Perfect for a roots-based approach to teaching vocabulary. This PowerPoint has 35 Latin roots and notes to accompany each root. Each slide lists the root at the top, with an image of an index card below it that includes the notes. Notes on index card have 2-3 words with the root included, definitions of those words, and an image. The 30 roots are divided into groups of 5.
I have used the roots-based approach in my classroom by giving students 5 new roots per week. Students take notes over 5 new roots on Mondays on their own set of 3"x5" index cards. They take quizzes over all the roots they have learned so far on Fridays. While students take the Friday quizzes, I check their note cards and give them points for completing those.
If you are interested in the quizzes, see my Latin Roots Packet which includes both the Latin Roots PowerPoint as well as the quizzes. The Latin Roots partner well with units covering Shakespeare's plays, such as _Romeo and Juliet_. See also my Roots Bundle which includes the PowerPoint and quizzes for both Latin and Greek Roots.