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Christian H. Kim MS Grade 1 Review/Combined Lessons
« on: March 08, 2012, 12:10:02 pm »
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Re: Christian H. Kim MS Grade 1 Review/Combined Lessons
« Reply #1 on: April 25, 2012, 08:08:36 am »
Hello all,

Here is a Kaboom powerpoint that I used to review chapters 1-3. Some parts of it are from recycled lessons I found here but others I added myself.

Basically one student per team will come up to the board and answer the prompted question. Whoever answers correctly first will earn a point for their team. To make the game more exciting I put numbers in a hat from 1-5 and had the winning team pick one without looking. Whatever they selected was the amount of points they received.

I hope you find it helpful.



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Re: Christian H. Kim MS Grade 1 Review/Combined Lessons
« Reply #2 on: August 17, 2012, 09:15:19 am »
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These files were harvested from last year's conversation line.

If using these make sure you try them all out first so that you find any errors or omissions that may be in them.  I haven't reviewed every single one yet, and there is always the possibility that one of the questions is something like "Where did David-Teacher go on vacation?" So keep your eyes out for things like that, but here are some of the projects (without instructions or experience listed, so think before you present!) that others have created for this lesson for this book in the past ~ and remember, these are all creative projects that can be bent and shaped more to your classes and to your liking, so dive in and craft, or enjoy that others already have, or a little of both.

But enjoy none-the-less.

Cheers,
Jimmer