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1st and 2nd Grade Powerpoint

1st and 2nd Grade

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English Language Arts
Title  Description Grade Level/Indicators Creator
Environmental Print A collection of environmental print for use in instruction   Crissie Stephens
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English Language Arts: Phonics
ABC Order Place in correct ABC order. Then, answer revealed   Crissie Stephens
Beginning Consonant Sounds Practice finding the word that has the same beginning sound as the item shown in the picture  

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Beginning Consonant Blends Practice finding the word that has the beginning blend as the e item shown by the picture   Crissie Stephens
Bossy R Describes "bossy r", then gives students practice choosing the r-controlled word in sentences. Self Corrects   Ashley Tedder
Capitalization Practice determining which word needs to be capitalized in each sentence.  All three types of capitalization are included.   Crissie Stephens
Compound Word Challenge Students are given a word and challenged to create a compound word using the given word.  As the students share, discuss the meaning of the newly formed compound words.   Crissie Stephens
Compound Words Students are shown pictures of items and determine the compound word formed when the two words are combined. Very Visual   Crissie Stephens
Compound Words Students are shown pictures of items and determine the compound word formed when the two words are combined. Very Visual   Crissie Stephens
Contractions The students practice forming contractions when given two full words.   Crissie Stephens
Contractions The students are taught, through examples, how contractions are formed. Then, the students practice picking contractions out of sentences. Ends with an online game. [This PowerPoint only covers contractions designated to 1st grade in the Williston School District Phonics Handbook.]   Crissie Stephens
Digraphs:ph- Gives examples and shows pictures of several words with the ph- digraph.
 

[specific digraph designated to 2nd grade in the Williston School District Phonics Handbook]

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Diphthongs: oi and oy Students are shown several examples of each diphthong to promote classroom discussion and extend student understanding. Have students create a t-chart and add words to the chart in the correct column.   Kristen Widener
Diphthongs: oo and ow Students are shown several examples of each diphthong to promote classroom discussion and extend student understanding. Have students create a t-chart and add words to the chart in the correct column.   Kristen Widener
Hard and Soft G Students are shown several examples of hard and soft G to promote classroom discussion and extend student understanding. Have students create a t-chart and add words to the chart in the correct column.   Kristen Widener
Hard and Soft C Students are shown several examples of hard and soft C to promote classroom discussion and extend student understanding. Have students create a t-chart and add words to the chart in the correct column.   Kristen Widener
Rhyme Time: Which Word Rhymes? This version of the rhyming PowerPoint uses one-syllable words. Students read the words in the list and determine which two of the words rhyme. Later, students are given a word and have to find the rhyming word.   Crissie Stephens
Rhyme Time: Which Word Rhymes? This version of the rhyming PowerPoint uses multi-syllabic words. Students read the words in the list and determine which two of the words rhyme. Later, students are given a word and have to find the rhyming word.   Crissie Stephens
Vowel Sounds: Long Vowels Offers student practice by showing a list of 3 words then has the students determine the word with the correct long vowel sound. Shows correct answer.    
English Language Arts: Writing
Step Up to Writing: narrative or Expository? Explains and gives examples of both narrative and expository text. KE Writing program, all grades Crissie Stephens
Step Up to Writing: Learning the Colors Explains and gives details for the colors used in the expository Step Up to Writing pieces. KE Writing program, all grades Crissie Stephens
Photographs for Using Writing I A variety of action-packed photographs to use in lessons to promote great, detailed sentence writing and the use of vivid words KE Writing program, all grades Crissie Stephens
Photographs for Use in Writing II A variety of action-packed photographs to use in lessons to promote great, detailed sentence writing and the use of vivid words KE Writing program, all grades Crissie Stephens
Math
Title Description Grade Level/Indicators Creator
Addition and Subtraction with Regrouping Offers problems to use in class when exploring addition and subtraction with regrouping, using base ten blocks.   Kristen Widener
Line of Symmetry Displays each letter of the alphabet, one letter at a time. After the class determines if that letter has a line of symmetry, display the answer with a click.   Kristen Widener
Polygon or Not? Shapes are revealed and the students determine if they are polygons or not. The answer is revealed with a click.   Crissie Stephens
Shape Up! Reviews 2nd Geometry indicators: symmetry, 3-D shapes, and combining shapes.   Kathy Dewberry
Speed Addition Displays several basic addition facts, one slide at a time, for quick recall practice with basic addition facts.   Kristen Widener
Solid Figures This PowerPoint shows real life examples of different solid figures. The students determine the solid figure shown in the picture, and then the answer is revealed. Can easily be revised to add or take away certain shapes.   Crissie Stephens
Science
Title Description Grade Level/Indicators Creator      
Pollution Shows different examples of air, water, and land pollution. [used in SS, too--is written into a lesson in the 1st grade's Bringing SS to Life! lessons]   Crissie Stephens
Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle Shows examples of and explains the concept of reduce, reuse, and recycle. [used in SS, too--is written into a lesson in the 1st grade's Bringing SS to Life! lessons]   Crissie Stephens
       
Social Studies
Title Description Grade Level/Indicators Creator      
Goods and Services
Shows and explains examples of each, then gives the students practice identifying something as a good or service. [is written into a lesson in the 1st grade's Bringing SS to Life! lessons]
1-6.1 Explain the concept of scarcity and the way it forces individuals and families to make choices about which goods and services to obtain. (E)
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Government
This outlines the local, state, and national government. Discusses people in charge of each level and tells about our specific leaders, Mr. Rivers, Governor Sanford, and President Obama. [is written into a lesson in the 1st grade's Bringing SS to Life! lessons]
1-4.2 Identify the different levels of government—local, state, and national. (P)
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Time Line Example
Shows an example time line on one slide and offers a blank time line on the next slide that can be printed for student use. [is written into a lesson in the 1st grade's Bringing SS to Life! lessons]
1-1.3 Illustrate personal and family history on a time line. (H)
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Transportation
Shows examples of cars, buses, bicycles, taxies, boats, and airplanes. Then, the students are given practice identifying forms of transportation among car, bus, taxi, and bicycle. [is written into a lesson in the 1st grade's Bringing SS to Life! lessons]
1-1.5 Illustrate different elements of community life, including the structure of schools; typical jobs; the interdependence of family, school, and the community; and the common methods of transportation and communication. (H, E, G)
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Transportation through History
Shows different forms of transportation, and, through pictures, students see how they have changed. [is written into a lesson in the 1st grade's Bringing SS to Life! lessons]
1-1.5 Illustrate different elements of community life, including the structure of schools; typical jobs; the interdependence of family, school, and the community; and the common methods of transportation and communication. (H, E, G)
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Symbols of the United States of America
Shows photographs of symbols of the U.S.A.: American flag, Statue of Liberty, and Liberty Bell. It also discusses each symbol and its importance. [is written into a lesson in the 1st grade's Bringing SS to Life! lessons]
1-4.1 Recognize the basic values of American democracy, including respect for the rights and opinions of others, fair treatment for everyone, and respect for the rules by which we live. (P)
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Teacher Resources
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