Friday, March 15, 2013


Bitten by the Creation Bug!

As you may know, I recently opened my TPT store and I am in the process of adding new creations.  I have tons of things I have created over the years, but they really need to be gussied-up (is "gussied" a real word?).

Thank you to everyone for celebrating my opening with me!  I am feeling the love........SO, I'm going to have a flash freebie giving away my newest product:

All you have to do is to leave a comment in which you share your best TPT advice.  If you don't have a TPT store, tell me about a math product you would like to see me create.  Easy-peasy!

The flash-giveaway will end Fri., March 15 at midnight CST.  I will choose a random number within the comments.  



  1. I don't have a TpT store but I would like to see you create addition and subtraction story problems that promote higher order thinking skills for first graders!

  2. I would love to see you create story problems relevant to the themes of each month! Students would get lots of practice and it would tie in with what they are learning!

  3. How fun! Welcome to the TpT world :)

    My advice would be to create seasonal activities that review/reinforce basic skills that kids need to learn (and re-learn) all year round. This catches a teacher's eye and doesn't force them to stop their curriculum plans to implement your product.

    *fingers crossed*

    Joy in the Journey

  4. My best advice for TPT is keep it reasonable! Teachers just do not have a lot of cash to spend. While products may be worth 15 and 20 dollars, it is nice to have items 4.00 and under to choose from.
    I love, love, love your blog and can't wait to see what you create. I have a TPT store, but buy from others all the time!
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  5. I would love to see you create higher level story problems for the primary grades. Congratulations on your TpT store. I am sure you are going to be very very successful.

  6. Congratulations on your TPT store. My advice is to keep the prices reasonable and create things for the common core curriculum. I also agree with the comment about creating seasonal activities that reinforce math and reading skills.

  7. Congratulations on your new store. I don't have a store, but I can say that I do purchase items. I agree that prices are a driving force. I also want to get the most out of the money I spend, so I choose a lot of games that can be used in centers throughout the year.
    I would love to see a math center that has students decide on the operation that has to be used to solve a word problem.

  8. I would like to see monthly morning math work papers that had story problems that would progressively build upon the previous months.


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