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Currency Exchange Activity One of Two This is the perfect activity for students to see currency exchange in action and why it is so important to have a system in place for converting currencies. This activity was designed for a social studies class, but would also work great in a math classroom.
This is a beginning introduction to American money: a penny, a nickel, a dime, a quarter and a dollar bill. This is an interactive Powerpoint that engages students and requires them to participate in identifying different coins and a one dollar bill and helps them recognize the value of each.
Your students will go WILD for this math and informative writing project. Learning about habitats and animals has never been so much fun! As a shared research project, students will fill in their Habitat Field Guide as they learn about the plants, animals, and adaptations in the wetlands, deserts,
This is a worksheet to be completed by students after reading Amy Axelrod's 'Pigs Will Be Pigs: Fun with Math and Money.' Student will perform tasks based on information from the book. First, students must add up how much money the Pig family found. Next, Student will determine how much money the
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Currency Exchange Activity Two of Two This is the perfect activity for students to see currency exchange in action and why it is so important to have a system in place for converting currencies. This activity was designed for a social studies class, but would also work great in a math classroom.
Is college worth it? I use this product every year with my 8th grade students near the end of the year when they are about to embark on their journey to high school. Many of them are on the fence about school or simply don't see the value in their education. Their eyes are opened pretty quick whe
Performance Tasks are a great way to assess your students' problem solving and real-life application skills. The tasks require the students to demonstrate a variety of skills in order to complete. The students must implement knowledge of how the Common Core State Standards connect to each other whil
FINANCIAL LITERACY - "The Money Trail" - PART 20 - BUYING A CAR -- A TEENAGER'S DREAM MACHINE -- Students learn that before shopping for a new dream machine or a more practical and serviceable used car, they need to carefully review their budget and cash flow to determine the amount they can afford
This Budget activity randomly assigns a group of students a family unit which gives them details on number of members, ages and any college degrees. Some are single parent families, some traditional and one has two moms. the 3rd page of activity has chance cards- I don't tell about these at beginn
For a great deal on 5 Economics products check out this bundle!The Economics of Checks, Budgets, Stocks, College, and Savings - 5 Activities!I love teaching Economics to my middle school students because it directly relates to their lives. I teach 8th grade, and most of the students I teach save th
At the completion of this project students will demonstrate their ability to accurately fill out checks. Students will also review how a check register is used and practice adding/subtracting their own deposits and withdrawals to the register to find their balance. This activity is based on real l
This is a recording book I used with my third graders towards the end of the year. I wanted to end the year in math with a fun project that would allow the students to use their creativity, but meet some Social Studies and Math objectives as well. Students build a 3 dimensional model of a downtown
This workbook focuses on the student's ability to calculate if a financial endeavor would be profitable. INCLUDES: -Simple formula notes handout -1 worksheet focusing on isolated profit/loss calculation -1 worksheet focusing on profit/loss calculation of one item over a period of 6 months -1 work
This change-counting game is an engaging computer game designed to help students practice counting back change. This game has options for four different levels of difficulty, making it effective for use with students of all ages. Once downloaded, the game does not require internet access and lau
This is a classroom paycheck to use for your classroom economy. It is a useful incentive for teaching students about banking, money managing, and the marketplace.
Students learn to convert currencies from Euros to Dollars while discussing the Neuschwanstein castle. The paper contains the prices for tickets to Neuschwanstein, Neuschwanstein and Hohenschwangau, and both castles plus the Museum of Bavarian Kings for students, adults, and elderly. There is a bl
This can be used for teaching finances in Math and/or Social Studies. My students always enjoy this activity! I usually allow them to talk to one another while they are working. It is great to hear their reasoning and to watch them working through it. You can change the level of difficulty by ha
In the book, The Boy Who Harness the Wind, William used trash that he found to create a windmill for his village. With this activity students are challenged to build your very own miniature windmill for a science fair, but unlike William you will be given money "fake" to buy all of the necessary mat
Learning Objective: To educate students on the difference between gross pay and net pay. To show students the earning difference between a full-time, high school education job versus a full-time, college education job. Also, to help students understand how hard their parents work for the little t
Students will enjoy gaining an understanding of integers while playing this interactive game from Teaching Sunshine. (two - four player game) Students take turns choosing a playing card, deciding whether it should be entered in the debit or credit side of the balance sheet, and maintaining a runni
For a great deal on 5 Economics products check out this bundle!The Economics of Checks, Budgets, Stocks, College, and Savings - 5 Activities!My favorite aspect when teaching Economics is when students realize that the choices they make with money can have very good results, or results that could hav
I have been using and refining this system of classroom management over the past 16 years. In this resource, you will learn about my extensive Personal Financial Literacy based classroom management system, as well as get all the documents I have created over the years to use in your own classroom.
Students learn to convert currencies from Euros to Dollars while discussing the Sagrada Familia church. The paper contains the prices for admission to the church, towers, and museum for students and adults. There is a blank at the top of the page for for current conversion rate. Students are aske
Students will research currency of various countries and determine the exchange rate as compared to the US dollar. They will then interpret their results.

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