## Wednesday, April 4, 2018

### Wednesday Weekly 5 Under \$5 - 4/4/18

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!

In addition, if you're a seller on Teachers Pay Teachers (TpT) that would like to get more information about joining TBOTEMC, click here.  Free free to e-mail me with any questions, as I'd be happy to help in any way possible.

By Mickey's Place

Number Sense: Spring Bundles are complete learning games and centers to enhance the concept of numbers: one thru twelve. Number Sense monthly centers involves matching the cards to their appropriate number. The cards include: Dice,Ten frames, Dots, Number word, Objects to count, and Tally marks. Assessments are also included in each set.

By Sally Hansen - Purposeful Plans
ELA / Social Studies; Grades 2-12

This is a NO PREP activity! Students gain and apply skills by working to create a travel brochure. There are Editable Trifold Brochures, Rubrics, & Checklists available to customize. There is a checklist (self eval & peer edit), template, and rubric for the 5 regions and travel/template brochures. The graphic organizers, postcards, speech outline, or website homepage drawing can be added to enhance or for differentiated instruction.

By Snyder Classroom

Looking for an activity that combines Perimeter, Area and Fractions? This activity is full of computation practice. The students combine the skills of finding the perimeter of parallelograms, rectangles, squares and triangles as well as the skill of adding fractions and mixed numbers. The students combine the skills of finding the area of parallelograms, rectangles, and squares as well as the skill of multiplying fractions and mixed numbers.

Learning Harbor Resources for Teachers
Numbers; Kindergarten

Here is a number sense activity to use with Google Classroom™ or Google Drive™. In this farm themed game, students count the dots on “dice” that look like haystacks. This interactive, self-correcting game is an engaging way for your students to develop number sense and subitizing skills.

By Susan Berkowitz

Give AAC users some fun practice with finding and using core words in their systems with this modified version of Simon Says. Simon uses core words to direct others' actions. Then switch the tables by changing Simon.

Other WW5U5 Team Members on TpT to Visit:
Doodles and Kreations
Believe to Achieve by Anne Rozell

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