Georgia - Georgia teacher Deanna Jump, 43, has devoted her life to teaching kindergartners, but she’s also make a pretty penny sharing her lessons with other educators. Mrs Jump shares her award-winning ideas in the classroom on TeachersPayTeachers.com (TPT) and has made more than $1million dollars in the process.
But then she started posting her lessons on TPT, where a lesson plan sells between $5-$8 each. The first year, she only made $300. Then, the sales came flooding in. She has created 93 separate teaching units and sold more than 161,000 copies.
‘So if you want to teach about dinosaurs, you’d buy my dinosaur unit, and it has everything you need from language arts, math, science experiments, and a list of books you can use as resources. So once you print out the unit, you just have to add a few books to read aloud to your class, and everything else is there, ready to go for you.’ Paul Edelman, a former New York middle school English teacher, created the site in 2006 after he struggled to come up with daily plans.
A million bucks for Kindergarten lessons huh? The place where illiterate 6 year old children run around wearing lunch on their face like make-up and shit their pants twice a day? Seems about right. My only question is, does Deanna Jump wine and dine these people before she fucks them or does she just slide right in and get it over with? Because make no mistake if you pay this woman to learn how to teach kindergartners the alphabet and capital letters and counting you’re probably dumber than half the kids in your class. What’s the lesson plan for nap time I wonder? Flip on side A of the Wiggles and shake your ass while your students are conked out? Let me guess how Show and Tell goes down. You have kids bring in useless objects from their houses and they ramble nonsense for 45 minutes while you sit at a desk blitzed off the Xanex you popped during recess? Ouch, tough life babe!
PS – “Children should leave each day with a smile on their face and a story in their heart” A story in their heart? Bitch that doesn’t even make sense.