Seller Spotlight Sunday: Kimberly Miner

Welcome to my Seller Spotlight Sunday.
Every Sunday on my blog there is a guest post from another fabulous TpT Seller. They will be sharing one free resource from their store, one paid resource from their store and something that they have been up to that week or similar! 

So, don't forget to check back every Sunday or sign up for my email list to get notifications of new sellers!

Up this week is Kimberly Miner!





Hi, my name is Kimberly (Kimm) Miner and I teach students in the Learning
Disabilities program in Southwest Virginia.  

I’ve been teaching for 20 years and always within the special education programs. 

Never having the “exact” resource or material that I needed, I started creating
my own worksheets for my students years ago – and then stumbled on to
Teachers Pay Teachers many years later, only to find I wasn’t alone!  

I tend to be varied in what I create – often it’s based on a current need in my
room … like the Geometry Task Cards I created, found here


My students love completing task cards and we use them for almost every unit
That we review. They can work at their pace and more independently, and don’t
feel like they are completing “work”. 

But some times it’s a completely unrelated idea that I thought of and didn’t see
for sale – like the Apple HUNT with tallies. I had this idea that if younger
Students were going to have to hunt for alphabet letters, they might as well be
Working on some related math skills as well. 

Right now my students are working on author’s purpose and they love creating things. We have been working on using lapbooks and flapbooks more and more and so I’ve been working on creating something myself that they can use. 


Don't forget to check out my store here.



Be sure to check back on my blog next Sunday for the next Seller Spotlight too!

Nikki 

1 comment

  1. Nice work Kimberly! I am sure your students really appreciate the custom designed resources you've created for them. Nice store as well! Nikki, thanks for sharing!

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