Ready Made Activities

There are an endless supply of ready made activities online for teachers to access and utilize. Why reinvent the wheel??? Use what is freely available. These are just a few to get you started.

PowerPoint is not only for presentations and lectures.

It can be interactive!!!

Story Book Template

  • Make your own Storybook by using this PowerPoint template. Just add your text, graphics, sounds, voice and your are all set to go.

storyboard template

Wheel of Fortune Game
  • Use this already made Power Point Wheel of Fortune Game in your class for content review
  • Directions:
    • Give each student an index card with a number from 1-8.
      Students are instructed to write a review question, math problem, or spelling word on their card.
      Click the Spin Button.
      When the wheel hits the number on the index card, the student chooses who will receive the question on their card.

(source: *more ready made PowerPoint activities at this site)

High Frequency words PowerPoint

  • This PowerPoint is set up with high frequency words from the story Leony's Pony
  • You can use and.or customized this PowerPoint for your our use.

Reading Train

  • Most young children love trains. Why not use this PowerPoint for literacy.
  • You can add your own words to this already existing PowerPoint.



  • A large selection of ready made books in several applications (Boardmaker, Clicker, PPT, Word, etc)

I am a Pizza story


More online interactive activities ready to use...

Word Exercises


  • Think of it as a scavenger hunt online.

What is a Webquest???? Download the PowerPoint and/or pdf file below:

  • Here is a ready-made Webquest I made on the Seasons you can download

This zip file has the activity documents needed for this webquest

  • Here is a list of webquest resources

Tar Heel Reader
  • a collection of free, easy-to-read, and accessible books on a wide range of topics.
  • Each book can be speech enabled and accessed using multiple interfaces (i.e. switches, alternative keyboards, touch screens, and dedicated AAC devices).
  • The books may be downloaded as slide shows in PowerPoint, Impress, or Flash format.