My students attend a homeschool, hybrid charter school. They meet with me twice a week and then take what they have learned in the classroom and expand on it at home with their family. My students are passionate about science, history, art, math, reading, and writing. They love expressing themselves in many different ways. My students are very active, creative, and resourceful second and third graders.
They love to share with me their ideas for how to make our classroom better and inspire our always-changing, positive learning environment.
My students love to learn about the world around them and how to apply what they have learned in the classroom. Our classroom is made up of a community of learners who love to explore new ideas. My students foster my own love of learning and always bring new ideas and projects into the classroom for us to study with each other.
My students will use the Osmo kits to help them learn about and prepare to be financially responsible adults. The Osmo kits provide math activities that teach number sense and money management and they also provide the opportunity to learn coding skills that are increasingly important to ensure my students' success in an ever changing work environment.
Teaching financial responsibility to my students will increase their chances of becoming responsible, independent adults.
I hope that by using the Osmo kits and the money management game my students will have the opportunity to increase their money management skills and will therefore become more financially conscious in the future. It's never too early to learn how to manage, spend, and save your money.
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