The slideshows below feature the teaching resources and printables I’ve made available in my Teachers Pay Teachers store. You can browse them here or there. Prices are listed at the bottom of each image–you’ll notice that many are actually freebies. Click on any image to get to the download page. Thank you for your support! I really appreciate you downloading and rating/commenting on my teaching resources.
Brain Games & Mindset Activities
Math Talk Resources
Math Partner Games
Classroom Management Mini Lessons + Printables
Classroom Management Tips and Tricks
Open-Ended Activity Resources
Resources for Christian Teachers
New Stuff is Added Regularly!
Follow me on Teachers Pay Teachers to get email notifications when I add new products or freebies. I just created my store in September 2012, so this is only the beginning! There is MUCH more to come. I’m working on literacy and math teaching resources as well as more classroom management goodies, so be sure to stay updated!
Looking for Free Printables from The Cornerstone Book?
You’re thinking of a different printables page, one where all the forms referenced in the book are available for download. Instead of making photocopies of the forms in the book, you can simply download Microsoft Word versions and quickly make modifications to fit your own preferences. To access the Printables From The Cornerstone Book page, login here. Your password is the last word in the book (on the Afterword page). Enjoy!
Want More Freebies?
There are hundreds of pages of free teacher resources on this site. Use the navigation menu at the top of the page to view them. You’ll find ideas for behavior management, centers, organization and decoration, planning and assessment, and much more!
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