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New in 2016! A writing lesson page following by 4 to 6 student practice writing pages. A lesson for each day of the school year in this wonderful teaching creative writing journal. Over 200 pages covering 17 different writing styles and 6 types of poems. Fun writing prompts, clear, easy to follow directions. A great writing solution for Junior High students and beyond!
A company earns money by selling goods and services. A company has expenses that are necessary to have goods and services available to sell. But how are they balanced? To make a profit a company needs to sell items for a profit and the expense amount needs to be less than the profit. Download and enjoy the balance sheet worksheet. Remember .. on a balance sheet the company assets need to be equal to the company liabilities and equity .. can you crack the code and make the balance sheet balance?
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Exciting news! The Y.M.B.A. Group has begun to release brief instructional videos covering various workbook topics such as how to write a check and more! The videos will be on the soon to be launched www.teachertube.com and www.youtube.com as well as available at www.YMBAgroup.com. The videos will often have practice worksheet so students can review the newly learned skills. The first video, "How To Write A Check" will launch on December 15, 2014. Enjoy learning with Y.M.B.A.!
Every industry will at some point require a clear, well-written letter or report. An outline provides a way to more clearly plan the message of a letter, creative story or report. An outline is also help in grades 4 and 5 to prepare research and aid a student in clarifying the topic. Attached is a simple outline for a 5 paragraph essay with the goal of encouraging a student to complete research and to include a written conclusion.
Time .. some days it can not go by fast enough, but most days there is never enough. While working with my children we began to figure out how many minutes go by in a day, then a week, and a year. They were amazed at just how high the numbers were and truly how fast time did go by! (I am not sure if they realized they were doing math) After a while they came to the conclusion that time should be valued since it is in a limited supply. A nice reminder for me as well! When cleaning the house time appears to move slowly, but when playing with my kids time truly does fly!
A pizza is one of the first opportunities to learn about fractions. Very quickly a student can divide the slices in a pizza pie among siblings, but how do they make the connection from pizza slices to math word problems? Just as there are sight words students are encouraged to learn, there are also sight fractions. By knowing on sight that .25 equals 25% equals 25/100 a student has more ease when working with fractions and decimals and even currency. To provide an opportunity for students to practice common "sight fractions" download and enjoy the attached worksheet. For further practice and to learn other life skills such as how to write a check, invest in stock, save money, plan for the future consider adding the YMBA Finance workbook to your future business leaders book collection. Why wait? Learn with YMBA today. www.YMBAgroup.com
Suggested Sight Fractions/Decimals/Percents: 1/10, 2/10, 3/10, 4/10, 5/10, 6/10, 7/10, 8/10, 9/10, 10/10, 25/100. 33/100, 50/100, 66/100, 75/100, 100/100
Have you ever noticed a silly idea or product when you were shopping? Or, perhaps you saw a wonderful item, but the price was too high. Sometimes a company may have a very silly idea - and despite all the research and discussions, the product finds the way to a store shelf. While on the shelf customers do not purchase the item. The item stays on the shelf, no matter how low the price is there simply are not enough customers willing to buy the product. On the other hand, there can also be a wonderful idea, but, with a price too high, customers also choose not to purchase.
Each of these scenarios demonstrate the importance of carefully researching the likes, dislikes and opinions of potential customers. Will the customer view this product as useful? Will the price be low enough for the customer to spend their money? Is the convenience of having this product worth the money being spent?
We hope you enjoy this worksheet from page 16 of the marketing workbook. For a fun game consider a contest in a store for who can come up with either (a) a poor product name or (b) the most over priced item or (c) an idea that does not appear to be a product customers would purchase.
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Remember when you started your first business? Perhaps it was a lemonade stand or a garage sale? You knew the goal was to sell, but how? The YMBA Marketing learning workbook explains to students 9 to 14 years old (and beyond) the steps in creating a successful marketing plan. Students complete worksheets to discover successful product names and are presented with an opportunity to better understand how a poor product name can prevent success. Pricing strategy along with understanding the customer who will buy the product are also discussed. The workbook enables students to better understand not only products that are being marketed to them, but also to develop their own successful marketing ideas. The worksheet above discussed the basic elements of marketing using the example of CircusPals face paint. We hope you have a chance to enjoy with your student. Why wait? Learn with YMBA today! www. YMBAgroup.com
MBA Author and mother of the popular YMBA learning workbook series for students 10 years old and up. Lessons with worksheets that focus on useful life skills presented with examples students enjoy. Emphasis on math, comprehension, learning and fun!