Teachers Pay Teachers Site Wide Sale

If you've searched online for teaching materials at some point in your career, no matter how long you've been a teacher, you've surely come across Teachers Pay Teachers. It's a great site for getting lost on a Sunday afternoon, or at 2 a.m. if you're not careful.

According to their web site, 5 million teachers used the site in the past year, there are more than 3 million resources on the site, and one billion resources have been downloaded since its inception. That's billion with a "B." 

A former New York City school teacher, Paul Edelman started the site in 2006 and it's grown to be one of the highest traffic sites in the world. As of today, it's ranked 1,218 in the world and 449 in the United States. I've seen it rank as well as low 200s in the US... These are incredible stats when we consider the fact that there are about 400 million active sites in the world today!


Earlier this year, I finally launched my own store on Teachers Pay Teachers. I won't forget the date, not just because it was a Friday the 13th (March) but also because it was the date my family began quarantining in France. I quickly realized that I was going to need a lot of online materials, and found www.boomlearning.com, which I mentioned in an earlier post. Including my Boom Cards, I've posted over 60 different items on "TpT," from videos to worksheets to my favorite craft activity ~ Date Spinners. As we prepare for Back-To-School around the world (well, except in places like Australia) TpT is hosting a giant sale, and I've decided to participate:



So, to say thanks to my readers, I'd like to offer a free item to the first ten people who drop me a note to learnenglishwithlucky@gmail.com. Please check out my store and I'd greatly appreciate it if you'd pass the info to your teacher (and parent) friends. 

Look for a future post about becoming a seller on this site. It's been interesting!

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