Teaching Resources

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace much like Etsy and Amazon handmade. Products and resources are made by teachers for teachers.

Now those teachers do not have to be classroom teachers. They can be anyone. Yes, you parent trying to help your 2nd grader write better sentences. Yes, you afterschool program coordinator. Yes, you the homeschooling dad. Everyone can have an account with Teachers Pay Teachers.

AND that account is FREE

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Play-Based Learning

You are going to find resources for those beginning learners up to around age 7 or 8. Most of the resources are game and play base, learning at this age is all about playing, so might as well make it fun. You will find a few worksheets.

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Coloring Patterns For All

In addition to educational resources I have coloring pages available for instant download. These coloring books are for everyone from the most advanced coloring fan and to the beginner.

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Movement and Brain Breaks

Research has shown that the more senses used to learn a concept the more concrete that concept becomes. You will find activities movement and breaks to even just get the wiggles out! We all need to just dance it out sometimes.

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Coloring Books for Advanced

Coloring books for kids looking for a little more advanced to the adult coloring. There are more open spaces provided to limit the intimidation factor and to provide enjoyment for those with flexibility and visual challenges as well.

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General and Seasonal Themes

There are general themes, such as Robots and All About Me. To seasonal themes such as Pumpkins, Halloween, Thanksgiving and Christmas (secular). Most of the themes include enough activities for at least 2 weeks of learning.

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Simple Lines for Beginners

These coloring pages are for the earliest of coloring fans just learning to hold a crayon. Specifically, the “Simple Lines” series is aimed specifically to younger coloring fans. These are your kid coloring books.

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