How to Use the ATM Machine

Hello kids! Today we are going to learn about using an ATM machine. Do you know what an ATM machine is? It is a machine that allows us to withdraw money and make deposits without having to go inside the bank. Before we begin, let’s learn some vocabulary words related to ATM machines: – ATM: … Continue reading How to Use the ATM Machine

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Title: Budgeting Your Money Grade Level: 3rd Grade Objective: Students will learn to budget their money by identifying their wants and needs, setting goals, and creating a budget plan. Teaching Strategies and Materials: 1. Use videos and interactive activities to introduce the concept of budgeting. 2. Demonstrate how to create a budget plan in a … Continue reading Budgeting Your Money

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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

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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

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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

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Introduction to Taxes | Why Do We Pay?

A playful, educational animated video that makes learning about taxes easy and fun for beginners. Students get a grasp on the fundamentals of taxes and take the first steps towards understanding why we pay taxes with this entertaining and informative lesson. This educational video lesson covers the basics of taxes, how taxes help our communities, … Continue reading Introduction to Taxes | Why Do We Pay?

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Starting a Budget Introduction

Below are some budget lesson starters — printable worksheets to use with a teaching lesson introducing budgeting. Print both of the lessons below.   Suggested Grade Level 4th – 6th Grade. Fourth Grade.  Fifth Grade.  Sixth Grade. Special education. Teens Teenagers Kids.   Worksheet #1: PERSONAL BUDGETS – NEEDS WANTS Excerpt – Have you ever … Continue reading Starting a Budget Introduction

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Comparison Shopping – Needs and Wants

This lesson introduces students to the basics of comparison shopping. Teaching Objectives: Understand how to carefully consider alternatives before making a purchase. Suggested Grade Level 3rd Grade – 6th Grade Lesson Excerpt: This lesson introduces students to the concepts associated with comparison shopping and choosing the best option. The activities in this lesson will introduce … Continue reading Comparison Shopping – Needs and Wants

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How Money Grows Through Saving and Investing

This lesson introduces students to the basics of how money grows through saving and investing. Teaching Objectives: Consider alternative ways to help money grow through savings. Apply simple math concepts to determine the future value of money. Introduce students to the concept of investment risk. Suggested Grade Level 3rd Grade – 6th Grade Lesson Excerpt: … Continue reading How Money Grows Through Saving and Investing

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Money Responsibility

This lesson introduces students to the concept of being responsible for managing money through accurate record-keeping. Teaching Objectives: Apply math skills to balance a spending plan. Recognize the importance of keeping purchase records. Gain an understanding of spending behavior outcomes. Suggested Grade Level 3rd Grade – 6th Grade Lesson Excerpt: Successful money management includes keeping … Continue reading Money Responsibility

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