### Ten Percent Lesson Plan

Title: Ten Percent Lesson Plan Grade Level: 3rd Grade Learning Objectives: – Students will be able to understand the concept of ten percent. – Students will be able to find ten percent of a given price. – Students will be able to apply their understanding of ten percent in real-life scenarios. Teaching Strategies and Materials: … Continue reading Ten Percent Lesson Plan

#### LESSON CATEGORIES

For additional related lessons, explore our main category pages:

Categories Money Math,

### Building Credit for Elementary Students

Title: Building Credit for Elementary Students Objective: – Students will understand the concept of building credit. – Students will learn the difference between good and bad credit. – Students will know the importance of having good credit. Materials Needed: – Whiteboard and markers – Pictures or illustrations of different items that require credit, such as … Continue reading Building Credit for Elementary Students

#### LESSON CATEGORIES

For additional related lessons, explore our main category pages:

Categories Credit,

### Play Money Lesson Plan: Create a Money Graph

The Play Money Lesson Plan is an activity designed to teach students about different denominations of currency and how to create and interpret bar graphs. They are given printed play money, construction paper, glue, and a pencil; they sort their bills according to denomination, line them up vertically on the page, then glue them down … Continue reading Play Money Lesson Plan: Create a Money Graph

#### LESSON CATEGORIES

For additional related lessons, explore our main category pages:

Categories Basic Money,

### What is Money?

Students learn what money is, including recognition of money. Teaching Objectives: Understand the exchange value of coins. Learn the names of coins. Suggested Grade Level Pre-K – 2nd Grade Lesson Excerpt: Money is the medium of exchange for most goods and services. Different coins and paper money have different values. Children need the ability to … Continue reading What is Money?

#### LESSON CATEGORIES

For additional related lessons, explore our main category pages:

Categories Basic Money, Money Recognition,

### Earning Money

Students learn about earning money, and how money is earned, is limited, and does not come free. Teaching Objectives: Recognize that money is earned from work done. Understand that money is limited in quantity. Suggested Grade Level Pre-K – 2nd Grade Lesson Excerpt: Adults must earn money to provide for their needs and wants. In … Continue reading Earning Money

#### LESSON CATEGORIES

For additional related lessons, explore our main category pages:

Categories Earning Money,

### Spending Plans

Students learn about making spending plans and the importance of saving. Teaching Objectives: Identify categories for spending plans. Recognize the importance of saving some money for future needs. Suggested Grade Level Pre-K – 2nd Grade Lesson Excerpt: Preschool-aged children are capable of learning simple spending plans. Early training in categorizing money establishes patterns for future … Continue reading Spending Plans

#### LESSON CATEGORIES

For additional related lessons, explore our main category pages:

Categories Saving & Investing, Spending Money,
1 Comment

### Making Spending Decisions

Students learn about making spending decisions. Teaching Objectives: Gain self-confidence in making decisions. Analyze simple alternatives. Develop rational behavior patterns. Practice making decisions in structured situations. Suggested Grade Level Pre-K – 2nd Grade Lesson Excerpt: From birth, a child has choices. At first parents make the decisions, but before the end of the first year, … Continue reading Making Spending Decisions

#### LESSON CATEGORIES

For additional related lessons, explore our main category pages:

Categories Spending Money,