I love Teachers Pay Teachers, don't get me wrong. However, like most teachers, I just don't have a lot of extra cash to spend on printables and other teacher resources for my classroom. And, to be honest, Teachers Pay Teachers is a fantastic collection of resources that are often too cute for me to print. (I mean, I love my students, but give it up with the chevrons already! I have to draw the line somewhere.)
A Few of My Favorite Things
Take a look at the slideshow below. Here is just small a sampling of some of the goodies you can find on the site. Enjoy!
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Check it Out For Yourself
To take a look at what they have to offer, I suggest checking out the PaperZip collection in one of two ways. If you don't use Pinterest, just follow this link to the Paperzip home page or start your search at their "Best of 2016" collection. Then start downloading and printing away. If you have a Pinterest account, start by going directly to the PaperZip Pinterest Boards. Once there, you can browse all their ideas and you can begin pinning away items onto your own "First Days of School" or "Christmas Party" or "Classroom Library" collections.
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Common Sense Media
Helping Parents & Teachers Navigate a Digital World
A Mid-Year Checkup:
Tech Goals I've Met, Missed or Abandoned Completely
Shelf Reflection: What my classroom library says about the world and what I can do about it.
Looking Ahead, Blogging Forward
Teacher Approved Gifts for Kids
The Best Apps for Your Kid's New Device
Do Good with Great Deals
Is Amazon Prime Worth It?
Navigating the Election with Your Kids
Making the Most of 1 Classroom iPad
Apptoberfest: Google Photos
Apptoberfest: The Bible for Kids by YouVersion
Apptoberfest: IXL Math
Apptoberfest: Teach You Monster to Read
I Tried...I Failed...& You Can Too!
Let Go and Let Them
Oh the Place You'll Go: Using Green Screens in the Classroom
The Kindle Fire HD 8 - The iPad's Days are Numbered
A Fresh Start: Changes for the Year Ahead
Getting Great Stuff for Less - Part 2: Getting the Lowest Price
Getting Great Stuff for Less - Part 1 : Finding the Best Stuff
Stop Everything and Kahoot!
Coding in 2nd Grade with No Prep and $0
Kindles in the Classroom: A Year In Review