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Friday, October 18, 2019

Journey Through The Code - Lesson 19




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Welcome to my journal blog entries about what it is like to use the Kingdom Code curriculum that teaches kids financial responsibility and how to build a business God's way. Today we are sharing about Lesson 19 in our Journey Through The Code, sponsored by The Kingdom Code. Come with us on a 27-lesson journey as we journal about our experience with The Kingdom Code curriculum!

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Here's our experience with LESSON 19:

This lesson is all about money, or currency to be exact. There is a brief history of currency and then discussed banks, deposits, and interest. It explains CDs, Certificates of Deposits and loans as well as savings accounts.

OUR REMARKS ABOUT ACTIVITIES IN THE LESSON THAT WE FOUND TO BE ENGAGING:

Along with the worksheet, one of the activities included visiting a bank. We didn't just visit one bank, but two.

SUGGESTIONS, CHANGES, OR ADDITIONS MADE THAT WORKED PARTICULARLY WELL FOR OUR FAMILY:

Money, counting money, understanding banks and interest and such has been a challenge for all of my children, and this one is no exception. I'm not sure why it's difficult to understand the concept of what a bank does when we deposit our money, but money issues and real life, adult finances have baffled them all. So, this lesson really breaks it down to make it understandable.

RECORDED OBSERVATIONS OF CHARACTER DEVELOPMENT, MONEY SKILLS, BIBLE KNOWLEDGE, LIFE SKILLS, SOCIAL SKILLS, OR POSITIVE BEHAVIORS EXHITIBED OR ACQUIRED BY MY CHILD THAT I DIRECTLY ATTRIBUTE TO THE KINGDOM CODE CURRICULUM:

My daughter has gained a great deal of confidence with her future financial pursuits, and selling a couple items has really helped. Understanding how to be a good steward of God's money is a great way to present this information to her as these are life lessons she will carry with her forever.

We were asked to have our child choose a viable business before the end of Lesson 2 and to complete the Treasure Builder Permit form.

The program emphasizes service businesses, even though we are free to choose a goods-related business instead. The reason they stress service is because business usually requires less money since a goods business requires purchasing supplies and figuring out costs for each item. Service teaches children the ability to please someone else in order to receive compensation. If you choose a goods business, many of the activities will have to be adapted and cost/sale price must be taught thoroughly so profitability is achieved.

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