Linktip: TeacherPayTeachers

35318344If you are a teacher, sometimes you need a specialized worksheet, a differentiated activity or a game that isn’t commercially available. That is why a lot of teachers, probably even you reading this blog, create resources for your students yourself. And most of the time, these great resources are only used in your classroom and at best shared amongst your direct colleagues.

So what if the teachers community around the world could benefit from them too? And how great would it be to get paid beyond your regular salary for what you create? This is where teachers communities comes in, and one of the most popular marketplaces for these materials is Teachers pay Teachers (TpT).

Teachers pay Teachers was created by New York public school teacher Paul Edelman in 2006. Nowadays millions of teachers visit the site, with thousands maintaining their own TpT stores. On the site you can find both free and premium / paid resources on all subject areas and levels. It’s easy to sign up to start downloading (or selling) materials.

So use this link tip not only if you’re looking for materials, but also if you create resources yourself which you would to share with the rest of the world!

Have a look at my own TpT store here. You can sign up for free by clicking here.

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