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In this class series, we are learning about money. This is a 3 part series, and this is part 3. This class can be taken without taking the other 2 parts if student already has knowledge about counting money. This class will take student's knowledge of counting money and use it in a real life situation- shopping! Each student will start off with a fictional amount of money. We will then take a look at a store. Students will have the opportunity to buy things with their money. They will need...
Students will take their knowledge of money and apply it in a real life situation.
We use money on a daily basis. I have taught my own children about money through their homeschooling.
Paper and Pencil are optional if students would like to work out math problems on paper.
40 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. The items available for "sale" in the activity will be children appropriate (toys, books, art supplies, etc).
"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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336 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...