i'm the boss now!™ curriculum
Exploring tomorrow's dreams today!
ITBN! addresses the needs of the under-served population of K-5 kids who have the cognitive ability to understand the basic principles of Entrepreneurship but who until now had limited educational resources to do so. This edition of ITBN! is first in this series of tools used to provide this educational advantage
How does it work?
As a Home School parent, you determine the best schedule to use to teach ITBN! A thorough breakdown of this schedule is explained in the ITBN! Master Curriculum. We believe the flexibility in teaching ITBN! will be a benefit to you and your children. This content rich teaching introduces the basic skills that are common to Entrepreneurs and Philanthropists while covering topics ranging from budgeting to writing a business plan.
As children go through ITBN!, we engage their creativity by thought provoking instruction and various teaching models, while also reinforcing that they are great and capable of great things!
I'm The Boss Now!™ takes K-5th grade kids through systematic instruction, interactive learning and real life examples in order to explore the vocation of an Entrepreneur and Philanthropist on their level of comprehension.
ITBN! allows kids to be exposed to positive role models and successful child entrepreneurs so they in turn will be able to impact and influence the lives of their peers, family and communities.
Other Benefits of I'm The Boss Now!™
One of the multifaceted qualities of ITBN! is its cross-curriculum benefits. It reinforces many of the subjects students are taught daily due to the inclusion of Math, English, Language Arts and History, while also striving to foster creativity and imagination. The lessons teach critical life skills and leadership skills that are beneficial to the overall welfare of kids. Several of the strong points of the curriculum are its focus on math, financial literacy and financial responsibility. We recognize that children are never too young to begin learning the practical, responsible use of money, specifically cash.