Drawing for Dollars and the Oklahoma Academic Standards

Congratulations to our 2016 Drawing for Dollar$ Winners

2016 D4$ Winner (Pre-K to Kindergarten)_Page_1

Pre-K / K – Magnolia Polson – Mustang Centennial Elementary

2016 D4$ Winner ( 1st to 2nd Grade)_Page_1

1st Grade/2nd Grade – Jaselyn Chastian – Maryetta School

2016 D4$ Winner (3rd to 5th Grade)_Page_1

3th Grade – 5th Grade – Brayden George – Maryetta School

2016 D4$ Winner (OAS)_Page_1

Overall Oklahoma Academic Standards Winner – Serenity Boring – Maryetta School

 

 

 

 

 

 

Use Drawing for Dollar$ to support teaching the Oklahoma Academic Standards

2014 OK Academic Standards Winner: Cole Wollenberg 1st place Maysville Elementary 3rd Grade

2014 OK Academic Standards Winner: Cole Wollenberg 1st place Maysville Elementary 3rd Grade

Draw a picture about…

PK-K

  • How people work and earn money (OAS CS2:2)
  • Basic needs and wants (OAS CS2:3)

 

1st

  • Why is money needed? (OAS CS2:1)
  • How money is earned? (OAS CS2:1)
  • How money is used for needs and wants (OAS CS2:1)
  • Costs and/or benefits of spending or saving (OAS CS2:1)
  • Consumers & producers in our country (OAS CS2:2)
  • A historic inventor or entrepreneur contributed to the growth of the nation (OAS CS2:3)

 

2nd

  • How people are paid for their labor (OAS CS2:1)
  • Different ways to pay for needs and wants (OAS CS2:1)
  • Taxes and how they work in our community (OAS CS2:2)

3rd Place - 3-5 Division - Ty Wilmot - Maysville Elementry - Masville - 3rd Grade (2)     1st Place - 3-5 Division -Murphy Mills - Metro Christian Academy, Tulsa - 5th grade (2)

3rd

  • Scarcity and/or surplus and how it affects choices(OAS CS2:1)
  • Comparing human, capital and natural and/or resources and what they produce (OAS CS2:2)
  • How Oklahoma’s major economic activities (agriculture and livestock, aviation, tourism, military) have contributed to the growth of the state (OAS CS2:3)

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4th

  • Natural resources (fishing, farming, ranching, mining, manufacturing, tourism, oil & gas) and how they impact the US economy and their connections to global trade. (OAS CS1:4)
  • How people in the US work with the environment to address geographic challenges (housing, industry, transportation, communication, bridges, dams, tunnels, canals, freshwater supply, irrigation systems and landfills). (OAS CS1:5)
  • Major Native American groups and their economic activities. (OAS CS 2:1)

 

5th

  • Economic motivations for English exploration in the US (competition for resources, gaining of national wealth) (OAS CS1:1)
  • How the colonial economy worked (natural resources, agriculture, exports, etc.) (OAS CS2:1)

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D4$ OAS Info