Little Bankers: Be a Banker for a Day!
In this one-time class, we will explore both Math and Social Studies by learning about an important community helper, a banker, and explore their tasks such as counting money, skip counting, and even catching counterfeit bills!
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Little Bankers: Be a Banker for a Day! (Ages 6-8) In this one time class, learners will get to be bankers for a day! We will explore what it is like to work in a bank. This class is a mix of Social Studies, Math, and Life Skills! Children will learn about one of the important community helpers and get a taste of Economics. We will learn answers to questions such as: * What do bank tellers do? * What is a vault? * What is counterfeit? * What is a bank account? We will have fun counting...
I spent 8 years working as a bank teller. This experience gives me an edge with teaching children about Economics because I have real-world experience on the value of learning about money, numbers, counting, etc.
4 files available upon enrollmentPrintable PDFs will be provided and I recommend printing and cutting out before class. -Play Money (We will use during class) -Pretend Debit Card with fillable name section where you can type student's name. -2 Versions of a Pretend Paycheck (One pre-filled for use during class, one blank for students to fill in themselves after class)
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Jamie CLearning Should be Colorful | Homeschool Mom|Photographer|Jewelry Creator
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29 completed classes
Hello! My name is Jamie. I am a homeschool mom of two sweet and active boys. I love homeschooling because it allows me to adjust the curriculum to fit the child, instead of adjusting the child to fit the curriculum. I enjoy teaching in a hands-on...