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Are You Ready For First Grade Game Shows (4)

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Hey Teachers!!!

Your kids are going to LOVE this one!!!! This is a great way to end kindergarten or start first grade!!! These fun games will help your students know that they are ready for first grade! They are challenging and engaging! There are 4 different game formats to choose from! One is a format where the slides appear on the screen for 10 seconds, the students should only call out the answers prompted by the screen, and not worry about writing them down. The second game has slides that appear for 30 seconds before transitioning on. This is the quickest (writing required) level. I suggest playing the Manual and 40 second games first, to give students some practice looking, thinking, then recording their answers on the sheet I have provided. If you are familiar with PowerPoint, feel free to adjust the transition times to one that works best for your students.

PDF, EBook

125 Pages

Grade Level: K, 1, Homeschool

$15.00

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Hey Teachers!!!

Your kids are going to LOVE this one!!!! This is a great way to end kindergarten or start first grade!!! These fun games will help your students know that they are ready for first grade! They are challenging and engaging! There are 4 different game formats to choose from! One is a format where the slides appear on the screen for 10 seconds, the students should only call out the answers prompted by the screen, and not worry about writing them down. The second game has slides that appear for 30 seconds before transitioning on. This is the quickest (writing required) level. I suggest playing the Manual and 40 second games first, to give students some practice looking, thinking, then recording their answers on the sheet I have provided. If you are familiar with PowerPoint, feel free to adjust the transition times to one that works best for your students.

“Back” and “Next” buttons are included on each slide incase students need more or less time. A “Start Over” button is also available on each slide to start over from any point.

There are 4 different games with 26 literacy and math questions per game. (104 total)

Just print a recording sheet (works for all games) and enter Presentation Mode from the first slide! Also, I would read the title of each slide so the student know what’s expected of them!

 

Have fun learning! – Naomi

 

Skills Covered:

Look at a picture and spell the word

Solving addition and subtraction problems

Counting objects up to 20

Read a word and draw it (includes blends)

Syllables

Shapes 2D and 3D

Identifying coins

Beginning Sounds

Middle Sounds

Ending Sounds

Days of the Week

Months of the Year

Comparing Numbers

Ordering Numbers

Rhyming

Counting On

Decomposing Numbers

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