Top Wishlisted Items


Now that Thanksgiving break is over, it's time to get back to reality! 

Teaching is SO rewarding and I absolutely love my career, but it is definitely a time-consuming profession. I am so grateful for Teacher Pay Teachers and all of the amazing teachers who spend countless hours creating resources that help me be the best teacher that I can be. 

Since the sale is going on, I would like to share the top three wishlisted items in my store. Coincidentally, they also happen to be the top three best-selling resources! 


This Simple, Compound, and Complex Sentence Sort is actually my best-selling product. It is a fun and easy way for students to practice identifying and sorting the different types of sentences. Let's face it, if you let kids cut and glue instead of giving them a simple worksheet, they are immediately engaged! 



Like the customer that commented on this product, I created this Electricity and Magnetism Unit when I realized that the materials that I had available just did not fit the curriculum. Science is always one of my students's favorite subjects, so I wanted this unit to keep them engaged. 

The unit includes four different PowerPoint presentations that include pictures, video links, and interactive websites. The students love it because it keeps their attention! While you teach with the PowerPoint lessons, they follow along with guided notes or their interactive notes and then apply their knowledge with different labs and task cards. 

Interactive Notebook Activities

SCOOT Game and Task Cards

Assessments and Labs





A few years ago when I first started teaching adding and subtracting fractions with unlike denominators to my fifth graders, I quickly realized that they needed some concrete step-by-step directions. They also needed a way to organize their work. I racked my brain for a little while before coming up with this graphic organizer. My students loved it!

When we moved to multiplying and dividing fractions, they never again confused the steps. They simply responded with, “adding and subtracting – we use 4-square!”
Teachers love it as well! All of the teachers on my grade level are successfully using this method with their students.



As you teach this lesson, I suggest starting with the lesson and this practice page. After that – have the students create their own “4-squares” to show their work. I love seeing students use “4-square” on their classwork, homework, and tests.  


I hope that you find some amazing resources during this sale! Thank you for all that YOU do, especially all of those little things that make a big difference!

Check out other great wishlisted items and sales at Daisy Designs!

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