Below are brief descriptions and topics covered in our programs! You get access to our online curricula for 4th – 8th grade students, that includes over 110 hours of programming, through a yearly subscription of $200. When you subscribe not only do you get access to over 100 lessons, but you will automatically receive access to any new programs we create in the future with no additional charge! The lessons are designed for teachers and youth workers to follow curricula instruction and facilitate to groups of children. We want you and your students to have fun learning!!!
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Kings Program stands for kids with immense, necessary, and ground-breaking self worth. This program was developed by a male teacher and former police offer. The purpose of the program is to teach boys the importance of having self confidence and self worth.
8 hour program
Standards of BEAUTY for men
Health and Wellness
“BEAUTY” Program stands for Building Excellence, Ambition, and Unity in Teens and Youth. The purpose of the program is to teach female teens about social and life skills.
Standards of BEAUTY
Health and Wellness
“The Survival Kit to the Real World” Career and Life Skills Program teaches youth about the basics of conducting and completing a job search. Participants will also learn basic etiquette skills.
Basic etiquette skills for greeting others
Basic Networking skills
How to create a resume
How to create a cover letter
How to prepare for an interview
How to answer interview questions
“Money Moves” Financial Literacy Program helps participants build basic financial skills. The purpose of this program is to teach children about money management and investing through games, role-plays and other fun and interactive methods. This program includes the purchase of two games: Monopoly andCashflow for Kids. We teach you how to use one game for a class of 25 students by playing in teams! Games can be purchased on our website in the Store section.
The difference between liabilities and assets
Banks, Savings and checking accounts
Buying and selling stocks
Budgeting to manage income and spending
Process of making major purchases
The basics and importance of insurance
The difference between good and bad debt
Principle and interest
How to calculate interest
Introduction to Business
Starting a Part-Time Business
Introduction to Business Plan
Budgeting and Negotiation Skills
Financial Literacy Review Game
“Money Moves” Service Learning Project lets participants design creative tools to teach other students, parents, community members, and teachers financial literacy concepts learned in the “Money Moves” Financial Literacy Program. Students can choose the following methods to teach financial literacy…
Creating a financial literacy children’s book Creating a financial literacy coloring book
Conducting a financial literacy game day
Producing/Performing financial literacy play
“Start ‘Em Up” Business Program teaches students introductory business lessons. Students will learn basic business concepts by playing fun business games, starting a real class-based business, and making money.
12 hour program
Turning ideas and talents into a business
Setting business goals
Analyzing your business competition
Writing a business plan
Determining start-up costs
The difference between profit and loss
The purpose of a receipt
Completing an income statement
“Simply Outrageous Math” teaches students how to solve addition, subtraction, multiplication, powers, and percentages problems in their head through math games. This program teaches students faster and more efficient alternatives to solving math problems.
12 hour program
Mentally adding and subtracting 2-digits
Mentally adding and subtracting 3-digits
Calculating multiples of 5 and 11 quickly
Calculating multiples of 10 and 100 quickly
Calculating multiples of 1,000 quickly
Squaring numbers that end in 5 quickly
Finding 5% and 10% of a number faster
“5 Fab Literacy & Vocab Games and Activities
uses fun games and interactive activities to teach
students new vocabulary words. Students use
critical thinking skills to guess definitions. Students
create phrases and synonyms related to words. Games
and group activities help students internalize words.
6 hour program
8 hour Program
Code Words and Signals
How to Spot a Liar