Want to Save Money on TpT Resources?
Have you heard of TpT for Schools yet? Before I was a TpT author, I bought MANY TpT resources for my school library. (Actually, I STILL buy a lot of TpT resources for my library!) Today, I’m set on helping you and your librarian friends get the most for your money when buying TpT resources. You won’t want to miss my tip about sharing your favorite resources by buying your friends a discounted license! It’s easy!
Also, I’ll help you support your teachers by describing how the TpT for Schools program works. Thousands of schools worldwide are already registered members of this platform which, in a nutshell, guides administrators in setting up a school-based evaluation and purchase system.
Once TpT for Schools is in place, educators have quicker access to the TpT resources they need — without spending their own money! Doesn’t THAT sound nice?!
As I researched this topic, I kept wondering if this might be another way for librarians to help curate teacher resources within their schools. At the very least, it’s something that we can visit with our administrators about. After you watch the video, so let me know what you think in the comments below.
As I mentioned in the video, I’ve compiled a list of resources to help you present the idea of joining TpT for Schools to your administrator(s). That PDF file is linked directly below.
Before you go… choose a task from the Rafflecopter and complete it to enter for one of five $10 TpT gift cards that will be given away on August 6th! Good luck!
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Leigh Collazo from Mrs. ReaderPants has come up with some creative ways to share TpT gift cards!