE and then MAKE A COPY to customize it with your information. 

Click HERE to access the Twitter permission form.



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Blog Permission Form
This is not "cute" by any means, so feel free to just copy and paste the language I use! Keep in mind, I am a teacher and not a lawyer. However, this is the form I have used since starting a classroom blog years ago. If you use this form, please do not edit it within the doc. Please click FILE and then MAKE A COPY to customize it with your information. 

Click HERE to access my blog permission form.







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  1. Hi Kayla,
    Thanks for sharing all of your fantastic ideas and resources. I'd love to share this page with teachers I work with (I'm a Tech Integration Specialist for K-2 teachers) who have questions about getting parent permission for social media. When I clicked the Twitter permission page, it was blank. Wondering if someone accidentally edited and deleted it? Just a random tip that I have recently learned ... when you're using Google Drive and sharing a file, in the URL where it says "edit", delete that word and instead write "copy". Now, when people click the link it will force them to make a copy before they can access the document - then they won't accidentally mess up your original doc. :) I thought this was so cool, I thought I'd share. :) Thanks again for all you do. Have a super Friday!

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