Grab a glass of lemonade and be sure to check out the latest group of milestone-achieving Teacher Authors.

6 Sizzling Summer Milestone Achievers

Fishyrobb

1.  Janet From Florida Runs Fishyrobb

Try her: Beach Theme Classroom Decor

Her tip: “Students love a fun and inviting classroom, and summer is the perfect time to start planning yours! I have designed several theme packs to make it quick and easy. This beach-themed decor pack has everything you need from welcome banners and supply labels to behavior charts and desk tags. Just print and hang!”

 

A Modern Teacher

 2. April From Texas is A Modern Teacher

Try her: BUNDLE Organize,Plan,&Go! Planner & Organizer 2014-2015 Chevron Editable

Her tip: “Staying organized with all the information you receive is a key component to success. This lifelong tool helps you organize everything from lesson plans (with many templates to choose from) to calendars to student information. Keep it electronically or print it out. Planning and organizing has never been more fun.”

 

Tick Tock Curriculum

3. From Oregon, Welcome Tick Tock Curriculum

Try her: 4th Grade Common Core Daily Workbook

Her tip: “Each day is balanced with a variety of math, language arts, social studies, and science material with every fifth day focusing on one specific skill/subject. This product is great to use as morning work when students first arrive to class. It can also be sent home as homework for students to review previously taught skills in preparation for state testing.”

 

Kim Miller

4. From North Carolina, Meet Kim Miller

Try her: 4th Grade Math Quick Assessments for CCSS *ALL 5 Domains – ALL 5 Standards*

Her tip: “Are you looking for an easy, but effective way to assess your students’ knowledge of the CCSS in Math? Well, look no further! These Common Core aligned formative assessments are the perfect way to quickly and efficiently assess students all year long! Use them to guide your instruction and monitor student progress. A variety of data recording sheets are included, along with a binder cover, divider sheets, and answer keys. Use the recording sheets to record grades, group students, and check off mastery of each standard. Organize the entire product into a binder to have at your fingertips all year long! Use these assessments at the end of a unit, in math centers throughout the year, morning work, homework, end of year review, or even as a pre/post assessment — the possibilities are endless!”

 

Second Chance

5. Meet Kentucky’s Sandy Reeves — She Runs Second Chance

Try her: Back to School Monsters Math and Literacy Color by Number CCSS

Her tip: “This is a fun little packet to use at the beginning of 2nd grade. Enjoy!”

 

Fourth Grade Flipper

6.  Holly From NY is Fourth Grade Flipper

Try her: Line Plots with Fractions Math Center {aligned to Common Core}

Her tip: “Using engaging math centers to reinforce concepts is a great way to get students to take a more active role in their learning. When designed effectively, centers provide much needed review, practice, and enrichment for students that is differentiated to meet their needs and interests.”

***

Now that’s a fantastic round-up of milestone achievers. To learn more about promoting your store and achieving your TpT goals, consider attending the upcoming Supercharge Seller Success conference in Las Vegas — there’s still space, and time to sign up, but the clock is ticking!

Comment