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Storefronts for ELA in Middle School Resources and Products

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As you have seen, we post covers of our products and resources in our posts, with links to our various stores. Well, we have recently signed up with Linktree. From here forward, instead of different links for our resources and products, we will use just this one. From here, you select which of the four storefronts you would like to visit to shop our resources from! Follow this link, and you will find options for ELA in Middle School on AmpedUpLearning, BoomLearning (SM), TheWheelEdu, and TeachersPayTeachers. Simply select the storefront you prefer, and click away! In fact, why not check each platform out now and see how you enjoy each? Go ahead, we'll wait! :)

When we review other Teacher-Author's resources, we will provide the link to the store where we found their product. Thanks for reading "Wandering the Halls of Academia" and our posts! Be sure to follow and subscribe to the blog, and give us a shout out on social media!

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