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25 January 2013

Teachers Pay Teachers

TeachersPayTeachers  - Lesson Plans,Teaching Materials and Other Teacher-Created Resources

I don't know if you have used it yet, but Teachers Pay Teachers is my go-to site for "cool" worksheets, printables, games, anchor chart ideas, you name it!  And a lot of it is free! 

I have two plugs: 
1.  Go visit my store!  I have some fun stuff that I've uploaded.

2.  Does anyone know how to make that cutesy stuff like you see on there?  I have no idea how to do the cute pictures, borders, etc (fonts I do know), but everything else is a mystery!  How do you do it? 


  1. Cool stuff!

    I have to come back and download your ESL-at-a-glance sheet when I go back to work. I'm not sure about the cutesy stuff - my friend Linda used Publisher for some similar things, and I've downloaded pre-made ones for use with Photoshop Elements in the past (Google search).

  2. Use a page layout program (Like Publisher) instead of Word... or a trick many use it to do everything in PowerPoint. Since you are likely to convert it to a PDF document anyhow, use whatever makes it easist for you to design!

    As for cute borders & pictures, check the "clip art" category of TpT itself... some awesome clip-artists that I <3 are The 3AM teacher, Tracee Orman, Graphics from the Pond, Pink Cat Studio. I use a LOT of free stuff, and some paid items (mostly from those creators).

    What else do you need to know, regarding how to raise the cute factor? :-)

    Tammy (Mme Aiello)
    Teaching FSL

  3. Sorry for the typos!! (blushing!)

    Mme Aiello


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