Seller Spotlight Sunday: Penelope's Portfolio

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 Jennifer Jones from Penelope's Portfolio! 

Hi there!  I'm Jennifer from Penelope's Portfolio.  I have taught elementary school, and worked within the psychology and social work fields.  I am blessed with 3 cute kiddos that occupy much of my time!  When they are in school/preschool, I get to make educational resources focusing on character education and social skills.  I believe creating a solid foundation in respect, responsibility, kindness, and other virtues, is the key to a happy and successful life.

My best selling resource is My Respect Packet.  Teaching children to be respectful, and understanding the effects of disrespect is extremely important in school and in life. Therefore,  I created a packet filled with activities, printables, posters, awards, vouchers, and reading suggestions.  It comes in color and black and white, and may be found here.  I wrote a blog post on respect which may be found here.

I had a lot of fun making that packet!  Another resource I enjoyed making was by My Behavior Charts Freebie.  These charts are great for keeping kids on track with responsibilities, chores, behavior, and more!  They come in color and black and white, are free and can be downloaded here.

My resources are intended to be used by general education and special education teachers, school counselors, social workers, speech therapists, homeschooling parents, and other specialists.

I want to give a big THANK YOU to Nikki for letting me participate in Seller Spotlight Sundays.  I am a big fan of Nikki's and happy to have stopped by!!!

1 comment

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