I'm an RTI interventionist in Metro Nashville Public Schools (MNPS), and our district uses the AIMSweb tests to monitor our students' progress.
**This is both of my AIMSweb math PowerPoints (2 files for each grade level). They are also available as individual files, one for kindergarten and one for 1st grade if you don't need both grade levels.**
**The kindergarten PowerPoints work with numbers between 0 and 10 to match the AIMSweb assessment.
**The 1st grade PowerPoints work with numbers between 0 and 20 to match the AIMSweb assessment.
**This will not be very useful to you if you do not monitor kindergartners and/or 1st graders using AIMSweb**
What you will receive is four PowerPoint presentations---2 for kindergarten and 2 for 1st grade. Both presentations at each grade level are a quick daily practice for these three tests - Number Identification (NI), Quantity Discrimination (QD), and Missing Number (MN). The only difference in the two PowerPoints at each grade level is that the questions are mixed up so that they don't learn the pattern as easily. You might alternate which one you use on different days. You can also mix the slides around yourself if you feel they are learning both PowerPoints.
Each of these is a fairly short PowerPoint, and it is intended to be so. We all know the attention spans of kindergartners and 1st graders, and this is just long enough to keep their interest. I recommend projecting it on a screen if possible (or just putting it on your computer screen), then moving through the PowerPoint with a wireless mouse or wireless pointer (or the arrow keys).
I use it every day with mine, and I have seen their scores improve. I hope it will help you too! :)