This is your Personal Invitation to join the Dollar Teachers Club!
- Video Vault and support resources for continuing education
- First access to brand new resources
- Convenient, one-click access to all our freebies we have ever made (in color and black and white)
- Ability to request resources if you can’t find what you are looking for
- Virtual “Teachers’ Lounge” in our private Facebook group to build community with other members
But we can make it simpler.
Teaching will never be without stress.
But we can make it more enjoyable.
Teaching will always require some work after the last school bell rings.
But we can work less and finish working sooner.
Here are the Pre-K, Kindergarten, and 1st Grade resources waiting for you in the April 2022 monthly packs. Swipe through and check them out!
Plus, you’ll have access to all the freebies you can find on our blog – in color and black & white! No need to submit a form and receive the link in an email; every freebie is ready in the DTC Resource Library with one-click download!
Each month in the Dollar Teachers Club you’ll get:
- Over 20 exclusive seasonal and holiday themed centers you vote on to get exactly what you need made for Pre-K, Kindergarten, and First Grade
- One-click access to our entire library of A Dab of Glue Will Do resources – over 1000 in all!
- Complimentary access to over 1200 digital interactive activities for language arts, math and science designed for Google Slides, SeeSaw, and Boom Cards
- Support and ideas to plan out your month and lesson plans in less time
- Convenient, one-click access to ALL our freebies we have ever made (in color and black and white)
- Access to new resources before anyone else
- Ability to request resources if you can’t find what you need for your students
- Continuing education videos to support you and make teaching easier
- Access to our virtual teacher community where we help each other be the best educators we can be
- PLUS, you’ll get me…and y’all know I’m here to help you succeed!
Every day, you’ll confidently walk into your classroom or sit down at your computer ready to go.
And we can get over it all.
Teaching young students is not for the faint of heart. Especially heading back into the classroom with so many unknowns for the 2nd half of the school year.
We can all agree…teacher overwhelm and teacher burnout are huge obstacles now more than ever.
The Dollar Teachers Club is perfect for you if you are:
- Unsure how the rest of the school year will look, but are hopeful for some normalcy.
- Struggling to navigate how to meet the needs of ALL of your students who may still be behind from last school year
- Nervous or worried you’re going to “screw up” and not teach your students what they need to be successful readers and writers (like teach them to say the sounds wrong, like I did.)
- Frustrated figuring out how to fit in all of the state-standards in the short time you have (seriously, how do other teachers fit it all in?)
- Annoyed there’s not enough time for the “fun stuff” or play based learning when we are mandated to teach subjects for more minutes than we have on our schedules.
- Confused how to differentiate for the students who are advanced, while also simplifying lessons for those who are struggling.
8 exclusive Kindergarten centers each month
8 exclusive 1st Grade centers each month
Access to 1200+ interactive digital games
All-Access Library with instant access to 1000+ products
Monthly Resource Guide with ideas to plan your lessons
Convenient one-click access to ALL our freebies
Access to our private Facebook Teachers’ Lounge
Continuing education videos in our Video Vault
Priority access to newly released products
Request products you want us to make next
One last note from Jennifer:
But teaching isn’t easy, especially after last year. And no one knows that more than other teachers.
When I first started teaching, I spent every waking second I had trying to figure out how to be a great teacher.
I stayed in my classroom until the night custodian begged me to leave. And when I did finally head home, I brought stacks of papers and lesson plans and state standards home with me.
My quiet evenings with my husband where we ate dinner and spent time together were gone. I didn’t have time to ask about his day or watch a movie together or go out on a date. My marriage took a backseat to my career.
Because in those first few years, teaching was all-consuming. And while I loved teaching the kids to read and write, I started to resent the never-ending piles of work and never feeling caught up or prepared or confident in what I was doing.
We can take back our evenings and weekends and spend less time planning and prepping and creating and get home sooner…where we belong.