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The Power of ONE: A New Approach for GROWING Your TpT Shop

The Power of ONE:  A New Approach for GROWING Your TpT Shop

First of all, this title has multiple meanings, but the purpose of this blog is to give some useful tips to teacher-authors who need help managing, organizing, and growing their TpT shops...

Teachers: Five Ways to Work in Exercise at School

Teachers:  Five Ways to Work in Exercise at School

Do you struggle with getting in at least three quality workouts during the week?  Are you like me and bring your gym bag to school everyday...

 

The Writer's Notebook: Integrating Technology in Three Easy Steps

The Writer's Notebook:  Integrating Technology in Three Easy Steps

The Writer's Notebook is an essential tool for the ELA classroom as a facilitator for the writing process. It makes the teacher's job easier and more efficient to assign and assess work, and it helps...

Teaching Students How to Write Commentary for the Literary Analysis Essay

Teaching Students How to Write Commentary for the Literary Analysis Essay

Writing commentary is undoubtedly the most difficult part of writing any essay.  All other parts of the essay are more formulaic in nature.  But when it comes to commenting on evidence...

Three Things NOT TO WORRY About at the End of the School Year

Three Things NOT TO WORRY About at the End of the School Year

It's finally almost here!  SUMMER!!!  You're grades are turned in, you've said goodbye to your students, and all that remains is a war-torn classroom with the remnants of the life that was once there...

THREE Questions to Consider When Creating a NEW TpT Product

THREE Questions to Consider When Creating a NEW TpT Product

Whether you are new to Teachers Pay Teachers or consider yourself a veteran, there are some standard questions to consider before creating new products and posting them...