Monday, January 2, 2012

My Biggest One Yet!

Ok, I don't know how you ladies create all these huge packets of activities.  It took me most of the afternoon to make a set of games that is only 16 pages long.  Major props to you!  Now, what are your secrets? ;)

My students will be working on Initial R-Blends in Spelling this week, so I created a packet that has 3 games in it; bingo, memory match and dominoes.  Go check it out at my TpT store!

I do have a serious question though.  I remember seeing someone post (of course I can't remember who) about using PowerPoint to create most of their items for their classroom/TpT.  Is this true or am I seeing things again?  I've always used Microsoft Word.  I'm curious, what do you find to be the easiest program to use?


  1. I use PowerPoint almost exclusively for everything. For some reason things don't get all funky.

    2B Honey Bunch
    The Best Endings

  2. I feel your pain! I just made my first lengthy {for me} packet for TpT. Don't get excited it was only 22 pages, but the formatting of Word nearly drove me insane. I just saw a post on Amy Lemons blog about using PowerPoint. I immediately sat down and started playing around with it to create documents for TpT. Wowzers! Seriously, so. much. easier. My vote is to use PowerPoint from this day forward when creating lengthy cutesy documents :o)

    BTW, I am brand new to the bloggy world so if you would follow me, I might jump up and down :)

    Jamie at 2nd Grade Stuff


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