Students need to fill out a rule that they have at home on a note card. Parents' homework is to write their consequence of they so not follow the rule.
When someone has the authority to make decisions do they take it too far sometimes? Does their authority turn into a position to gain power over individuals? Maybe we should ask the Cat in the Hat. Does he take his authority a bit too far? Does Carlos K. Krinklebein the fish try to use his authority to get rid of the Cat in the Hat? You decide.
In this lesson, students listen to the story of Ruby and Max, two bunnies that go shopping and make many spending decisions. Students are introduced to short-term and long-term savings goals to help them save for goods they want in the future. After a goal-sorting activity, students choose and illustrate their own savings goals.
Students will compare the economic choices made by a Tanzanian boy at a local farmers’ market to choices they make with their income.