Teachers Pay Teachers 2020 Cyber Monday + Tuesday Sale: Highlighted Resources for Grades 3-5
Sale Alert! Teachers Pay Teachers is hosting a sale on Monday, November 30 and Tuesday, December 1.
What are you looking for in the sale? I'm going to be sharing some resources that have been popular in my store and some resources that I've been loving in my classroom.
Popular Resources in My Store
I have been working hard to make my resources digital and printable. I know we are all in the middle of different circumstances. If you are teaching Face-To-Face, Hybrid, or Distance Learning - you can use these resources in your classroom!
1. Animal Adaptations Project Based Learning Unit
This unit is perfect for teaching your Life Science standards while incorporating research skills and writing. Your students will research an animal and how it survives in the wild. They will write a narrative about that animal using its adaptations to survive in the wild.
2. Editable Binder Tab Pages
These Binder Tab Pages have been super popular lately. They are simple and make it easy for you to print your own tabbed pages for your binder.
3. Editable Spelling Packet for any Word List
This spelling packet is perfect for you if you are using different word lists in your classroom. Students will record their words, sort them, and use the activity list to practice the spelling pattern or rule of the week. You can print it or use it on Google Classroom.
4. Digital Holes Journal
Do you have your students read the book, Holes? My students love it and every year I use this reading journal to think deeply about the book. They will answer meaningful, engaging questions as they read.
5. No Prep Writing Units
I have been teaching these writing units for years and have had so much fun creating them into resources. Each unit includes a detailed PowerPoint for teaching each mini lesson, all of the handouts you will need, conferring forms, and rubrics.
Resources I've Been Loving in My Classroom
I love using this each year as a countdown to Christmas Break. It's fun to complete the activities as a class!
I just did this activity with my class as we wrapped up Inferencing. I love that there is a new update with a Google Slides version. This was so helpful because I had students in quarantine. They were able to do the activity at home!
I haven't used this activity yet this year, but my students have enjoyed it in past years. It is editable, so you can review any topic while they create a Santa Beard.
I have linked her whole Math Mystery page because they are all AMAZING. Students love the videos she creates to build up the suspense of the mystery. She has so many Math Mysteries available that can review any skill or topic you are working on!