Every week I put together a list of 5 great products from members of The Best of Teacher Entrepreneurs Marketing Cooperative (TBOTEMC) with the requirement that each product must be less than $5. With a variety of subjects and a wide range of grades, there just might be something that you can use, so continue to read below and see!
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By Learning Harbor Resources for Teachers
Use this activity with Google Slides ™ and Google Classroom™. Students will join sets. This activity will help students to develop addition skills. The resource is a holiday Turkey theme.
By Anchors and ABCs
ELA; Grades PreK-2
Keep your students engaged all month long with these QR Code Read Aloud Listening Centers that are perfect for December! QR Codes are an excellent way to enhance your Daily 5, literacy station and reading centers. This set of QR Codes is packed full of December themed books that your students are sure to love. They are excellent for special needs students, use as a reward for students who complete work or show improvements or just as part of your daily literacy center.
By Sally Hansen - Purposeful Plans
6 writing rubrics with student self-assessments (for a 5, 7, & 9 paragraph essay) created for the progressing writer. There are 15 rubrics in all to include the extra credit variation. The 3 peer editing checklists are very detailed checklists. Excellent for mixed or leveled classes to give students individualized instruction.
Math; Grades 4-6
Crazy fun for the whole class! This category game is an enjoyable and helpful way to get students thinking in broad terms about main idea and supporting details, helping to ingrain the metacognitive structure of an important reading strategy.
By A Teacher's Teacher
ELA; Grades 7-10
This book project sheet can be used for an independent student project or a book that students are reading in a small-group or whole-class setting. Set up as a tic-tac-toe board, students are presented with 9 different options, of which they must make a tic-tac-toe by choosing three in a row diagonally, horizontally, or vertically. The options are targeted to address different learning styles and talents, including artistic, verbal, linguistic, and technological (as well as many others), and there are “assessment cards” on the next page so students know what qualities and aspects will be graded for each individual assignment.
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