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Creating Books Using PowerPoint Photo Album to teach 2 nd Nine Week Kindergarten TEKS
2nd Nine Weeks Science-- Natural Resources and Basic Needs
K.6 The student knows that systems have parts and are composed of organisms and objects. The student is expected to: A Sort organisms and objects into groups according to their parts and describe how the groups are formed. Title: My Group of_______________ Idea: Take pictures of objects with common parts and then name the book appropriately. Example: My Group of 4 Leg Things (desk, table, chair, overhead cart) SCIENCE
K.8 The student knows the difference between living organisms and nonliving objects. The student is expected to: A Identify a particular organism or object as living or nonliving. B Group organisms and objects as living or nonliving. Title: Living and NonLiving Idea: Take pictures of living and nonliving things. Label each page as living or nonliving appropriately. Example: Tree Living Thing / Desk Non Living Thing SCIENCE
K.9 The student knows that living organisms have basic needs. The student is expected to: A Identify basic needs of living organisms. Title: Basic Needs Idea: Take pictures of basic needs of living things. Example: Pictures of air, water, food, shelter SCIENCE
C Identify ways that the Earth can provide resources for life. Title: Earths Resources For Us Idea: Take pictures of how the earth provides for our basic needs. Example: Picture of air, rain, wood for building shelter, plants for food, etc.
K.10 The student knows that the natural world includes rocks, soil, and water. The student is expected to: A Observe and describe properties of rocks, soil, and water. Title: Rocks, Soil, and Water Idea: Take pictures of examples of rocks, soil, and water around the school. SCIENCE
B Give examples of ways that rocks, soil, and water are useful. Title: How We Use Rocks, Soil, and Water Idea: Take pictures of examples of rocks, soil, and water being used in real objects and events. SCIENCE
2nd Nine Weeks Social Studies-- Patterns: Cultures, Customs and Traditions
SOCIAL STUDIES K.11A identify personal attributes common to all people such as physical characteristics Title: We All Have Eyes Idea: Take pictures of peoples eyes. Example: Blue Eyes, Brown Eyes, We all have eyes.
K.11B identify differences among people Title: We Are Different Idea: Take pictures of differences Example: Each picture has 2 children with differencesBrown hair, blonde hair. Short, tall. Glasses, no glasses. SOCIAL STUDIES
K.3A place events in chronological order Title: Our Day Idea: take pictures of events and then organize then in chronological order. Example: Lunch count, math, time, recess, etc. SOCIAL STUDIES
MATH K.1A use one-to- one correspondence and language such as more than, same number as or two less than to describe relative sizes of sets of concrete objects Title: How Many? Idea: Take pictures of two sets of objects side by side. Label the pictures using descriptions which include more than, same as, or less than. Example: picture of 2 balls and 3 pencils There are more pencils than balls.
K.1B use sets of concrete objects to represent quantities given in verbal or written form (through 9) Title: 1 Through 9 Idea: take pictures of 1 of something, then 2 of something through nine to create a counting book of concrete representations for the number MATH
K.2A use language such as before or after to describe relative position in a sequence of events or objects Title: Where Are You? Idea: Line children up and take pictures of the lines. The text of the book would be Christine is in the middle Jennifer is first. etc. MATH
K.2B name the ordinal positions in a sequence such as first, second, third, etc. Title: Our Order Idea: take pictures of students or objects in a line. Label the picture using ordinal position words Sue is second in line. MATH
K.3A share a whole by separating it into equal parts Title: Whole and Half Idea: Take pictures of a whole item, then the item divided in half. Example: a piece of paper, a crayon, etc. MATH
K.10A compare and order two or three concrete objects according to length (shorter/longer), capacity (holds more/less), or weight (lighter/heavier) Title: Length (or Capacity or Weight) Idea: take pictures of items that have been placed in order according to length. Label each picture how it was ordered (short, shorter, shortest) MATH
K.11C sequence events Title: Our Day Idea: take pictures of events and then organize them in chronological order. Example: Lunch count, math, time, recess, etc. MATH