I’ve been spending some of my quarantine time making products for my new store at teacherspayteachers.com, an online marketplace for teachers to sell their digital products. The name of my store is OLIOTOPIA. The word olio means “a miscellaneous collection of things,” just like this blog’s name samut-samot. I threw in my first name at the end. I decided to sell products on TeachersPayTeachers (TpT) because when buyers purchase a product, they can instantly download it. (And of course, this mom has to make a living.) The products in Oliotopia are either new worksheets or much improved versions of what I have been posting in this blog. My TpT store is focused on selling products written in the Filipino language, but I’ll eventually translate some of them and make English versions to sell, too.
For now, I only have four products in my store, each less than 10 U.S. dollars. TpT is a New York-based company, so payments are in U.S. dollars. I’m planning to post a new product each week, if my schedule permits. You can click on my store logo below to check out my TpT store.
You have to create a TpT account to be able to buy products and download free resources. Registration is free. All you need is an e-mail account and a password for your TpT account. BUT before you purchase anything from my store or any other TpT store, wait till May 5 (U.S. Time Zone) because TpT is having a SALE on May 5 and 6, 2020 to celebrate Teacher Appreciation Week in the U.S. You can get a 20% discount on the products you decide to buy.
Below are a few previews of my TpT products.
I hope you get a chance to visit my TpT store.
Stay safe, everyone!