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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Earth Day Games and Activities - April 22 - $3.75
by All-American Teacher Tools
4th - 8th grades
Spring your students into Earth Day with these fun, yet educational, games, activities, and writing assignments. Keep them busily learning from one day to all week long! Using the vocabulary list shown in the preview, your students will: 1. Play bingo games (30 different game boards), including an EASEL bingo with moveable earth markers! 2. Play a vocabulary relay game. 3. Participate in an Earth Day spelling bee. 4. Play Earth Day password. 5. Draw an Earth Day picture. 6. Write an Earth Day story.
4th - 6th grades
This six-page math handout targets identifying fractional parts in lowest terms and working with equivalent fractions. In each message set, specific words are given. The students are instructed to figure out the correct fractional part of each particular word. If each fractional part is correctly identified, when the letters are written on the lines provided, a new word is created. Each set of new words becomes a message about the month of April.
11th - 12th grades
by The Teacher Down the Hall
4th - 5th grades
Worksheets, Activities, Centers
Need a fun way for your students to get more practice finding area and perimeter and finding the lengths of missing sides? This is a set of 6 self-checking worksheets each with a fun riddle that is answered by calculating area or perimeter correctly!
by Sunshine and Laughter by Deno
K - 1st grades
Worksheets, Posters, Centers
Will it sink or will it float? This engaging Science resource will help your students test and understand why certain objects sink or float. Your students will have fun conducting an experiment with hands-on items to test their own predictions. You will also get a sink or float matching game to add to your Science centers/stations to reinforce this concept.
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