Preschool Newsletters play an integral part in your marketing efforts. Creating a winning preschool newsletter can take time, not to mention the need to create one every month consistently. That’s why it’s best to let a marketing agency specializing in Preschool Marketing take care of the job for you.


This article is for those who love writing their preschool newsletters or have an in-house marketing team but need help coming up with good preschool newsletter ideas. I have come up with a list of topic ideas, days, awareness months, and weeks from January through December for your inspiration. I have also included a printable calendar. And it is absolutely free!


But first, it’s vital to have some staple elements in all your preschool newsletter templates.


Essential Elements:

Preschool Newsletters may vary in tone, design, and structure. Still, having a few essential elements in all preschool newsletters is crucial.

  1. Events and Activities Schedule, Special Opening and Closing Hours
  2. Curriculum Plan for each month
  3. Policy changes and updates
  4. Lunch and Snacks Menu
  5. Spotlight for Preschoolers, Parents, or Teachers.
  6. Testimonials and Ratings
  7. Links to Review your Preschool GMB and Social Media Pages.
  8. Links to Social Media Pages
  9. Transportation Changes
  10. FAQs
  11. A Clear Call-To-Action


2023 Preschool Newsletter Ideas Calendar

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1. January Preschool Newsletter

January is among the most productive months for an email newsletter. It means you will have endless options and ideas to include in your monthly newsletter for January. Discuss the New Year’s resolutions or goals for your preschoolers, share pictures taken during holiday breaks, and feature stories about how your preschoolers prepare themselves for the new year. Choose a tone that best works for your January Preschool Newsletter, as it will set the tone for the rest of the year and help in brand identification.


2. February Preschool Newsletter

February is a month of love and compassion. The February Preschool newsletter can focus on Valentine’s day and its celebrations at your preschool. Stories and activities related to love, friendship, family bonding, giving, and kindness are beautiful ways to connect with parents. You may also include a contest or game in the February issue with fun prizes for winners.


You can also talk about unique books you are introducing to your students related to valentine’s day. Add featured stories of how the kids have been preparing for the day.


Fun events, activities, and crafts related to President’s Day, such as making cards for the president or flag decorating projects, can help nurture the artistic talents of your preschoolers. Share pictures of how your students celebrated Groundhog Day and curriculum, poems, and songs related to the day.


3. March Preschool Newsletter

March is a cheerful month with Spring around the corner. Write about your plans to celebrate the first spring day with field trips and outdoor activities. You can also plan science experiments related to the weather, discuss how it affects plant growth, and share some stories about animals that come out in springtime.


Fun games and stories related to St. Patrick’s Day, such as gold coin hunts and Irish-inspired dance performances, can demonstrate your preschoolers’ dancing talents. March is also a great time to celebrate Dr. Seuss’ birthday. Plan and introduce your students to some fun Dr. Seuss books and activities.


National Agriculture Day is your chance to organize local farm visits or teach your students in-depth about the subject. Add a section to your newsletters to inform parents about how preschoolers actively participate in the farm visit.


4. April Preschool Newsletter

April is the month of Easter and April Fool’s Day. Sharing some jokes or pranks your preschoolers have come up with can add a humorous tone to your April Preschool newsletter. Dedicate a section for Easter celebrations to spotlight egg decorations and fun activities such as painting eggs and Easter egg hunts.


You can arrange field trips to parks or greenhouses for your students to learn about plants and gardens during Earth Day. Introduce them to gardening basics, such as how to water plants or sow, and share pictures of the day. Arbor Day gives you an excellent chance to educate the kids about the importance of planting trees.


5. May Preschool Newsletter

May is the time to recognize teachers and Mother’s Day. You can dedicate the issue of your newsletter to these two special occasions.


Share stories about how preschoolers celebrate their teachers or why they love them so much. Talk about how teachers have positively impacted the students or feature stories about the special bond between teachers and students. Making cards and gifts for their moms to celebrate Mother’s Day should be part of your activities section for May.

6. June Preschool Newsletter

June marks the end of the school year and the start of summer vacation. You can talk about summer parties and field trips or share stories about how the kids have enjoyed their time at school throughout the year.


Add stories and pictures about graduation ceremonies and end-of-year celebrations or feature stories of how the kids have grown over the year. Educate parents about sun protection and staying hydrated in hot weather.


7. July Preschool Newsletter

July is the month of summer fun and outdoor activities. Talk about beach outings, pool parties, camping, stargazing, and many more. July also gives you a chance to encourage parent participation. Ask your parents to share fun moments or photos of how the kids have enjoyed day trips to the zoo or the museum with them.


Give parents a few fire safety tips to help keep everyone safe during those long summer days. It’s also an excellent opportunity to educate young ones about responsible behavior while playing with fireworks or sparklers.


8. August Preschool Newsletter

Use the August newsletter to welcome all your preschoolers back with inspiring stories or beautiful poems. Share stories about what the kids have learned over the summer or feature stories on how they have grown.


Add back-to-school tips for parents, such as creating an effective daily routine, setting boundaries, and getting organized for a successful start to the year. Use the newsletter to reach out to parents and build relationships with the local community.


You can also gain parents’ trust by sharing how the teachers have been preparing for a successful year ahead or providing insights into the upcoming curriculum. Writing about the past year’s experiences with a few personalized stories makes parents feel valued. Help your preschoolers improve reading and math skills by featuring a few summer crossword puzzles or educational games.


9. September Preschool Newsletter

The month of new beginnings is the perfect time to share inspiring stories about how the kids enjoyed their days back in school in August. Talk about the importance of respect and tolerance, especially during this time of year when kids are back in school and meeting new people.


September is the month to introduce community leaders or local businesses contributing to a better world. Feature inspiring stories about how kids make positive changes in their community or worldwide.


Since autumn is around the corner, inform parents about how kids prepare for autumn.


10. October Preschool Newsletter

October is Anti-bullying awareness month, and it’s the right time to include stories about building positive relationships. Share some safety tips to address parents’ anxiety when kids go out and have fun while trick-or-treating during Halloween. You can also incorporate tips on choosing healthy snacks or discussing healthy nutrition with children.


Celebrate diversity and its importance and write about important figures such as Amelia Earhart. Art projects, making costumes, or pumpkin carving related to Halloween can form your newsletter celebrations section. Add family-friendly recipes for Halloween snacks or autumn-themed crafts children can make at home.


11. November Preschool Newsletter

November is a great time to encourage Kindness and Family Literacy. Feature stories about giving back to the community include fun activities such as making Thanksgiving cards or creating a family tree.


Talk about your preschool Halloween celebration and feature stories about how kids enjoy their fall break. Discuss safety tips for Thanksgiving celebrations, such as ensuring children are supervised in the kitchen or outside during dark hours and helping children adapt to the impending winter season.


You can also highlight the importance of being thankful and discuss interesting facts about Thanksgiving, such as its history or traditional recipes. Write about Fall-themed crafts and activities that kids can make at home.


12. December Preschool Newsletter

From Christmas to Hannukkah, December gives us endless opportunities to discuss winter holidays. Christmas countdowns or cookie recipes for Hanukkah are great ways to keep the holiday spirit alive. Include information on upcoming holidays such as Kwanzaa, Festivus, Yule, and Three Kings Day.


Discuss safety tips for winter, such as dressing in layers or keeping children supervised while outside playing. Many parents often worry about holidays as it can be hard to keep kids busy during the holidays. Add ideas such as making holiday cards or creating decorations to help parents discuss healthy nutrition and feature recipes families can make at home.

Final Words

Creating a preschool newsletter is an excellent way to inform parents, engage them with their children’s education, build your local community and nurture your leads. While several factors influence a successful email marketing campaign, having a consistent tone, design and schedule is a good start. Would you like us to share some preschool newsletter samples? Or have you got preschool newsletter ideas and samples that have best worked for your preschool? Let us know in the comments section.