Friday, December 27, 2013

Introducing Some of TpT's Rising Stars!

Welcome to the new 'Who's Who and Who's New' blog! 

I am so excited about this new venture I am working on! I was blessed to have been asked to collaborate on this year's Winter ebook and I ran across some Teachers Pay Teachers shops that I had never seen before. Some of the shops have been on TpT for awhile, and some are pretty new. Regardless of how long these sellers have been on TpT, I felt like more people needed to be exposed to their excellent content.

So, I decided to create a collaborative blog, rich in content, not just products. That way, people can see what awesome educators TpT hosts and how these educators use the content they create for TpT in their own homes and classrooms. 

I asked these educators to choose days throughout the year so that our blog will have a brand new article almost every day. There will be posts for a variety of grades and topics, not just 2nd grade. 

We will be officially launching in January of 2014, so be sure to check us out! You might want to put us on your calendar of 'things to do today' so you won't miss out!

If you would like to see who you will be meeting this year, be sure to visit the 'Awesome Authors' page. 

Here's to a grand new year and lots of grand ideas for the new year!









8 comments:

  1. Sooooooo excited! I will probably be back everyday! :)
    Hilary
    Second Grade is Out of This World!

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  2. Fantastic idea! Best wishes for the new year, Hilary!
    : )
    Whimsy Workshop Teaching

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    1. Thanks Susanna! Happy New Year to you too!
      Hilary

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  3. I think this blog is a fantastic idea! There are incredible current/former/future educators on Teacher Pay Teachers but it's hard to find them all...

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  4. Great idea! Looking forward to what's to come!
    Diane

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  5. So happy to see so many of my friends here! Go Lisa, Debbie and Bonnie! Looking forward to coming back here a lot!

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