Thursday, February 20, 2014

A Happy Milestone and a Giveaway to celebrate!

A year ago (about 2 years after I started tutoring professionally), a wise person (my mother) told me I should start trying to sell the education materials I have always created for my kids (whom I've homeschooled from birth) and my tutoring students. I thought she was crazy! So I blew it off as one of those hyped up motherly remarks.

Over the next few months I started to search out the possibilities, including selling online in the digital market. I found a few outlets that I thought I would play around with, and set up accounts. Then I basically left them alone thinking it wasn't worth my time. Over the summer (my busiest tutoring time) I had to create several resources for my students, and so I revisited the my wonderment, one was advertising a blow-out Back To School Sale, and the excitement caught me.

That August was truly the beginning of my journey as a seller on Teachers Pay Teachers, and I spent a few hours each week adding to my store, making connections, and learning what it takes to be successful. Here I am today, a few months later with just over 100 followers of my store!
I know this isn't much, and its no Superstar rise to fame. However, a year ago I thought it was pointless to even try!

What does this mean for you? First, if you are toying with an idea that you think is pointless, give it a chance before you count it out! And Second, you get to celebrate with me by entering for a chance to win my latest bundled resource. Read all about it at The giveaway started this morning and will continue until March 6th.

Here's a quick look at some of the top selling resources that have helped me reach this little milestone.

Fun With Multiplication

Equivalent Fraction Match Up Puzzles

Skip Counting Practice

Finally, here is the link to the rafflecopter to enter for your chance to win the Bundle of Subway Art Multiplication Match Up Puzzles 2-11:
a Rafflecopter giveaway


  1. I would love to use these materials with my intervention math students. They need to continue to work on their facts!

  2. Thank you! If you ever have a specific need you can't find quality resources to fulfill, feel free to make a special request!!


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