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Money. Money. Money: The Financial Literacy Ongoing Class

It All Makes Cents A Foundations Money Class

Jamie Jones, MSA
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Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(2,112)
In this 4 week ongoing interactive course, students will learn to identify coins and their values while building a basic financial vocabulary, all while engaging in money math skills and activities.#ACADEMIC

Class experience

US Grade Kindergarten - 3
Students will learn to identify coins by name. They will learn the values of coins. Students will learn to sort and match coins to values. By the third class students will be able to add and identify equivalent amounts. These skills will culminate in class four where we will create equivalent amounts up to one dollar. My students will be encouraged to speak and engage in class and speak with the teacher. They will be provided with many opportunities to use opinions and problem solve through a variety of fun games, activities, and conversations.
I am offering this class to help students develop a foundational knowledge of money and financial literacy. I hope my students will walk away from this course with the abilty to identify coins and their values. More importantly, I hope my students will develop an understanding of where money comes from and how money is used by people in their daily lives. Problem solving and decision making skills will be used as students are introduced to the concepts of spending and saving. 
Homework Offered
Homework in this course will be optional and intended for additional practice and extended learning. For example, students may be asked to find the value of the names of family and friends. Who is the most valuable member of your family in terms of money values.
Assessments Offered
The learner will be assessed by teacher observation and class performance. The teacher will end each class with a short review of the lesson objectives. Students will be given an opportunity to demonstrate their learning in a variety of ways. Students will engage in Q and A discussions. I can statements will be used by the students to explain their thinking and learning.
Grades Offered
 1 file available upon enrollment
They will need paper and pencil for this class. They will also need a bag of coins. These should include the penny, nickel, dime, and quarter. A whiteboard is optional and may make writing a bit easier. If you need a coin printout you can get a free coin printout at stemsheets.com
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Average rating:4.9Number of reviews:(2,112)
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1x per week
30 min

Completed by 139 learners
Live video meetings
Ages: 5-9
2-6 learners per class

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