Item Number: PRI-ME
CELEBRATE SIMILARITIES AND DIFFERENCES: Students use a digital fill-in-the-blanks template to make a presentation to show what makes them special. Activities are perfect for Grades 1 - 3 or ages 4 - 8.
TEACHER CREATED MATERIALS: Innovative and imaginative educational materials include a PDF teacher guide and student workbook, assessment tools, templates, sample files, reproducible worksheets, parent letters, certificates, and program flashcards.
BOOST TECHNOLOGY SKILLS: Integrate language arts with technology. Primary students create a slide show highlighting fun facts, likes, and personal goals complete with pictures and transitions.
Technology Integration: Language Arts, Social Studies
Technology Skill: Presentation
Version: Google, MS Office 2019 | 2016 | 2013 | Online
Program: PowerPoint, Slides
Assignment 1: Create a Title Slide
Produce a slideshow using a template. Format font, size, style, and color of text.
Assignment 2: What Makes you Special?
Construct an informative slide that includes details such as name, age, home town, and a talent.
Assignment 3: What are your Goals?
Set a goal. Illustrate a future career choice using a picture.
Assignment 4: What do you Like?
Express personal interests. Decorate a flower template with images of likes. Crop a photo.
Assignment 5: Finish the Slide Show
Apply transitions to divide the action between slides. Complete additional slides if time permits.
Assignment 6: We are the Same! We are Different!
Present the All About Me slideshow. Pose questions to learn about similarities and differences.
Assignment 7: Make an Animated Class Album (optional)
Build a sense of community. Assemble an album to display at an Open House or in the classroom.
All About Me Optional Activities:
- Set Goals: Use a text box and an image to describe a goal.
- Share Fun Facts: Complete the slide to provide more personal details.
- Build a Family Tree: Add family members to a tree.
- Make a Puzzle from a Photo: Lay a puzzle template over a photograph.
- Compare Similarities and Differences: Partner up! Use a Venn diagram to compare preferences.
Use TechnoMe with unlimited users at your site. A site is a physical location such as classroom, school, learning center, daycare, library, or home. If you teach at multiple sites, you will need to purchase one project for each location. Individual projects are downloadable. Order 5 or more projects or a set and receive a USB drive. Transfer the files to all devices at your site. View the PDF teacher guides and workbooks digitally or print as many as you need. Files CANNOT be posted in public domain.