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PowerPic Reference SheetsforReading: Foundational Skills (R.F.),Language (L.) andWriting (W)Common Core Standards
Based on the following PowerPics by Chris Biffle and Jay VanderfinKindergarten PowerPicsFirst Grade Language Arts PowerPicsSecond Grade Language Arts PowerPicsThird Grade Language Arts PowerPics
 
 
Word
Common Core Standards
 RF.K.1.Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print. A. Follow words from left to right, top to bottom, and page by pageB. Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters. 
Question:
What is a word?
Answer:
A word is a group of letters that make sense.
Gesture:
 
Hold the fingers of one hand wide apart (these are “letters”).
Then snap your fingers together indicating the letters have been joined together to make a word.
Teaching Suggestion:
While your students are involved in individual or group activities, write two and three letter words on the board; mixthem up with nonse
nse words like “rr”, “xvy” etc. Ask your students to say “That is a word!” and make the word gesture whenever you point
at a word.
Play
Yes/No Way! 
with questions like the following:1. Is this a word? (Point at various words, and nonsense words, on the board.)2.
Is “spooink” a word? (Substitute various words and nonsense words.)
 3. Is this the word gesture?4. Words are made of letters.5. Letters are made of words.
Quick Test:
Say, “We‟re going
to play Cutie. When I say something that is a word, please raise your hand
.”
 1. Hill2. Street3. Nurwarddle
Critical Thinking:
Play
Compare/Contrast 
with word and other Power Pix.
Review:
Ask your students to review with each other the question, answer and gestures for word and other PowerPix.
 
 
Letters
Common Core Standards
 RF.K.1.Demonstrate understanding of the organization and basic features of print. B. Recognize that spoken words are represented in written language by specific sequences of letters.D. Recognize and name all upper- and lowercase letters of the alphabet.
Question:
What are letters? 
Answer:
Letters can be joined together to make words.
Gesture:
Wiggle one finger to represent a letter.
Teaching Suggestion:
While your class is involved in individual or group activities, make a list of letters and numbers on the board.
Explain the difference between letters and numbers. Point at items from one list and then the other. Your prompt is, “Is this
 
a letter?”Students respond in chorus with, “Yes, that is a letter!” or “No, that is not a letter!”
 
Play Yes/No Way! with questions like the following:
 1. Is this a letter? (Point at letters and numbers on the board.)2. Are letters and numbers the same?3. Is this the letter gesture? (Make various gestures.)
Quick Test: Play
 
Cutie 
with statements like the following:
1. “B” is a letter.
 
2. “Four” is a letter.
 3. Letters are in the alphabet.
Critical Thinking:
Play
Compare/Contrast 
with letters and other Power Pix.
Review:
Ask your students to review with each other the question, answer and gestures for letters and other PowerPix.

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