It may be Autumn, but these TpT Teacher-Authors definitely have a little “spring” in their steps! Please join me in congratulating this batch of nine Awesome Milestone Achievers.

And while we’re in a celebratory mood, did you know we recently exceeded 100K “Likes” on Facebook? TpT’ers are on fire!

Autumn’s Awesome $75,000 Milestone Achievers

 

A Teeny Tiny Teacher: Autumn's Awesome Milestone Achievers

1.  Kristin from California is A Teeny Tiny Teacher

Try her: Kindergarten Morning Work {The Bundle}

Her tip: “This best selling bundle is 180 days of printables aligned to the Common Core and reviews language arts and math skills daily. It’s designed so that kindergarten and 1st grade students can work independently! Use it in the classroom, for homework, or as an assessment.”

 

The Bubbly Blonde: Autumn's Awesome Milestone Achievers

2.  Alisha from Nebraska is The Bubbly Blonde

Try her: All About Pumpkins

Her tip: “This unit contains everything you need to keep your students engaged while learning all about pumpkins, including sheets for an Interactive Notebook!”

 

Autumn’s Awesome $20,000 Milestone Achievers

 

Khrys Bosland: Autumn's Awesome Milestone Achievers

3.  Khrys Bosland from Fort Myers, Florida

Try her: Fonts Fonts Fonts! – 107 Personal or Commercial Use Fonts: ALL KB Fonts by Khrys

Her tip: “If you are anything like me, you are font OBSESSED! I looooove new fonts and am always looking for creative ways to make my work stand out. This set of 100 (and counting) fresh and creative fonts would be a fabulous addition to your font collection. They can be used for both personal and commercial use. Feel free to use them on your Teachers Pay Teachers products, blog, website, or just to spice up your to-do list! Thanks for checking them out!”

 

JD's Rockin' Readers: Autumn's Awesome Milestone Achievers

4.  Ohio’s Jennie Johnson is JD’s Rockin’ Readers

Try her: Guided Reading Lesson Plans (Levels A – N)

Her tip: “Meeting the needs of all students is a difficult job, these plans help me easily and efficiently plan for word work, reading strategies, and comprehension with my students at all reading levels A-N during Guided Reading in my classroom.”

 

Danielle KG Teacher: Autumn's Awesome Milestone Achievers

5.  Danielle Mastandrea from Florida is Danielle KG Teacher

Try her: 220 Classroom Library Book Bin / Basket Labels {Primary Polka Dots}

Her tip: “This product is great for classroom organization. I use this product to organize my classroom library. It also helps students return books to the proper basket.”

 

Fishyrobb: Autumn's Awesome Milestone Achievers

6.  Janet from Florida is Fishyrobb

Try her: Reading & Language Arts Task Cards BIG Bundle

Her tip: “Task cards are a fantastic resource because they’re so versatile! They work well for independent center activities, a fun game of Scoot, or whole group guided practice. You can even use them as quick formative assessments! This Big Bundle of Task Cards is just what you need to get started. It includes 9 different sets of reading and language arts task cards that meet 2nd and 3rd grade standards.”

 

Bright Concepts 4 Teachers: Autumn's Awesome Milestone Achievers

7.  Jamie Pink from California is Bright Concepts 4 Teachers

Try her: 2nd Grade Math Interactive Notebook {Common Core Aligned}

Her tip: “Math should be fun and engaging. This 2nd grade interactive math notebook can be used to review, reinforce, and assess student understanding of the Common Core standards. Each page provides hands-on, differentiated learning for use in small groups, centers, or whole group instruction.”

 

Joy Sexton: Autumn's Awesome Milestone Achievers

8.  Joy Sexton from Rochester, New York

Try her: Common Core Bell Ringers – 180 Daily Warm Ups with Answer Slides

Her tip: “I love creating products that have both visual appeal and rigor! Start class with my Common Core Bell Ringers: 180 Daily Warm-ups with Answer Slides for great teachable moments with a variety of skills.”

The Template Teacher: Autumn's Awesome Milestone Achievers

9.  From New Hyde Park, New York comes The Template Teacher

Try her: Guide to Reading Levels: A – Z – Features of a Leveled Book – Parent Handout 

Her tip: “This easy-to-use guide can be sent home to explain the characteristics of leveled texts to parents. Each page explains what each reading level means and what families can do to support their child’s reading. Use it in a packet for parents at the beginning of the year, at Back to School Night, to support Parent Teacher conferences, or when a student moves up a level! Check out the reviews!”

Well, color us impressed. What a crew! If you’re wondering how these teachers do it, learn more About Us and How to Sell on TpT.

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