First Year Letters Stationery

First Year Letters Stationery
Encourage your students to practice formal letter writing with this printable First Year Letters stationery. Use this lined paper as a template during Letter Writing Week (January) and throughout the year.

Grade Levels: 1 - 3

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First Year Letters
Julie Danneberg

In this sequel to First Day Jitters, Sarah Jane Hartwell has gotten up her courage and has gone to teach school. As every first year teacher knows, a classroom full of second graders can be alarmingly unpredictable. Teachers and children alike will identify with Mrs. Hartwell as she navigates her first year in First Year Letters, and many classes will be inspired to write letters about their own experiences.
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