I don’t know about you, but when I find a TpT product I love I want to shout it from the rooftops. I saw this linky party and knew it would be perfect to share some of those products with you.
Here are the rules of the trio:
1. Share a product that you’ve made that you couldn’t live without.
2. Share a product that you’ve purchased that you love.
3. Share something from your wish list that you’re hoping to get for next year.
If you’re not a seller on TpT, no worries — just share two products you’ve purchased that you love!
Here is a product I have made that I cannot live without:
Years ago I started creating my own worksheets that students could complete with any spelling list. I ended up bundling the file and putting it up on TpT. I’m glad that so many other teachers have found it to be as helpful. I do have to say that it’s on my to-do list of products to spice up this summer. I just hope I can find the time 🙂
Here is a product I purchased this year that I love:
How-To Writing Craftivities by Tangled Up in Teaching
I was already teaching this genre of writing, so I thought the matching crafts would be a great way to add some excitement. The kids loved the writing assignments and making the accompanying crafts was something they really enjoyed!
Here is something from my wish list that I am really excited to purchase later this summer:
I have been working with my grade level team on a curriculum map. One reading genre I have always wanted to teach, but have never gotten around to is biographies. I picked up some great resources from the Scholastic Dollar Days and hope this pack will be a great addition to what I already have.
Head on over to the linky party and check out what products teachers are using!
Practicing addition is a lot more fun if kids get to go shopping, right?!? 🛒 And, this pack is FREE, so it really doesn’t cost you anything but the time to print and cut. 🖨 ✂️ This Snowman Supplies pack is a great way for students to add four 2-digit numbers.
Look at this great book sharing idea for Valentine's Day! It's called Blind Date with a Book. Students can wrap up a good book and write a description on the outside. Then others can choose a new book based on the description!A BLIND DATE WITH A BOOK! 😍 Wrap the books and write a description on each of them- have the kiddos read the descriptions and pick a book for a blind reading date! How memorable! What an amazing idea for #valentinesday! Thank you for sharing Jessica! I see so many teachers trying this out! @thegreenelementaryteacher LOVE! #books #reading #library #blinddate ... See MoreSee Less
Now I wish I worked in a school with a staircase. I love this idea!I have all of the heart eyes for this beautiful staircase by @newacademycanogapark!!! These are some of the books they’ve read during their schoolwide book time! This is such an awesome way to encourage reading! ... See MoreSee Less