The students have been really interested in money the last couple of weeks. So today we decided to give the student the provocation of “MONEY”
Where do you see money?
What is money?
What do I know about money?
Where do we see money?
The idea was to give the students time to reflect and explore their own thinking and then at the end we will share our learning and ideas.
Rhoda: Money is a dollar, you can buy stuff with dollars. i see money in the shops and use it to buy stuff, I get money from the bank,
Angus: I have my own bank account I have money in it. It makes me save my money.
Johnny: money is what you get from the bank and you can buy stuff from the shops you but what food you want.
Tino: I get money at the bank and then I went shopping we can buy something at the shop.
Nathaniel: You can see many in Coles and then you can buy it but you need to give manager some cash and after that you can get change.
Dion: I see money at the shops and you spend it at the shops and they give you some money back.
Josh: Money comes in lots on shapes and they have numbers on it, the numbers tell you how much money it is.
Ashvarn: Money comes from cash and you put your card in and then do your pin and you get cash.
Sonnie: Money is for using, it is not for throwing in the bin you use it to buy stuff.
Ishaan: Money is from the shops you can buy things a little money is gold and big amount is a note.
Kevin: Money is $2 I buy ice block.
Tayln: Money you have to make, you have to make it on a conveyor belt. It starts as paper and then turns into money and coins and stuff.
Kimaaya: Money comes from the shop and you can buy stuff. Money is like $1 and $2, $2 is more.
Mai-Anh: You get money from a job you can buy something.
Kim: You get money from supermarket you can buy food with it.
Alyssa: Money you can buy something it looks like circles with numbers on it.
Jaiden: Money is from a bank, money is coins and dollars.
Blake: Money comes from money they make it with some silver and then the money comes through, then lots of coins comes.
Jed: money is all this money 5c 10c 20c 50c $1 $2 $100 $50 $20 $10 $5. You need money to buy grocery.
Anne-Maire: Money is like what you use to buy things, I draw $1 and $2 and 50c and 20c.
Keren: money can come from people because they do hard work. There are coins and notes
Chris: the guard looks after they money and the person wanted $100. $100 is a lot of money.
Olivia: money there are $100 note of money thats the biggest the smallest 5c.
Bella: Money is what you use to buy from the shop.
Kaisha: Money has numbers money yellow money is silver too.
Rehat: Money is popular you buy stuff wiht it, You save your money in banks, there’s golden money and silver.
Jannpreet: this money things where you save the money, there are lasers everywhere so no-one can steal the money
Patrick: Money comes from the bank, you can buy stuff with money.
Ruby S: On the coins you can see the queens, $1, $2, 5c and 20c and 50c are all coins all the other money are notes, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100 notes.
Francesca: Money can be used in the shops and can be found in purses, $1 is less than $2.
Kiziah: money comes from the shops, 5c $1, $2, 50c, 20C and 10c are all the coins.
Cierra: I can see money in a cash register and in a purse and a piggy bank. I use money for apples and bananas and lasagne.
Noah: Money is where you buy stuff I know about money $5 notes and $1 make $6.
Rojun – Money is were you buy stuff and you can find money at the shops.
Jeian- Money can buy somethings for children, when they want toys. Money is $1 and $2 and $3.
Bassim – When you parents come and get a toy and they buy and it for you. When come and buy it for you and the shops gives you change.
Saara -Money is about -if you tell your parents to come in the toy shop and i want to have this beautiful barbie toy. You give money to the shop if you buy something.
Maddox: This machine makes money for people buy things.
Nevada: Theres are cents and dollars, dollars are with more.
Charlotte: Money is in purse and 50c coin is a shape.
Ruby C: Money comes from Hollyplaza.