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Financial literacy activities

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Teaching with a Cup of Tea: Personal Financial Literacy Task Cards

+JMJ So I've been working on Personal Financial Literacy for most of June, with a dash of robotics and a dash of novel studies. Since we will actually be working with a classroom economy and such, I wanted to make task cards for the students. I created simple task cards separately by TEK, (not done yet) since I am sure to integrate it all when the classroom economy is up and running. I just thought students should have practice for each TEK. Download a free poster by clicking here! For more…

Financial Literacy Lessons

Financial literacy is an important skill that children begin to learn at a young age. They quickly pick up on things they see their parents...

23 Financial Literacy for Kids Activities (Money Games)

Looking for the best money games for kids? I’ve personally reviewed dozens of fun money games and financial literacy board games for beginners.

Need personal finance lessons for high school? These learning money games for teens are all free, and totally helpful when teaching financial literacy for teens and high school students. I love the budget simulations, and all of these really great online money games. #financialliteracy #teens #highschool #moneylessons

19 free financial literacy games for high school students to add engagement and FUN to teaching personal finance. Financial literacy & budget simulations, too.

First Grade Wow: Personal Finance for Kids

Hello Everyone! I know! It has been a long time since my last post. I have had so much family stuff going on that I have been absolutely crazy tired by the end of the day. I think things are settling in now, so I finally had a second to sit down and present a quick post. Thanks for hanging in there with me. I am so excited about how our poetry unit is coming along. We have one more week and then I'll be ready to share some of my little poets' work! They have been loving it!! Until then, I…

Fun with Finance: Classroom Activities for Financial Literacy Month

By Eric Braun and Sandy Donovan, coauthors of The Survival Guide for Money Smarts: Earn, Save, Spend, Give Do you think teaching financial literacy to your students sounds risky? Maybe you imagine …

Love how @KayrnTripp teaches her kids about money through age-appropriate games!   Definitely using this financial literacy printable game inspired by @BethKobliner. MoneyGenius AD

Love how @KayrnTripp teaches her kids about money through age-appropriate games! Definitely using this financial literacy printable game inspired by @BethKobliner. MoneyGenius AD

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With Adventures in Math, kids can learn math skills and financial responsibility through interactive games, engaging lesson plans, and fun at-home activities. Great for K-8, we especially love the “Where did my allowance go?” board game.
Students will learn all about checking and savings accounts, credit and debit cards, the importance of your credit score, and jobs and taxes for teens in this discounted financial literacy bundle that includes culminating digital Escape Room activities and a practical tax filing, interest debt activities, and credit score factor activities. This download contains both a printable, as well as a Google Drive™ compatible, format.
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Financial managers are responsible for the financial health of an organization. They produce financial reports, direct investment activities, and develop strategies and plans for the long-term financial goals of their organization.