Many teacher-authors are also hosting sales, up to 20% off. As soon as I heard about it, I jumped over to TpT to list my own sale, and then got to work clearing my wish list! I just loooove a good sale!
Happy shopping, everyone!
|Thanks to Mrs. Balius for the cute ad! :)|
|Task cards from Teaching with a Mountain View|
|Math Skills Scoot Bundle by Math Mojo|
|Assessment Posters & Forms by 3rd Grade Thoughts|
|Vocabulary Task Card Bundle by Rachel Lynette|
Dawn, I'm so glad you posed these questions because I've been thinking this same thing myself! In the last 2 months I've used up 2 whole color ink cartridges just printing goodies from TpT!
Color or Grayscale? Color for games, task cards,and anything I plan to laminate and use again. Grayscale for anything I'm going to make copies of for the students.
I do color printing at home and grayscale both at home and school.
I have a small color ink jet printer/scanner that I use just for color printing and then a Brother grayscale laser printer for everything else. The laser printer has been a great investment. I print until my heart is content and have only replaced the cartridge roughly 5 times in 4 years. Because of that I'm so tempted to buy a laser color printer!
I laminate at home and I cut before I laminate. I have a Scotch Thermal laminator (from Wal Mart) that I love!
I also use a fiskars paper cutter (from the scrapbook section) to cut most things.
Sorry to have written you a book here...I didn't realize I had so much to say about copying and laminating! I'm anxious to hear what others have to say.
|Pretty shade tree.|
|Lovely pods covering the ground - not so pretty.|