Have you seen Teacher's Marketplace?

Have you ever visited Teacher's Marketplace?


Previously Teacher's Marketplace has only been open to Australian sellers and buyers, with many Aussie's using Teachers Marketplace as their first port of call before visiting Teachers Notebook or Teachers Pay Teachers. Teacher's Marketplace started in 2009 and has thousands of free and items for sale all made by Australian teachers. However, some changes have been occuring....

GREAT NEWS Teacher's Marketplace is now open worldwide, to buyers and sellers in any country! If you can't find something you are looking elsewhere, why not pop over and check it out, there are a lot of products that can be used by teachers worldwide!

If you are already a seller on the internet, or new to the avenue of selling your teacher resources, why not head on over and join up - it is quick, easy and basic membership is free!

I joined Teacher's Marketplace over 6 months ago, and the little spending money is lovely! As well as finding some great resources and linking up with some lovely teachers!

While you are there, why not download my new freebie "Developing Number Sense".


5 comments

  1. It won't let me sign up because all it will allow are Australian addresses. Any suggestions? I would LOVE to sign up.

    Tina
    Crofts' Classroom

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    1. Hi Tina, this has now been amended and will accept a post code up to 10 digits long.

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  2. Thanks for the shout out Alison! It's so important for educators to have avenues to share their creativity. Your resources are fantastic and I'm thrilled to be able to share them with our members.
    Cheers,
    Katie
    Owner of Teachers Marketplace

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  3. Hi Tina, please try again but only use a post code of 4 digits. If you have any other issues, please contact me directly on admin@teachersmarketplace.com.au. Thanks! Katie

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  4. Hi
    I'm not able to find Teachers Marketplace. I want to join for the National Curriculum resources and lesson plans. Any ideas?

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