Each PowerPoint includes a phrase of the day, verb of the day, question of the day, 3 photos of the day, a song of the week, and a grammar lesson of the day. I use this every day in my elementary Spanish classes from 2nd through 6th grades. The entire PowerPoint takes about 10-15 minutes. This would be appropriate for any beginning Spanish class, including middle school and Spanish 1 high school. I have the students write the following in their notebook - the phrase of the day with a picture, the verb of the day, including conjugating, a sentence using the verb of the day, and the grammar lesson. We have an action for each verb of the day and review previous verbs as we learn new ones. Orally, the students ask and answer the question of the day with 4 other students. With the 3 photos, I ask comprehension questions and students answer. As they progress I have the students ask and answer the questions. The grammar lessons are taken from the topics on the Level 1 national Spanish exam. There is a total of 150 PowerPoints, in groups of 20. They should be done in order because the questions get harder, and the grammar builds on previous lessons.