Seller Spotlight Sunday: Sarah B Elementary

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 Sarah Balagtas from Sarah B Elementary!




Hello! My name is Sarah, and I’ve been a resource teacher for ten years! Ten years seemed like a huge deal to me! I told as many people as possible that I was in my tenth year. No one seemed as impressed as I was. ;) Nonetheless, I’m excited for the chance to share some of my resources with you here on Nikki’s blog! 

The first one is an alphabet craft book freebie! Students would color, cut, and paste keyword pictures on top of the letter of the week to create an alphabet book to refer to all year. 

(a, b, and c included)





Not revolutionary, but I created this resource because I wanted to make crafts for the all important lowercase letters, and wanted the keyword pictures to look like their target letters.





(all 26 letters included)



As I enter my eleventh year teaching (!!!), I’m getting ready to receive my new students, at a new school! I’ll be doing a lot of decorating, organizing, planning, and preparing in the coming week. This year, I’ll be using my new(ish) IEP checklists to keep myself on track. J


This resource comes as an editable powerpoint file so you can edit to suit your needs! It's sure to keep you organized throughout the School year. Just click the image to be re-directed to find out more about this resource and how it can help you in your classroom!

Included:
  • Editable checklist for initial IEPs and Initial Assessments
  • Editable checklist for Annuals
  • Editable checklist for Re-evals
  • Editable checklist for Progress Reports
  • Editable checklist for Medicaid Reports


I’d love to hear from you by email, on facebook, or even through TpT.
Wishing you a fantastic start to the new school year!
Sarah Balagtas

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