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Wednesday Weekly 5 under $5 - April 24, 2024


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.

4 Digit Addition Subtraction Worksheets | Mixed With and Without Regrouping - $4.25

by Believe to Achieve by Anne Rozell
2nd - 4th grades
Worksheets, Printables, Centers

Give your math students the perfect practice tool with our 4-Digit Addition Subtraction Mixed Practice Worksheets. The worksheets offer the perfect balance of math concepts, helping your students master the addition and subtraction of 4-digit numbers. This set of printable and digital worksheets focus on working with multi-digit numbers and developing 4-digit addition and subtraction mixed practice with and without regrouping in a grid format.

Hoot: Unique Novel Study - $4.99

by Reading Spotlight
5th - 7th grades

Hoot, an enjoyable novel, especially for reluctant readers, involves a bully, a truant, and endangered owls. This unique bundle includes Chapter-By-Chapter Questions, a Final Exam that helps students learn how to choose the best answer, a Crossword Puzzle of Similes from the novel, and a Vocabulary Word Search. A perfect ending to the school year—coming sooner than we realize! All resources also available individually.

by Two Little Birds
2nd - 4th grades

No cutting and no gluing are needed! Students will create a book by simply folding it! Copy the pages two-sided, and fold them into fourths! Writing topics include: if you are feeling sick, staying healthy, ways germs spread, ways to stop germs from spreading, healthy habits at home, healthy habits at school, and a healthy me.  This book is a good way to talk about healthy habits at home and at school. You can use it as a supplement to conversations to discuss healthy habits and what to do when students feel sick. This is a good way to start the conversation about staying healthy at home and at school.

Division with Remainders Color the Remainders Spring Independent Work - $2.00

by The Teacher Down the Hall
4th - 6th grades
Activities, Printables, Bulletin Board Ideas

Need a fun way to review Division w/ Remainders? Students will divide to find a quotient and remainder, then follow directions in order to color each section of the daisy in the correct color. Division problems are given on 2 different levels - simple math facts to 12 with a remainder, or long division with remainders.  Your students will be excited to complete their division problems and then create a nice spring decoration! Easy grading for the instructor!

by Victoria Leon
All grades

Create Mother’s Day cards using nine pop-up templates, thirteen pattern pieces, and six covers. Mix and match the materials to make a variety of handmade Mother’s Day cards. Kindergarten - sixth grade students will be able to use the step-by-step directions and photographs to assemble the pop-up cards. Pop-Up Card #1 is the easiest to make since it only has one pattern piece. Pop-Up Card #2 has two pattern pieces. Pop-Up Card #3 has three or more pattern pieces. Copy the pages on construction paper or card stock. Decorate the pattern pieces and covers with crayons, colored pencils, markers, or drawing chalk. Glue the pattern pieces to the pop-up templates. Your students will create an inexpensive DIY Mother’s Day card which will be treasured for a lifetime.

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

Renee Heiss

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