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Types of Educational Printables You Can Create and Sell

The Printables Biz Series | 9/14/2018

 

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If you are a teacher or a homeschooling parent, you certainly use educational resources like books, worksheets and printables. 

Have you ever thought of creating, sharing and selling your own educational resources?

If not, you should really pay attention and read this blog post until the end to learn more about the educational resources market which is a growing and profitable market. When you create, share and sell your own educational printables, you will support a lot of teachers, homeschooling parents and students worldwide and are even able to earn an income from it. Helping other people while earning an income isn't a bad thing, is it?

Creating your own educational printables is not difficult, because compared to whole books, they often contain a few pages and only a few words. The best thing about educational printables is, you can create multiple PASSIVE income streams in a hungry market that is not yet oversaturated. 

What is more, educational resources is not just a trend but will always be in demand so this niche remains stable.

In this blog post, I'm going to share what types of educational printables you can create, share, and sell. Let's start.

 

A selection of educational printable you can create, share and sell

 

  • Educational Worksheets
  • Printable Educational Books and Workbooks
  • Coloring Pages
  • Printable Coloring Books
  • Classroom Decorations, Forms, Posters, Signs, and Supplies
  • Clip Art
  • Exams
  • Quizzes
  • Spreadsheets
  • Flash Cards
  • Games
  • Curricula
  • Notebooks
  • Lapbooks
  • Lesson Plans
  • Journals
  • Planners
  • Task Cards

 

In my next blog posts, I will give you more information about each of the types of educational printables.

 

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I hope you will enjoy this series and learn a lot from it!

 

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