Creating Books Using PowerPoint Photo Album to teach nd 2 Nine Week Kindergarten TEKS 2nd Nine Weeks Science-Natural Resources and Basic Needs SCIENCE • 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 • Title: Basic knows that living Needs organisms have • Idea: Take basic needs. The pictures of basic student is needs of living expected to: things. • A Identify basic • Example: needs of living Pictures of air, organisms. water, food, shelter SCIENCE • C Identify ways that the Earth can provide resources for life. • Title: Earth’s 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. SCIENCE • 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. 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. SOCIAL STUDIES • K.11B identify differences among people • Title: We Are Different • Idea: Take pictures of differences • Example: Each picture has 2 children with differences—Brown 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. 2nd Nine Weeks Math-Numbers (5-7 weeks) & Measurement (2-3 weeks) MATH • K.1A use one-toone 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.” MATH • 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 • Title: Whole and whole by Half separating it into • Idea: Take equal parts 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.