And the winner is…
April 25, 2011 by Alison
Remember this post from last year? How does she teach her kids about finance and business?Hang on…if you are interested in this program, there are 20 programs up for grabs…keep reading to find out how you can get one.
My 6th grade teacher, Mrs. Evans has done it again! She has each of her students design a product and start the entrepreneur seed growing.
Remember how I thought my zip-lock on the top of brown sugar bags was my million dollar idea…then C&H had the same thought?!?
Do you see the soda pop pump!?!
She has developed econoME, an amazing program that helps teachers teach kids about finances and about how to become entrepreneurs. The program incorporates finances and entrepreneurial-ism into the every day classroom management routine. She has been working on this program since I was in 6th grade! She has fine tuned it and is now helping other teachers learn how to make their classrooms run like a business. She wants to help get it out to the classrooms. So if you are a teacher or you think your kids teachers will like this program she is giving away 20 memberships to www.starteconoME which includes econoME@home. Membership includes a weekly update, a how-to email and a weekly sampler email where she shares successful or fun lesson plans.
Leave a comment at the bottom. The first 20 people who are interested, we will get you hooked up!
We got to see the ‘tops’ this year and we seriously are loving the creativity! I hope they can get it on the market because there are a few I’d really like to have!!!
Here are some of the winners:
Dallin and Riley- Energy efficient car
1st Lauren (Bow Holder) . I see a HowDoesShe guest poster in this winner!
2nd Holden (Inflatable Tent)
3rd Micha, Elise (BBQ Table)
1st Adam( Adjustable Showshoes)
2nd Clarissa (Mini Monsters)
3rd Nicolas (Goomie Shoes)
1st Natalie (Soda Pump) I want one. Make that two.
2nd Bailey (Baby pillow, blanket)
3rd Mikell (Thermal Jewels)
It is so fun to see what kids come up with each year. Thanks Mrs. Evans’ 6th grade class for sharing your talents with HDS!