Class Projects ETC
Class Projects ETC
10 projects found
Adjectives at Work
Short video about "adjectives". Uses auditory imagery to describe a pickle while adjectives scroll over the screen, again and again.
PowerPoint presentation on letter sounds and names. Uses animal names for beginning sounds. Has clipart and picture images of the examples. Includes the ABC song link to YouTube.
This is a presentation that could be used to introduce the skill of author's purpose. It could also be used as a review for individual students at independent student stations. Briefly goes over the three purposes and provides a few examples.
Creating Compound Words
Students drag pictures provided to create compound words and then type in an empty box what that word is.
Five Speckled Frogs
This is a reading of the story Five Speckled Frogs. The intention is for the students to read along and then sequence the story at the end using a flow map. The questions and activity can be done as a whole class, with pairs, on the SMARTBoard or in their own notebooks.
Genre Reading Log
A chart to help students keep track of the number of books they have read by genre. Meant for use during the year. Chart to tally and then graph auto-populates.
Parts of a Book
This is a PowerPoint presentation based on the 1st grade curriculum map from Polk County. It is based on the LEQ "What are the parts of a book?" The presentation has a table of contents for the various parts to go through non-linearly. It also has a quiz to review the content.
Reading Fluency Log
Simple Spreadsheet to record and chart daily reading fluency scores based on fluency probes. Two different graph types auto-populate from the data entered into chart.
Short /a/ Words
Power Point slide show which provides practice with short /a/ rhymes or word families for students in kindergarten and review for first graders. Read examples of the given short /a/ word families, then make your own words!
Parts of a Friendly Letter
This is a video with audio created in Microsoft movie maker. It describes the five parts of a friendly letter and correlates each part with movements.