Classroom newsletter examples and tips to easily create attention-grabbing and engaging content

Classroom newsletters are an efficient and consistent way of documenting and sharing class learning experiences and opportunities with parents, students, administrators, and school staff. Teachers work hard to quickly organize and summarize information for their newsletters and they’re always looking for ways to better engage their readers.

With Adobe Express, teachers can create customized graphics, photos, and videos to embed into newsletter templates, and they can also create newsletters from scratch using beautiful templates.

To get started, simply select a template from a multitude of Adobe Express options, and then customize it to create your own newsletter design that will engage readers and bring your stories and news to life.

Here are a few tips for designing a newsletter that you and your readers will love:

1. Determine your goals for your classroom newsletter.

To help narrow down your choices, consider what you’d like to accomplish. If you’re creating a new newsletter you can explore dozens of free classroom newsletter templates which you can customize for your classroom in minutes.. If you want to enhance an existing newsletter with video, you can go right into Adobe Express Video and easily create a quick video presentation. You can also create eye-catching graphics and images to go with your newsletter stories.

2. Know your audience

Will you be sending your newsletter to parents only, or will students read it, too? Understanding your audience can help you determine the right look, style, and messages for your newsletter.

3. Amplify your message

Adobe Express has plenty of ways for you to make your newsletter visually appealing. Try different templates and experiment with stylish fonts and free Adobe Stock images to enhance your newsletter and draw readers in.

If you’d like to see more creativity and design tips from me and my teammates, join us on the Adobe Education Exchange. Be sure to check out our Lightning Learning courses in the Professional Learning category.

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Explore these classroom newsletter templates.

-Wezi Thindwa

Adobe Education Evangelist. See her helpful Adobe for Education videos.

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