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Saturday, January 26, 2013

Help!! :)

Ok, y'all.  I want to be able to make more stuff for TpT to make more monaaayyyy.  I want to be a TpT super seller.  I didn't even know this existed until Dana Lester (she's so awesome) posted a pic of her store and it said super seller... I was like, huh? I WANT THAT!  I know I'm not on here enough and that's problem number one.  Gotta circulate and promote!  Single mommy of 2 toddlers means not much time for this.  I understand I won't be the next million dollar teacher, or even the next 20,000 teacher.  But I feel like I am full of awesome potential.  So here's where you come in.  Our reading program leaves very little wiggle room for creativity.  Read: ZERO.  It's scripted, and we have to stay to the script (blah).  Now, as much as I'd like to be able to just create things for other teachers to use since I can't, I don't even know what other teachers need/want.  Also, I have created little "helpers" for the program I teach, but don't know how to post them without messing with Copyright infringment.  Anyone know how that works?  I see LOTS of units being posted for different animals, different themes all around.  We don't teach anything like that.  I am the ELD (english language development) teacher, and we are required to have one hour of grammar, one hour of writing, one hour of reading, and one hour of vocab/speaking/listening per day.  And I have like 30ish  minutes for math every day except wednesday.  No math on wednesday (nuts, right?!).  I feel like I'm stuck.  How can I get around all of this and create things OTHER teachers will want/need?  I do sell stuff in my store, but it's really honestly only like 3 different products that sell.  Brainy ideas annnnddd.... GO!


1 comment:

  1. I'm introducing adjectives this week and will spend a few weeks on them...
    Thanks for the compliment :)