Lesson Plan : A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned

Teacher Name:
 Burk
Grade:
 Grade 2
Subject:
 Math

Topic:
 Count and Use Money
Content:
 penny, nickel, dime, quarter, dollar, change, save, spend, exchange, greater than, less than, assess, income, save, spend.
Goals:
 M2N1 Use money as a medium of exchange...etc. M2D1 Students will create simple tables and graphs and interpret their meaning. M2N2 Students will build fluency with multi-digit addition and subtraction. M2P1 Students will solve problems M2P3 Students will communicate mathematically. M2P4 Students will make connections among mathematical ideas and to other disciplines. M2P5 Students will represent mathematics in multiple ways. M1N2 Understand place value notation for the numbers between 1 and 100. M1N3 Students will add and subtract numbers less than 100 as well as understand and use the inverse relationship between addition and subtraction. M1N4 Students will count collections of up to 100 objects by dividing them into equal parts and represent the results using words, pictures, or diagrams. SS2E4 The student will describe the costs and benefits of personal spending and saving choices.
Objectives:
 Students will develop the understanding of how money is an intricate part of every day life. They will learn how to count money, different ways money is earned, and how we spend money for goods and services.
Materials:
 Play money,student piggy bank,incentives to earn money at the end of the week. Chart to track how much money was earn the entire week.
Introduction:
 People earn income many different ways. Most of the time income is earned by doing work. How do you get income? Do you earn (work) an allowance? Do you baby-sit? Do you keep your room clean? Do you wash dishes? What do you do with the income once you have it? Do you spend it all immediately? Do you spend some and save some?
Development:
 You will learn how you can earn income. On each math question you get right, on your own, on the daily math practice you will earn a penny. For each word problem you get right, on your own you will receive a nickel. At the end of the week, when we tally our daily progress record, you will be given the money you earn, play money, and put it in you piggy banks. The money can be used to pay for sharping your pencils, going to the bathroom, getting a drink of water, etc...The price list is by the door. If you do not have any money, when you use these services, they will be deducted from your weekly income.
Accommodations:
 Continuous modeling of skip counting and prompting of coin identification and value.
Evaluation:
 Bi-weekly tests
Teacher Reflections:
 Was this lesson effective in teaching my students how to count and use money? If not did the students learn anything that would help them to remember counting and identifying money? What could have enhanced this lesson? What wasn't needed? What can I do next time to help my students with this skill?

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