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 by simply leaving a comment on this blog post.
by Primarily Learning
K - 1st grades
Activities, Printables, Literacy Center Ideas
3 Letter Blends hands-on manipulatives for kindergarten, first grade & ESL make learning fun! The explicit phonics instruction & supporting charts benefit struggling readers...and support Jolly Phonics. Included: colorful pictures, peg-it cards, charts, a cut & paste sorting activity & words to sort!
by Mickey's Place
K - 5th grades
Fun Stuff, Classroom Forms
Every Child Deserves an End of the Year Award Editable Version is a set of 34 awards for teachers to use to celebrate their students learning. All awards come in color and black and white. Some Sample awards: Amazing Artist, Astonishing Math Wizard Award,
Athletic Achievement Award, Beautiful Manners Award, Completing ___ Grade Award,
Cool Helper Award, Dazzling Smile Award, and Magnificent Storyteller Award
by Kamp Kindergarten
K- 2nd grades
Printables, Literacy Center Ideas, Independent Work Packet
These summer themed ink saving no-prep printable beach picture writing prompts are great for literacy centers, ELA journals, or independent work. There are 20 different picture prompts in this packet. There is a line art picture, word bank, and a writing lines section on each page. Three versions of writing lines are included for each picture prompt to meet the needs of multiple grade levels and to offer differentiation opportunities within in a single grade or a special education classroom.
by Reading Spotlight
In today’s educational and cultural climate, summer reading often provides the only situation when kids get to choose their own reading materials. Let’s all do everything we can to encourage independent reading in June, July, and August. Doing my part—it’s FREE!
As always, I encourage comments and any ideas or suggestions by emailing me at firstname.lastname@example.org
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