I teach at a very large elementay school. I am the youngest person in my grade level of 6 teachers (everyone else is nearing retirement). I love to make games and fun activities for my students. I spend most sunday afternoons making new things for my student to do. I don't mind spending the extra time because I know that it will make my week easier and my kids will have fun learning. I also buy lots of resource books with fun worksheets. My test scores are some of the top in my grade level and I've only been teaching for a year and a half. The problem comes with the other teachers. They are always complaining that I am not sharing my ideas with them or not making them copies of my fun worksheets. Its really starting to get to me. I do share my game ideas with them but I won't make them class sets of games that is their job. I don't always share my worksheets either but I don't do it to be mean I just see something and make a copy, plus I've spent close to $100 on books this year alone and they don't help buy the books. Its so frustrating because every time I do something I feel like I either have to hide it or get chewed out by someone. I tell them my ideas but they have to do the work. How do I deal with this situation??? Last year I didn't have a problem but I also wasn't doing as many fun activities.