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This is a completed unit on Balancing Your Checkbook. This unit includes all instructions for students, which are self-explanatory, as well as worksheets and checkbook registers to record debits and credits. As students work through the unit, they are asked to perform a variety of tasks includin
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Each student uses the bank register provided with a starting balance to keep track of their bank account. The students draw strips out of a basket that describe different situations requiring them to either add or subtract the money amounts. I have them draw one situation strip, calculate it by ha
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Form students use to make a shopping list of up to 5 items and includes need/want columns. I use this with my special education class and include an assortment of sales flyers for choices. Provide coins and currency to simulate purchase experience.
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A worksheet that allows students to taste test 10 items of your choice. Students rate products based on various criteria and determine which product they believe is superior. Students then have 6 questions to reflect on the products they tried, how this will affect their budgets, and how families mi
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Looking for a great way to help students in grades 4-8 begin to understand the concepts of budgeting, earning, spending, saving, giving, debt, goal setting, banking, generosity, applying for a job, writing a cover letter, owning their first car, credit and debit cards, writing checks, and interest?
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Here are 30 rounds of consumer math questions, with 10 questions in each round! These rounds review vocabulary, formulas, computation, personal finance, statistics, as well as many more areas of consumer math! Use for team building or group activities. After each round is a copy of the round with
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This project allows students to choose a particular culture and research its food, commonly used ingredients and recipes. The final project will result in a cultural foods booklet that they can compile and bind. Students can work in pairs or alone.
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Whether at work or at home, never be late on your bills ever again! Stay up-to-date on all accounts and expenses throughout the year. This program will save you thousands as it keeps track of all expenses through real-time updates. You will be amazed to see how easy this program is to use. All t
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Teach your students how to be wise consumers by letting them go shopping via supermarket circulars and working with a team to shop for their Thanksgiving dinner. Included in this cooperative learning activity are a list of possible for each team member, a chart to record items purchased, and even a
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In the course of an Excel class I developed this spreadsheet to use as a practical example with real-life application. This spreadsheet can be used by anyone to keep a budget and keep track of inflows and outflows. In addition, it can be used to keep track of daily cash expenditures.All the user nee
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Using data from a Piper Jaffrey Teen Survey, students analyze how teen spending has changed over the past decade. This chart can be a good discussion starter about differentiating between needs and wants and budgeting. NGPF Data Crunches (cli.re/ngpf-data-crunch) teach your students key personal fin
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This project helps students to use math and technology to explore life in the real world. This is a great assignment for eighth grade students to research different types of careers before they begin high school. Thanks to this project, many of my students have rethought their post-high-school plans
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Students will learn how to identify the basics of budgeting for themselves. They will research and guess how much money they will need to have the lifestyle they want to have after school. This activity is usually shocking to the students because they do not have a good sense of actual budgetary c
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This activity allows students to compare the differences between renting and buying. Students are given two scenarios and they have to calculate upfront costs of renting, annual costs of renting, upfront costs of buying (including funding escrow account with PMI, property taxes, and homeowners' ins
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Checkbook and Register ProjectIn this project students will withdraw and deposit funds over a period of 10 days. Students will learn how to accurately write a check and balance a checkbook. There are four versions (Cohorts A, B, C, and D) of this project. An answer key and rubric is available for gr
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