I keep getting asked why I don’t sell all of my units for any given level in a bundle on TpT so that it would be easier to find and purchase them. Here are some reasons:
- My curriculum is not complete. I have almost everything that I taught in Spanish 1 on TpT, but some things that I created and used are not posted yet, and I used a lot of materials from TPRS Publishing (novels, stories from their curricula, etc.).
- I’m still updating and adding files, and until everything is updated and present, it is just too time consuming to update a bulk file every time that I make a change to an individual file.
- Different teachers want different things. Some teachers want to purchase ALL the supplemental units and reading-based grammar notes for a level, while other teachers just want the main units.
I will probably create a bulk file someday, but today is not that day. In the meantime, here are two suggestions to make it easier for you to easily find and purchase everything that you want:
Purchase TpT products with a Purchase Order from your school!
- Click here to find out how to make a Purchase Order. Basically, you fill your cart, select the “Purchase Order” option at checkout, and then download and complete the forms that they automatically generate for you.
Use Custom Categories to view a curriculum collection
- TpT allows Sellers to create custom categories for their products, and I have been working on going back through everything that I have on TpT to categorize it in a way that will be most useful to my buyers.
- If you’d like to order my Spanish I Curriculum, for example, click on the Custom Category “Spanish I Curriculum”. You can then click on each item and add it to your cart, or you can pick and choose which one you’d like.
- If you only want the actual units for any given level, sort the products alphabetically once you’re viewing a Custom Category. Then, scroll down until you see “Spanish 1 Unit….” or “Spanish 2 Unit…” (depending on which level you are viewing). Add only those units to your cart, and skip the supplemental readings and grammar notes.