Tuesday, December 11, 2012

You Down Wit TPT?

So I got the Teachers Pay Teachers bug after I had spent probably a trillion dollars buying cute/amazing stuff for the last year.  I had been creating the math lessons basically from scratch for my whole team (as my county so awesomely leapt into Common Core without handing over the parachute) and my wonderful teammate Shafer, for the hake of it, posted one of my worksheets on TPT for free...and I got a lot of downloads!  She then began teaching me how to navigate the TPT world, which is like heaven on earth for educators....seriously!  It's like hitting up the under $5 section in target....don't pretend you secretly don't look like this when you find something new on tpt you love....

Anywhoooo, I did my famous "duh...Caitlin" line and realized, why shouldn't I get paid, or at least free downloaded, for all the work I put into the stuff I create?  Thus began my WHOPPING $4.80 franchise on TPT.  I'm pretty sure thats 10 hours/cent...but who cares!!!! I have just been creating small, itty bitty things to sell, but tonight...DUH DUH DUH...I ventured into the $8 price range. 

Now, I realize friends, no one will probably ever buy this bundle for $8, but a girl can dream right?!?!?!?!  Let me give you my sales pitch....click on the first image to go straight to my store. 

This is a review lesson, two study guides and an assessment, with a version with numerals, I created for my first grade math unit on the below standard. 

Standard: 1.OA.1 Use addition and subtraction within 20 to solve word problems involving situations of adding to, taking from, putting together, taking apart, and comparing, with unknowns in all positions, e.g., by using objects, drawings, and equations with a symbol for the unknown number to represent the problem. 

This bundle includes: -A Smart Board lesson with two days of review packed in. -Two study guides my kiddos complete in class and then take home to review with families (parents sign the study guide and return the next day). -My assessment on the 1.OA.1 standard with number words in the word problems. -My assessment on the 1.OA.1 standard with numerals in the word problems for differentiation.




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