My New TPT Store!

If you're reading this, thanks for stopping by! I'm so excited to have opened my new TPT store! And a little nervous, I must say. So far it's very small. There's this new item and a my Write, Read, Draw short vowel freebie that seemed very popular.

My first "for sale" product is something I really wanted for my classroom- Traceable Handwriting Practice Cards. For a long time my students have used some Math Their Way number tracing cards at the beginning of each year. They've been great for Math Work Stations. Now that we're doing
Daily 5 I've been looking for beginning of the year things for Work on Words. These will be useful for everyone but especially good for my little ones who cannot read yet and don't know all their letters and sounds. Once they're laminated kids can use dry erase markers to trace letters. Each letter has a green dot to show where to begin.

Here's what they look like

I've spent a long time getting these ready and I'm thrilled to finally share them with you! Thanks also to  two special bloggers, Jessica from Tales of a First Grade Teacher and Barbara from
Grade ONEderful for support and encouragement to get this going.

It would make this teacher super happy if you would follow my store, pin this, put it on instagram, etc. I'd love to hear from you too!

Have a spectacular day! Thanks for checking out my new creation.


  1. You did it! Yay! I'm following your store now.
    Best of luck!

    Barbara @
    Grade ONEderful
    Ruby Slippers Blog Designs

  2. So exciting!!! You have inspired me since I first read your blog and joined the alphabet exchange a year ago! Have a great Friday!!

  3. Congrats! I opened my store this summer, I know how excited you are right now. I'm headed over now to follow you!


    An Apple a Day in First Grade

  4. That looks great! It's okay to feel nervous; we all make mistakes but we learn through experiences. I hope you're doing fine with your new store. It's good to see you're socializing with other sellers so they can also promote you, whether directly or not. One important aspect of having an online store is making it known to others.

    Reach for Freedom Pty Ltd

  5. Hey Chrissy! I hope everything is going well with you. Take care;)

  6. They certainly look wonderful and easy to follow. This would be a good starter for kindergarten up to grade 1 students, and would give them a great headstart on learning how to write their letters the right way. Also, don’t worry about starting small. It’s a good way to test out whether your product will be a hit. Just remember to share them with fellow educators so that they too can share it to other colleagues and acquaintances. Word of mouth plus an online presence is always the best way to do it, like having the best of both worlds. Cheers!

    Max Nilsen

    1. Thanks for the encouragement! Cheers to you too.


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