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Pete’s Power Point Station – Teacher can use this site to find premade Power Points on a variety of different topics.

www.pppst.com

Two ways to find a power point.

1.    Choose by category

2.    Choose from topic list

 

First way – by CATEGORY

1.    Choose one of the following categories

 

language arts

math

science

social studies

facs
family
&
health

march 
april 
may 

abc's &
dolch/sight words 

numbers & operations

plants
animals
humans

ancient history

art
arch
music theatre 

st pats
april fools

reading 
&
writing

algebra &
geometry

weather
space
earth

american
history

PE &
  sports 

themes by the month

grammarspeech

computers &
technology

biology
chemistry

physics

world history

bullying
safety
games 

holidays 
&
religions 

 library  
authors literature

occupations
& business

nutrition & food pyramid

government 
&
50 states

 preschool themes &
fairy tales

bible study & sunday school

spanish 
french 
german

criminal
justice system
 

people

geography 
countries 
continents 
regions 

special needs kids

online games for kids

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Topics List

 


 

For this tutorial I choose “space”

 

2.    Some sections have introductions on what will be found. In space  the explanation is

a.    This section lists free presentations in PowerPoint format for asteroids, astronauts, astronomers, astronomy, black holes, comets, constellations, eclipses, electromagnetic-spectrum, infrared light, our solar system, inner planets - Mercury, Venus, Mars, Earth, the outer planets - Jupiter, Saturn, Uranus, Neptune, kuiper belt, oort cloud, the milky way, our moon, our sun, stars, galaxies, origins of the universe, the big bang theory, quasars, satellites, telescopes, space travel, and more! Take a look!

3.    Click on TAKE A LOOK

4.    A chart will appear


 

5.    Click on the link

a.    I choose “astronauts” and am given a list of Power Points

                                         i.    Astronauts in Space 

                                        ii.    The Human Space Explorer 

                                       iii.    Beyond Tang: Hidden Benefits of the Space Program  

                                       iv.    Humans in Space 

                                        v.    Neil Armstrong 

                                       vi.    Apollo 11

                                     vii.    The Mathematics of Space Rendezvous 

                                    viii.    Who wants to be an astronaut game

                                      ix.    See Also: Space Travel, Astronomy, Space Index

6.    After choosing a more specific category such as “Neil Armstrong” I am given specific Power Points

a.    Neil Armstrong

b.    Neil Armstrong - First man to walk on the moon

c.    Neil Armstrong Powerpoint - Resources - TES Connect

d.   Armstrong and Aldrin - Virtual Amazing Race - Lesson Plan on Web 

e.    Neil Armstrong 1 - Neil Armstrong

f.    Neil Armstrong by Jordan C. 

g.    See Also: Astronauts, The Moon,
Space Exploration, Flight 

7.    From here you choose your Power Point

 

Second way – CHOOSE BY TOPIC

 

3.    Click on the bottom right hand box

4.    An alphabetical list of topics will appear

5.    Click on the topic

6.    The list of possible Power Points will appear

 

There are all types of topics including Religious topics such as; Bible (books) and angels.

 

There are also Power Points for recipes and the rodeo.

 

Pete’s Power Points also includes

1.    Clip art

2.    Games ideas for teachers to play with kids or give to kids to play (short tutorial)

a.    I choose Bugs  (same as choosing through the topics) and then scrolled down to For KIDS

b.    Choose The Great Bug Off and it links to Discovery Kids for the game

(you can also find a link to Greta’s Games on the home page)

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