The Kingdom Code Complete Starter Kit is everything you need to sucessfully teach one student these valuable monetary tools. Included in the Complete Starter Kit are the following items:
The Kingdom Code Textbook
A 244 page, full-color text with over 800 beautiful pictures and visual aids quickly ignites and maintains the interest of students aged 10-13.
Activities, Forms & Notices
These pages include 124 full-color pages with 4 black & white forms to compliment the lessons and “put into action” the concepts presented in the lessons.
Each lesson has a worksheet designed to reinforce and review the concepts taught in the lesson. Extensive review pages are provided for Lessons 6, 14, 20, & 27 to monitor students’ progress and prepare them for assessments (if used).
The Teacher’s Guide outlines everything necessary to guide you step-by-step through this curriculum. It makes teaching this course easy!
KCK Treasure Map
This colorful, engaging map is used as a reward system for tracking the completion of each lesson. Twenty seven steps (representing the 27 lessons) lead to the Treasure Chest signifying the end of their quest. This map provides a great visual for celebrating student success throughout the program.
Flash cards containing all the Key Terms (vocabulary words) from Lessons 1-27 cover introductory accounting terms, economic terminology, basic business terms, and some Biblical vocabulary.
Two full-color 8.5″ x 11″ posters are provided to insert in the sleeves of their KCK Binders (workbook binder.) Poster #1 depicts the KCK Sales Code as a reminder of how Kingdom Code Kids present themselves in business. Poster #2 is an inspirational page entitled Kingdom Code Kids Are Great Entrepreneurs and Leaders.
Two Sticker Pages
- Sticker Page #1 has ½” stickers to be used as Bonus Rewards and with the KCK Treasure Map.
- Sticker Page #2 has 3″ stickers to be placed on 6 zippered, pencil pockets (in which students will store their business income and their budgeted money).
KCK Receipt Books
Students receive their very own receipt books to use in their businesses and keep a record of their customers’ payments.