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For parents to have a kid who is money-wise is a boon because it makes those save or splurge decisions easier to handle. There’s no right age for having that money talk with your kids. If he or she can spend or borrow, they sure can learn to save and invest. As a recent Reuters article says, it’s important to start early because by the time your child reaches high school, their money habits are already forming. So, the buck stops with the parents. Start the money education at the dinner table or take the help of these interactive websites that impart financial literacy in a fun way.
MILTON -- Chris Mitchell knows that to reach his seventh-grade social studies students, it's going to take a creative approach. And in his five years teaching at Milton Middle School, he's seen it work. The Herald-Dispatch November Teacher of the Month said he's received e-mails and personal compliments from parents and former students about how his teaching style made social studies a fun and memorable class. "He really has a remarkable gift for engaging students in his subject matter," said principal Dan Gleason, who nominated Mitchell. "The impact is evident."
Prior to the unit, discuss project goals and expectations with science and language arts teachers. Discuss ways this project can be made interdisciplinary based on student needs and content CSOs. Project Flow Chart:
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