Using Imagine Language & Literacy family letters to connect with home

Family letters explain what Imagine Language & Literacy is, how students can use it at home, and how parents and caregivers can encourage and support their student's literacy development. Family letters are available in multiple languages for ELL families.

If your students log in to Imagine Language & Literacy at the website, use the Standard version of the letter. Fill in the login section at the bottom of the letter with your students' username, password, and site code.


If your students use to access the program, print out student login cards and send them home with the family letter instead of filling out the bottom part of the letter manually. 

If your school uses a single sign-on provider such as Clever or ClassLink to log in to Imagine Language & Literacy, use the Single Sign-On (SSO) family letters instead. These letters include a place for you to add the school or district URL where students can log in to the SSO provider, and no site code is necessary.

Standard version
(For users)
Single Sign-On (SSO) version
(For Clever and ClassLink users)
English English
Arabic Arabic
Bengali Bengali
Burmese Burmese
Cantonese Cantonese
Dari Dari
Farsi Farsi
French French
Haitian Creole Haitian Creole
Hmong Hmong
Japanese Japanese
Korean Korean
Mandarin Mandarin
Marshallese Marshallese
Pashto Pashto
Polish Polish
Portuguese Portuguese
Russian Russian
Somali Somali
Spanish Spanish
Swahili Swahili
Tagalog Tagalog
Telugu Telugu
Ukrainian Ukrainian
Urdu Urdu
Vietnamese Vietnamese


You can also download family letters from within the program at Teacher Resources > Offline Resources > Home Connection Resources.