A Day at Kindergarten<br />Jerica Starr<br />
Why is the American flag an important symbol?<br />Social Studies: <br />
What does the American Flag look like?<br />The flag has 13 red and white stripes<br />The flag has 50 white Stars<br />
What do the stripes mean?<br />There are 13 stripes<br />They are each for one of the first 13 states<br />The stripes are...
What do the stars mean?<br />On the newest flag there are 50 stars<br />Each star is for a state<br />Whenever a new state...
How is the flag a symbol?<br />The flag represents our independence<br />It represents each state<br />Since there is a st...
Life Science:<br />What are life requirements and why do we need them?<br />
Who has basic needs?<br />Every living thing has basic needs<br />Animals<br />People<br />Cats<br />Dogs<br />Birds<br />...
What are basic needs?<br />Are things that living things cannot go without, such as:<br />Animals:<br />Water<br />Food<br...
Living Things<br />What are living things?<br />Living things change over time<br />They grow and evolve<br />Examples:<br...
Non-Living things<br />What are Non-Living things<br />Non-Living things never change<br />They do not have life requireme...
What are life requirements used for?<br />Life requirements are a source of energy<br />Source of building material for gr...
Earth Materials—What are they?<br />Earth Science:<br />
What are Earth Materials?<br />They do not change over time<br />They have been around for hundreds of years<br />They get...
Earth Materials occur in nature<br />Earth materials are elements that are made naturally<br />They do not have basic need...
They help plants grow<br />They help plants grow big and strong<br />The soil has nutrients in it that plants need<br />Pl...
They help animals out too<br />They help animals by producing plants<br />People are helped when there farm grows thanks o...
Picture Citations<br />Vectorportal, “USA Wavy Flag”, September 28, 2010, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attributio...
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  1. 1. A Day at Kindergarten<br />Jerica Starr<br />
  2. 2. Why is the American flag an important symbol?<br />Social Studies: <br />
  3. 3. What does the American Flag look like?<br />The flag has 13 red and white stripes<br />The flag has 50 white Stars<br />
  4. 4. What do the stripes mean?<br />There are 13 stripes<br />They are each for one of the first 13 states<br />The stripes are in a pattern<br />Red and White<br />
  5. 5. What do the stars mean?<br />On the newest flag there are 50 stars<br />Each star is for a state<br />Whenever a new state was added they had to add another star<br />
  6. 6. How is the flag a symbol?<br />The flag represents our independence<br />It represents each state<br />Since there is a star for each one<br />
  7. 7. Life Science:<br />What are life requirements and why do we need them?<br />
  8. 8. Who has basic needs?<br />Every living thing has basic needs<br />Animals<br />People<br />Cats<br />Dogs<br />Birds<br />Plants<br />Grass<br />Trees<br />Flowers<br />
  9. 9. What are basic needs?<br />Are things that living things cannot go without, such as:<br />Animals:<br />Water<br />Food<br />Shelter<br />Plants<br />Sunlight<br />Water<br />Carbon Dioxide<br />
  10. 10. Living Things<br />What are living things?<br />Living things change over time<br />They grow and evolve<br />Examples:<br />Trees<br />Bugs<br />People<br />Pets<br />
  11. 11. Non-Living things<br />What are Non-Living things<br />Non-Living things never change<br />They do not have life requirements<br />They will be around for hundreds of years<br />Examples:<br />Rocks<br />Sand<br />Toys <br />
  12. 12. What are life requirements used for?<br />Life requirements are a source of energy<br />Source of building material for growth and repair<br />They help us stay strong and healthy<br />They keep us alive<br />
  13. 13. Earth Materials—What are they?<br />Earth Science:<br />
  14. 14. What are Earth Materials?<br />They do not change over time<br />They have been around for hundreds of years<br />They get moved by water, wind, and people<br />They do not breathe or eat, like animals do.<br />
  15. 15. Earth Materials occur in nature<br />Earth materials are elements that are made naturally<br />They do not have basic needs<br />They do not grow or evolve<br />
  16. 16. They help plants grow<br />They help plants grow big and strong<br />The soil has nutrients in it that plants need<br />Plants will grow better in good environments<br />
  17. 17. They help animals out too<br />They help animals by producing plants<br />People are helped when there farm grows thanks of minerals<br />Minerals are used in your everyday life<br />
  18. 18. Picture Citations<br />Vectorportal, “USA Wavy Flag”, September 28, 2010, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Doug88888, “Flower yellow wallpaper”, May 15, 2010, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Sanchorm, “Mountains”, September 25, 2010, uploade3d via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Meddy Garnet, “Grand Ole Flag”, July 4, 2010, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Sam Howzit, “USA Flag on Blue Sky”, March 13, 2010, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Chris Breeze, “Flags”, October 7, 2006, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Elaron, “Project Motion—Flag in the Breeze”, November 8, 2006, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Rwkvisual, “American Flag” July 11, 2009, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />IndentityPhotogr@phy, “Flag”, July 4, 2009, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Brokinhrt2, “God Bless America”, August 8, 2008, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />StuSeeger, “Newberg City Flag”, June 8, 2006, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Brooke Maxson, “051”, January 31, 2011, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Vandelizer, “Trees”, August 15, 2006, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Jpctalbot, “Ella the snow dog”, November 30, 2008 uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Donsutherland1, “Venus Fly trap plants”, August 15, 2009, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Arlene Gee, “Sunlight Breaking into forest”, October 20, 2006, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Praveen Venugopal, “Save water! World water day 22nd March 2010”, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Bobistraveling, “Bird Closeup Swansboro NC 8662”, Jan. 24, 2009, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Jpott, “Kids”, December 6, 2009, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Acockle, “Ball Pool”, July 1, 2008, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Abcrumley, “Kittens”, June 3, 2006, uploaded flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Mikebaird, “2 or 3 rock formations off point buchon trail just south of Montana de Oro Mdo”, August 13, 2009, uploaded flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Martin LaBar, “Rock with erosion holes in it”, December 28,2005, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attrubition<br />Cupcakes2, “Rocks”, May 18, 2009, uploaded via flickr, Cr4eative Commons Attribution<br />Annaleeblysse, “Dirt”, May 1, 2004, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Tim Patterson, “Plant Progress”, July 11, 2007, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />Wwarby, “Rocks”, August 1, 2010, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />epSos.de, “Family playing at the Beach”, Feb. 15, 2009, uploaded via flickr, Creative Commons Attribution<br />

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