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Life Skills

Life Skills Math: Money in Everyday Life Special Education Learners Welcome!

This class is welcome to all types of learners whether that is one who needs more time to hone their money skills or an older student who needs to go back to work on these skills that build for future success.
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year olds
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Charged upfront
Meets once
55 minute class

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Class Experience

Students will be able to identify a penny, nickel, dime and quarter. 
Students will be able to identify the value of a penny, nickel, dime and quarter. 
Students will be able to relate their understanding of the value of money to their everyday life needs. 

*Stay tuned: If you enjoyed this class look for the next level up where we focus on dollar bills and beyond*
I am a certified elementary education and special education teacher. I have my Master’s in Special Education and have taught for over 12 years. I have taught special education classes from ages pre-K all the way up to high school. I also have taught K-5th grade online for the past 7 years, including special education. I have extensive online experience and always strive to find new ways to make the online learning environment engaging. My hope is that your child will leave my class feeling empowered with new skills they can start incorporating into their daily life right away. 
An interactive game website to take with you will be only homework. It will not be required but a fun way to continue to practice what we learned today. Stay tuned for a reoccurring class opportunity where more homework opportunities will be given. 
• Bring a penny, nickel, dime and quarter to class if you can. If you don't have the above materials, virtual materials will be provided by the teacher. All types of learners welcome.
Informal assessments throughout the lesson to check for understanding. 
Pacing will be set by how these informal assessments are going. We will slow down or move on if needed accordingly. 
Stay tuned for a reoccurring class on this topic where progress reports will be given weekly to parents. 
55 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
•	In this class, students can access several different interactive learning websites such as NearPod, etc. Learners may need help initially logging into the class as well as Nearpod.
•	Approved YouTube Videos are utilized by this teacher for academic purposes.  These videos will be a maximum of 3 minutes. For example: phonics lessons or dance/exercise breaks.  (Parents & students don't need an account for this.)
•	All learning material is safe.
In addition to the Outschool classroom, this class uses:
•	Nearpod
•	YouTube  (Academic Videos & Dance Breaks)


Ms. Olson
Lives in the United States
❤Elementary and Special Education Certified Master's Teacher with ESL certification ❤

About Me

"Nothing ever becomes real until it is experienced"- John Keats.

This quote is exactly how I want my students to feel in my classes. I believe learning can be an enjoyable and life changing experience. My passion with teaching is to not only help... 
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