Join our community of teachers selling their resources globally on Tes

Become an author with Tes and sell your teaching resources with a global network of teachers. By uploading your resources, lesson plans and classroom materials you can help support our community of 8 million educators. Tes also allows you to select a price for your educational resource, so your passion and hard work are rewarded beyond the classroom.

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These inspirational teachers are already selling their resources. You could be next.


Jacqueline was inspired to create her math mysteries after coming across many students who lacked engagement in the math class. She hopes her ready-to-go resources will help teachers to motivate their classes, and be stress-free to use.

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Paul teaches communication English in Japan. He looks for books and historical subjects that he can make a video about, then builds his unique resources around them. His advice to any teacher thinking of selling their resources: go for it!

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Artsy-crafter has uploaded over 120 hands-on craftivities that are educational, enjoyable and respond to teachers’ needs. There’s nothing she likes to do more than crafting, so, for her, success is sharing that love with students around the world.

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Exclusive to authors


Supporting teachers around the world is rewarding in itself, but being a Tes resources author comes with other benefits too.

  • Receive up to 80% royalty on every resource you sell
  • Open your Tes shop to showcase your resources
  • Package up your resources into bundles to sell more in each transaction


As a Tes resources author you’ll be able to track your sales with live finance data and sales statistics on your dashboard.

  • Get a detailed breakdown of your sales over the last 90 days
  • See how much money you’ve made per transaction
  • Check your royalty earnings and total sales per month

Plus get insights into how your resources are being used.

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