Wednesday, July 12, 2017

Wednesday Weekly 5 Best Under $5 - 7/12/17

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 join the Wednesday Weekly 5 Under $5 team, click here to get more information about joining TBOTEMC.  Feel free to e-mail me with any questions, as I'd be happy to help in any way possible.

By A Teacher's Teacher 
ELA/Reading; Grades 7-12

This Shakespeare Log assignment is perfect for any play by the Bard that you happen to assign. Even better, it works for both in-class and out-of-class reading assignments, so it can be used to fit any of your needs. The only real requirement is that it should be used with one of Shakespeare’s wonderful tragedies, comedies, or histories. (Of course, if you edit it for another purpose, that is fine, too!). The Log assignment works like a reading journal, requiring students to write after each scene read. Rather than requiring students to do the same prompts after each reading, or having students all respond to the same one or two prompts that you have to come up with (what a pain!), the Log assignment sheet provides students with seven diverse prompts. Two of these seven prompts can be seen on the preview image, but all the prompts are designed with diversity, learning styles, and flexibility in mind. These are prompts that are used in my own Shakespeare high school elective, and they are proven winners. 

By Fourth Grade Frenzy
Religion; Grades 3-5

A Catholic Virtues Resource for your CCD or Religion Class! This Catholic Virtues resource includes a colorful matching activity that could be used in a learning station or for a small group activity. The second activity is a cut and glue matching activity which could be used as an individual or partner activity. This resource includes: A Catholic Virtues sorting activity, Answer Key, A Catholic Virtues cut and glue activity, and Answer Key.

Mentor Sentences for Fall - Comma Focused - $4.75
By It's A Teacher Thing
ELA; Grades 4-7

Fall-Themed Mentor Sentences are focused on teaching comma rules and descriptive writing in an engaging way. Mentor sentence daily lessons are included as well as recommendations for maximizing your class time. The sentences often build on previous lessons. Included you'll find Mentor sentences for each comma rule (often including previous lessons), How to integrate mentor sentence into your daily lesson plans, A quiz for each lesson, Inspiring photos to help with adding vivid detail to student sentences, Comprehensive comma rules with an interactive element, Interactive Notebook pages for comma rules and practice, Comma Sort game adaptable to the Interactive Notebook, and Keys for all pages.

Illustrated Vocabulary Desk Card Set - $4.00
By 2livNlearn
Subject; Grades

These Vocabulary Desk Cards can be used in lots of different ways! For example, they can be used as a personal dictionary. 2livNlearn likes to pair them with this My Word Book from the same TPT store, making them the very first section of each spiral bound book. As well, you can use these cards to teach basic vocabulary to Newcomers. Or you can use them as a part of a writing center, posting each with the topics you are studying. Enjoy! 

Banner Themed Welcome, Letters, and Notecards - $2.00
By The Balanced Classroom
Back to School; Not Grade Specific

This product contains 21 pages of blue and green banner themed printables to display in the classroom, and it includes A Welcome Banner to Display on your door, bulletin boards, or walls; ABC Banner Letters-Perfect for Word Walls; Welcome Back to School Note Cards-could possibly use for pencil toppers; and Matching Blank Note-cards for you to fill in and use as you choose to.

As always, I encourage comments below and any ideas or suggestions by tweeting me @ATeachersTeach or contacting me via e-mail.

A Teacher's Teacher

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