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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.