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Marching Into March: Magnificent Milestones

Published by Talya

Whether you’re seeing the season’s first flowers bloom, or facing another arctic front, these 12 magnificent milestone achievers will bring some early spring cheer to your day. You’ll find creative tools for teaching Spanish, short stories, nonfiction, arrays, and more — you may even find yourself turning your classroom into a giant cell! A Dozen Magnificent Milestone Achievers 1. Congratulations to Georgia’s […]

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Over The Rainbow for St. Patrick’s Day Resources

Published by Samantha

TpT Teacher-Authors are making sure you feel the luck of the Irish this St. Patrick’s Day! We’ve complied charming resources, shamrockin’ ideas, and festive fun for you to keep in your pot o’ gold. From leprechaun logic puzzles to a lesson on how St. Patrick’s Day came to America, there are plenty of resources to give your […]

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5 Questions With The Science Penguin

Published by Nicole

Meet Ariane Huddleston, the creative force behind TpT store The Science Penguin and one of this year’s TpT conference presenters. After receiving her M.A. in Curriculum and Instruction from the University of Texas at San Antonio, Ariane began teaching 5th grade science in 2008. When she noticed a shortage of effective, differentiated science materials, she […]

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Sensational Secondary eBooks: Take a Look!

Published by Talya

Many fabulous secondary Sellers have united to create four FREE eBooks full of resources for middle and high school classrooms. These fantastic creations cover a broad range of subject areas; ELA, humanities, science, and math. You’ll find interactive notebooks, graphic organizers, labs, worksheets, games, substitute plans, sample lessons, and lots lots more! Teacher-Author Literary Sheri proudly says, “I would […]

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Commemorate Women’s History Month in Your Classroom

Published by Jodi

Lap books. Close reads. Research projects. And games, games galore! Discover terrific Women’s History Month resources to bring into your classroom during the month of March… and beyond! Anything is Possible Sunny and Bright in First Grade says, “When I created my Women’s History Interesting Information Poster Pack (grades K-6), I wanted to familiarize my students with the contributions […]

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February’s Remarkable Milestones: Part 1

Published by Talya

It’s been a fantastic February, folks! We’re celebrating 21 milestones this week — bringing our total for the month to a remarkable 54 milestones achievers. We’re excited to introduce 11 impressive Teacher-Authors featuring products ranging from upper-elementary to 12th grade — you’ll find a bounty of creative math resources, along with science, history, and foreign language fun. Then, be sure to head […]

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February’s Remarkable Milestones: Part 2

Published by Talya

Congratulations to 10 outstanding Teacher-Authors! Be inspired by these milestone achievers’ PreK and early elementary resources. Let’s meet this wonderful class of TpT’ers, and don’t forget to check out Part 1 to meet 11 more Teacher-Authors. Take a bow, everyone! 10 Fantastic February Milestone Achievers 1. Applause for Alisa — FirstGradeFunTimes Try her: Scoot – 30 Games! Her tip: “You must try Scoot! […]

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More Phenomenal February Milestone Achievers

Published by Talya

Did you know the Saxons called February “Sprout-kele” due to the abundance of February kale, as well as “Solmonath” meaning “mud month” and also “cake month”? My personal preference is “chocolate month,” but whichever you prefer, these 15 phenomenal milestone achievers have a feast of resources to share with you. There is something here for every grade, with themes ranging from penguin […]

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Stressing the Test Prep? — TpT Can Help

Published by Talya

Testing (and the weeks and months leading up to it) can be a stressful time, but that doesn’t have to be the case. Here are tips, games, lessons, strategies, and confidence-building activities for teachers of all grade levels to help students do well and feel good during testing season. TpT Teacher-Authors offer their best ideas to […]

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5 Questions with Teacher-Author Science Stuff

Published by Nicole

We recently enjoyed a chat with one of our original TpT Teacher-Authors, Amy Brown of Science Stuff. She started with Teachers Pay Teachers in 2006 and has never looked back. According to Amy, her teaching continues to be fresh and innovative and that she’s become a better teacher with more time to spend with her family and students because of […]

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