10 Tips for Growing Your TpT Business

Thursday, December 5, 2019 No comments
Are you looking for some steps you can take to grow your TpT business or start selling today? Check out the video I just posted with some tips you can start implementing today!

Best Dry Erase Materials for Your Elementary Classroom Available on Amazon Right Now

Monday, November 25, 2019 No comments
It seems like there are dry erase versions of many everyday products now. Not only do they make life easier, but they're a huge help in the classroom. No longer do we have to waste countless sheets of paper, rush to the copier during our planning periods, or print out class sets of printables that students can share instead.

We may not need to reinvent the wheel, but we can definitely reuse it again and again.

Check out my top 12 dry erase products available on Amazon right now.

A Recipe for Success: Turning Your Teaching Ideas into Innovative Classroom Resources

Tuesday, November 19, 2019 No comments

"Comparison is the thief of joy."

That is one of my all-time favorite quotes. Theodore Roosevelt (T.R. for those of you who love nicknames like me!) said those words a long time ago, but they still ring true today.

Every time I'm feeling defeated because someone else is more successful, more in shape, more "together" than I am, I remind myself that life isn't a competition with others... My life is measured by my successes, my growth, my evolution.

Do you ever feel bummed out because you have a fabulous new idea, but then you realize it's not totally "unique"? You find out another teacher somewhere has "been there, done that" already and you decide not to even bother sharing what you made with anyone else, afraid that your idea wasn't original enough to be worth anything?

Before you scrap the resource or decide not to share it with the world, you have to read this post!

Topics for Kids

Wednesday, November 13, 2019 No comments
Are you looking for ideas of things to talk about with your kids or students? This list is a great way to get conversations going, writing ideas, and more!


  • What is your favorite food? (Get more specific by asking favorite breakfast, lunch, dinner, dessert, or snack!)
  • What is your favorite day of the week?
  • What is your favorite type of book to read?
  • What is your favorite subject in school?
  • What is your favorite season?

What's the Moral of the Story?

Tuesday, October 29, 2019 No comments


I have a new resource you'll definitely want to add to your reading response collection! It's for students to describe the moral of the story.