Take the TpT Plunge!

Felice is having a fun linky party that I just had to join! She is asking TpT’ers to share how they took the TpT Plunge!

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The rules for the TpT Plunge linky party:  write a post on your blog about your journey into the world of paying for TPT products.  Share 2 products that you LOVE, LOVE, LOVE and one of your best selling products that so many other SLP’s are using in their therapy rooms!

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The very first product I bought on TpT was Jenn’s Totally Rad Language Activities! I could NOT resist those cassette tapes. I love the 80′s!

I started selling my materials on TpT a while ago. Which is why I have so many! What I love most about TpT is the ability to find activities for very specific skills instead of buying an entire ‘book’ from one of the big companies! TpT can be hit or miss, but if you find  authors you like, I swear you won’t be disappointed! Here are some of my other favorite things!

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This Music Themed Companion Packet from Speechy Musings has been great at middle school!

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My social groups are loving these Scenes at School from CC!

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Lastly I love these High Stakes Testing Vocab activities from Natalie Snyders!

Each of these packets are so unique! I hope you take the TpT Plunge! Head over to Felice’s Linky Party to see what everyone is sharing!

Lovely comments

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    says

    I agree Jenna with loving that I can peruse TPT and find very specific activities for goals that I need to target! I am so glad I took the TPT plunge!! Thanks for linking up.

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    says

    Shut. The. Front. Door. I did NOT know that! That 80′s packet was one of the first things I ever made. Thank you for supporting me buddy!! You rock!

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