Tuesday, February 2, 2021

Wednesday Weekly 5 under $5 - 2/3/2021


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) who would like to get more information about joining TBOTEMC, contact me via email at ReneeHeiss@gmail.com or simply by leaving a comment on this blog post.

By Scipi

4th - 6th grades

Activities, fun stuff

Valentine Fractions is not a “drill and kill” fraction activity, but instead is a math resource that is a fun and engaging way for students to be involved and focused while identifying and reducing fractions to lowest terms. Specific words are given for each riddle. If each fractional part is correctly identified, when the students write the fractional parts on the lines provided, a new word is created. Each group of new words becomes a Valentine message.

Beginning Sounds Valentines Day Activity with Print and Digital Task Cards - $4.00

By Tammy's Toolbox

K - 3rd grades

Interactive whiteboard, Internet activities

Beginning Letter Sounds Task Cards are a fun digital Valentine's Day activity that help students practice matching beginning consonant and consonant digraph sounds to the printed letter. They are great for literacy centers and provide multi-sensory practice, fun graphics, sound, and a game like format to strengthen phonemic awareness.

Number Sense: February - $2.00

by Mickey's Place

PreK - 1st grade

Digital activities

Number Sense: February is a complete learning game to enhance the concept of numbers: one thru twelve using a Valentine’s Day theme. Number Sense involves matching the cards to their appropriate number. The cards include matching: Dice, Ten frames, Dots, Number words, Objects to count, and Tally marks. Assessments included.


Understanding the Meaning of Metaphors Exercise for Distance Learning - $3.98

By Charlene Tess

9th - 12th grades


Determining the meaning of metaphors is fun for students once they examine the meaning of the words, phrases, and sentences and can make or draw an analogy between the two things being compared. They will learn to recognize metaphors in commercials, movies, songs, games, literature, etc., and will write metaphors of their own.

Lunar New Year Zodiac - $4.50

By Urbino12

Pre-K - 8th grades

Cultural activities, fun stuff

February 12th 2021 is the year of the ox! Students will create their own 25 page booklet while learning the animals and their character traits used in Lunar New Year. Perfect for ENL, Special Ed. and/or mainstream classes!

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As always, I encourage comments below and any ideas or suggestions by emailing me at reneeheiss@gmail.com

Renee Heiss

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