You work incredibly hard to do what’s best for your students. You stay up late lesson planning, devote entire weekends to grading papers, and spend hours creating new ways to capture your students’ attention and spark their desire to learn. Let’s face it, though: getting everything you need to run a successful classroom can sometimes be a real challenge. And more often than not, you wind up shouldering the costs for all the little things you do for your students — and that adds up.

What if you could pay for games, task cards, unit plans, and even full-year curricula with your school’s funds instead of digging into your own pocket? The good news is, now you can! TpT for Schools is a new way for you to get what you need for your students, while spending less of your own money. It’s super easy and completely free for your administrator to register your school. Once your school is set up, you can start looking for the TpT resources that best fit the needs of your classroom and request that they be purchased with school funds.

We asked some teachers why they’re so excited that their schools have signed up for TpT for Schools. Here’s what they said about how it’s made a difference for them:

What if you could pay for games, task cards, unit plans, and even full-year curricula with your school's funds instead of digging into your own pocket? The good news is, now you can! And these are just some of the teachers already experiencing the benefits.

What if you could pay for games, task cards, unit plans, and even full-year curricula with your school's funds instead of digging into your own pocket? The good news is, now you can! And these are just some of the teachers already experiencing the benefits.

What if you could pay for games, task cards, unit plans, and even full-year curricula with your school's funds instead of digging into your own pocket? The good news is, now you can! And these are just some of the teachers already experiencing the benefits.

What if you could pay for games, task cards, unit plans, and even full-year curricula with your school's funds instead of digging into your own pocket? The good news is, now you can! And these are just some of the teachers already experiencing the benefits.

What if you could pay for games, task cards, unit plans, and even full-year curricula with your school's funds instead of digging into your own pocket? The good news is, now you can! And these are just some of the teachers already experiencing the benefits.

Are you interested in bringing TpT for Schools to your school? Visit the TpT for Schools site to learn more and to start the conversation with your administrator about why your school should get on board today.