Rhyming Words PowerPoint & Printables

I have a new PowerPoint show available in the Members Only section, featuring Rhyming Words. Rhyming Words PowerPoint Show

Here is a video showing the show as I was doing it with Krash…

I also made a simple set of flashcards to practice using the same images from the show.  These are available for FREE here in my Alphabet printables section.Rhyming Words Printables

 

You can access this show in the Members Only section of my website.  If you are not a member already, you can learn more info here.  See what is in the Members Only section now and what is coming soon here!

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CVC Words ~ PowerPoint Show

This is a PowerPoint show that breaks down simple 3 letter CVC words. Words included: cat, dog, bus, web, bed, hat, pig, fan, rat, pen. Target audience would be beginning readers who are just learning to segment sounds in words.

Simple CVC Words

Each letter appears individually to emphasize each sound. Then the word blends and with a click the image appears to self correct the student!

Here is a simple video of me walking you through part of the show as I do it with Krash. Forgive my very unprofessional video making skills.

See more about joining the Members Only PowerPoint section here.

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See specific details about what exactly is included and what is coming soon here.

Solar System PowerPoint ~ Members Only

I am so excited about this new PowerPoint show, based on the 8 planets in our solar system!

Solar System MO Button

I created this show to go along with my free printable unit

Solar System Preschool Pack

The show goes through the 8 planets both in size order and then in order from the sun.  There is also a slide for each planet sharing some basic facts about each. At the end there are 2 slides-one for inner planets, one for outer planets.  The show ends with a Bible verse.

Here is a video of us walking you through part of the show.  This was the first time I showed the show to the boys, we will work with it much more getting Pac Man to the point of him reciting he facts himself and then using the show to check himself.

You will notice we are viewing the show up on our wall!  This is because we finally saved enough to buy a projector for our schoolroom!  We have wanted one for awhile and were just able to buy it!  My techy husband rigged it all up for me and now we also play our Wii using the projector!

If you are not a member yet, you can see what is currently available and what is coming soon here!

Ordinal Numbers 1st-5th ~ PowerPoint Show

I am finally getting around to sharing the various PowerPoint shows that are available to my PowerPoint members, in addition to the Raising Rock Stars Preschool shows and the USA Geography show.  Those are the 2 big sets, but there are also several individual shows that I have never shared much about!

This is a simple show that works on teaching and reinforcing ordinal numbers 1st-5th.  Target audience would be about ages 3-5.

Ordinal Numbers

Here is a simple video of me walking you through the show quickly.  Obviously if I were doing it with a child, I would go much slower!

Included also is a set of simple printables that can go along with teaching this concept.  You can use the printables to go up through 10th if your child has mastered 1st-5th.  I included the words first-second-third… also in case your child is really doing well with this concept.

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Do you have trouble finding with printing PDF documents you download from my site?  This post might be able to help you!

What Number Comes Next? {with video}

As I am sure anyone who frequents my blog can guess, Krash is an active child.  Active children usually love learning in an active way.  I have been doing more and more of this with Krash lately and he is loving it.

Our recent ACTIVE learning activity involved a mini blown up ball, old beach game paddles, and some energy.  First we just played “tennis” together before I even brought in any learning.  Then I added in a simple game to help him learn the process of counting on.  He can count to 30 successfully so now I am trying to teach him to start from any number and count on.  This concept is often very confusing at first but once kids get the hang of it, it’s quite simple.  Before he could get a “hit” I said a number and had him tell me the number that comes next.

You’ll see in the video he struggles a bit and sometimes goes backwards.  By the end of our playtime he was doing so much better.  We will continue to work until he gets it and this simple math skill will help so much!

Pac Man was my videographer, but when he wasn’t doing that I included him by calling out multiplication problems for him to answer before he got a hit!