I spent WAY more than I probably should have, but with a little lamination, these products will be usable for years to come and can be resold one day. There will always be educators on a budget looking to buy used.
Here are some of the things I found:
These are math related money games, window clings, dice for adding/multiplying, etc.
Here we have reproducible workbooks in a variety of subjects. Each is 32 pages. I may use them inside page protectors with dry erase markers in some of my work boxes.
File folder game Heaven! I was getting ready to make a bunch of these.
I love the fact that they are full-color and on card stock.
These are flip charts, an Are You Smarter Than a Fifth Grader? card game,
and 4 packs of little trivia games similar to Brain Quest decks.
Next you see grids in many subjects (where there are blanks under questions, a child inserts paper and writes in answers, then flips it over to check their work against answers on back), and lots of colorful reference charts ready to be put in a binder or on a mini-office.
These are packs of Writing Prompt picture cards with questions on back to encourage the child to investigate, think about, and write about the photo.
Last of all, I found these nifty little matching cards. I think I will glue them into file folders and laminate. Then attach different colors of yarn to the word on one side so the child can pull it across to match the correct word on the other side. The one with the glare is American History.