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In this class series, we will learn all about money. This class is a 3 part series, and this is part 1. This class is all about identifying and learning the values of each American coin and paper bills. We will first discuss how money is made and discuss different types of money. Then we will take a look at each coin and paper bill and discuss what it looks like up close, learn about what we see on each piece of money, and then learn about the value of each coin. We will then have a...
The goal is for students to remember what the value of each coin is.
We use money on a daily basis. I have taught my own children about money through their homeschooling.
One of each coin would be helpful to be able to see and feel during class. Any paper bills would also be helpful to have in class so students can examine them on their own in class.
30 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
We will be screen sharing a Powerpoint presentation I have made in class. Nothing special needs to be done on the student's side. On this presentation will be information and pictures about coins and American money.
"Tell me and I forget. Teach me and I remember. Involve me and I learn." - Ben Franklin
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
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334 completed classes
Hello! My name is Catherine Reich. I am from Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania. I have a Bachelor's degree in Communications and Media Studies from Penn State University. My teaching experience includes teaching children ages 3-11 about American culture...