This Checkbook System is perfect for any class! It teaches students how to write a check, balance a register, manage money, and keep their priorities straight! But the best part is that it's used as a class discipline tool as well as a reward system.
An educational video for kids. Theo brings home a poor report card, but claims he doesn't need good grades to get a job. So Cliff gives him an economics lesson with Monopoly money. A clip from The Cosby Show.
The student demonstrates management of financial resources to meet the goals of individuals and families across the life span. The student is expected to:(H) demonstrate the ability to balance a check book;
Write names of students who are absent on the calendar. Gather their missing assignments and put them in the folder for their class period. Students are responsible for checking the folder when they return to school. Like the calendar with their names!
Classroom Behavior Chart: A giant 100 chart & as the whole class does something really well one student pulls out a popsicle stick and colors the number found on the stick. Once ten numbers in a row are colored in, a party is earned.
: give each student a puzzle piece to decorate. keeping the edges intact so it can be re-assembled. Use for a lesson on individual worth. how each individual piece is beautiful on its own. But what a masterpiece you get when you put them all together!