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Budgeting Board GameTeach students how financial decisions can affect their lifestyle choices! This resource helps pre-teens and teens understand what budgeting looks like when you become an adult. Students will have to make a series of decisions that reflect how much they can save per month (or how much debt they accrue per month), and hopefully illustrate to them in a tangible way how financial decisions can truly affect the lifestyle they want to lead.Includes:★Teacher Guide★Budgeting Options
In just one class period, your students will not only understand the importance of creating and sticking to a budget, but also practice creating one!- Students are randomly given a "career card" with correlating annual salary and average student loan debt, if applicable. - They will then use a chart to determine how much of their salary will be taken out in the form of federal tax withholding, state tax withholding, social security, and medicare. - They'll then be given a set of choice cards (
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4th - 9th
My Business and Financial Literacy students love playing this game! See how well your students know the price of everyday products with this fun Price is Right budgeting game! I place students into groups, each having a whiteboard (a piece of paper works, too). After viewing the product and product description on the PowerPoint slide, they collaborate to determine the correct price. All groups reveal their guess at the same time. "The actual price of the product is..." Closest team gets a
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6th - 12th
About this project:  This is a project on budgeting a bank balance. Each student in a class is given a life card. Each player tries to balance their budget as they pay several utility bills to keep up a household.    Life card:  The life card will have information such as beginning bank balance, occupation, number of children, and living situation of that person.  (page 3-4) Living situation:  Students will have to choose the type of home they prefer to live in. The rent will be calculated based
| Budgets | Math | Life Skills | Game | Reading | REAL WORLD |After battling with my students every year to try and get them to enjoy math, I finally have come up with something that each student in my class has LOVED to do. With these game boards, students have a chance to practice seeing how far their budget takes them in a game that is realistically mirrored to reflect life events that they may experience on their own. Things like filling up gas, buying groceries, getting paid, and even recei
Budgeting- SPENT Online Interactive Game Directions/Discussion/Reflection Sheets- MUST CHECK THIS SITE OUT!!"SPENT" is an amazing web-based game in which players see what it is like trying to survive with a poor paying job and how important it is to have a good paying "career." Students choose a job and then will go through a series of questions. The goal is to make it through a month and still have money left in their bank account. As they go through the month they will see first hand all the m
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Note: This is a college version of the original game that I created. My college bound students love this. And, I have an opportunity to discuss important aspects of college life while playing this game. My Business and Financial Literacy students love playing this game! See how well your students know the price of everyday products with this fun Price is Right budgeting game! I place students into groups, each having a whiteboard (a piece of paper works, too). After viewing the product an
Whether you are studying a unit on economics or working on money skills in math this is a game you are not going to want to pass up. Students have a series of 18 cards in which they will either owe or earn different amounts of money and manage a "checkbook" as their recording sheet. This is a great game to teach them about the balance of what you need and want you want as well. Happy Teaching!!
Grades:
2nd - 4th
About This LessonThis board game led to hours of fun as students did some #adulting in class! There were some “but that’s not FAIR!!” comments, along with, “REALLY? I have to pay for that?!”, and, my favorite, “I have to pay this bill EVERY MONTH?! That’s stupid!” This board game has 30 spaces - one for each day of the month. As students move through the game, they’ll pay bills, have opportunities to do fun things (that they have to pay for!), and face unexpected events that could help or hurt t
Students will learn how to create a weekly budget by prioritizing basic needs for a family. Students will work together in a pretend family and be given a specified amount as a weekly budget. They will then use their budget to buy groceries, gas, entertainment, eating at restaurants, and buying other basic essentials. This activity is turned into a fun game by students writing down items for each category and rolling a pair of die to figure out the amount for each item. Students then add up
Grades:
2nd - 5th
If you haven't heard of or played the Finance 101 game before, I highly recommend it - it's FREE. The game is great to review the need for a good job, unexpected expenses, budgeting, needs vs wants, and so many more business/personal finance/life skill items. My students LOVE it. After we play it, I see them playing it in their free time for the rest of the school year (at least it's more educational than the snake game). I created this 2 page sheet to go along with the game. It gives the game l
My Business and Financial Literacy students love playing this game! This is the Christmas Version, featuring all products that you would buy around the holiday season.See how well your students know the price of everyday products with this fun Price is Right budgeting game! I place students into groups, each having a whiteboard (a piece of paper works, too). After viewing the product and product description on the PowerPoint slide, they collaborate to determine the correct price. All groups
Teaching students about careers and budgeting can be fun with the Game of Life! This product provides students an opportunity to learn about a variety of careers, and based on their monthly salary, determine the housing and method of transportation they can afford. Not only do students learn about careers, but they also gain an understanding of the concept of budgeting.In this product you will find:"Career Cards"30 total careers of a variety of educational levels (including: four-year college, t
For this game, students create a fictitious $2,000 budget to live on and then play a board game using that budget to simulate living within a budget while paying bills. Along the way, students draw fate cards that either earn them additional money or cost them money. The winner is the player who has the most savings at the end of the game. After the game is over, students reflect, in writing, about what they learned about preparing a budget. This is a great lesson for AVID as money management
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9th - 12th
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This is a great project that can be used for 4 days or more. Students get a taste of real life where they have to get a job, pay rent, buy groceries, pay for activities, receive unexpected, and pay an income tax. Students not only learn some real life lessons but they also are working with positive and negative numbers, and percentages. This is a fun and educational project and that students can really get into. I hope you enjoy this activity and let me know what your students think and how I c
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7th - 8th
Perfect for test or exam review, this set includes 12 applied budgeting task cards and 4 blank cards. A recording sheet and answer guide are also included. Each card is individually coded, making it easy to quickly gauge topic and level, particularly if you are combining these with other task cards in the series. Difficulty levels range from Level 1 - Very Easy, to Level 4 - Challenging.Concepts addressed in this activity:Income vs expenses,Fixed and variable costs,Tenant vs landlord responsibi
See how well your students know the price of everyday products with this fun Price is Right budgeting game! I place students into groups, each having a whiteboard (a piece of paper works, too). After viewing the product and product description on the PowerPoint slide, they collaborate to determine the correct price. All groups reveal their guess at the same time. "The actual price of the product is..." Closest team gets a point! You would be surprised how some groups nail it. But It is wa
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6th - 12th
Budgeting Board Games Bundle: Perfect for financial literacy for teens!Teach students how financial decisions can affect their lifestyle choices! These resources helps pre-teens and teens understand what budgeting looks like when you become an adult. Students will have to make a series of decisions that reflect their futures, and hopefully illustrate to them in a tangible way how financial decisions can truly affect the lifestyle they want to lead.TWO Budgeting Board Games are included: The orig
This is a fun budgeting game designed for young learners. Each Lesson covers a different financial topic and will offer them choices that will affect their lifestyle. Students will earn a salary, pay taxes, deal with unexpected expenses and balance a bank book, just to name a few. This resource includes colorful and amusing materials.Every time I teach this lesson it's a huge success and the kids love it. It reminds me a little of the board game LIFE as my budget game also has chance cards. This
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1st - 6th
This budget simulation will ask your students to imagine they are 25-30 years old and are now in the workforce. The difference between THIS unit and others out there is that the Google Spreadsheet and Tools to calculate budget categories are much more realistic.Students will pick a career, housing, transportation options, and much much more. This has been one of my most impactful, engaging units ever! I created it because I couldn't find anything like it on the internet!Multiple worksheets an
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6th - 12th, Adult Education
Personal Finance Budgeting and Money GAME CARDS, Free Enterprise and Economics Test Prep, Print & Digital Distance LearningThese student matching vocabulary cards are a great way to engage all students in groups for a fun whole class or group game. This includes a print set, instructions for using, and a video link to show how to use Google Classroom link. VISIT MY STORE AND FOLLOW TO GET UPDATES WHEN NEW RESOURCES ARE ADDED →Also Available in Economics and Free Enterprise Game Card BUNDLETh
This bundle has a teacher slideshow & 4 student worksheets. Students will receive a life scenario and then must research and create a monthly budget including things like groceries, bills, housing, and more. The objective is to introduce students to these concepts before they graduate.
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7th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Budgeting Game - My Dream PetThis product was designed to help your students practicing adding, money values and budgeting. Students shop the catalog pages, choose what they want to buy and then find the total value. Included are several challenge cards and three versions of prices so you can choose what works best for your students.Print reusable cards on cardstock and laminate. Make copies of student sheets and place all items in a basket to use as a math center. I suggest adding bills and coi
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1st - 2nd
“Something Always Happens” Economic Budget Game This game takes 2 and sometime 3 hours to complete. I do this game over several days at the end of my semester course. We are on an A Day/ B Day schedule. My students LOVE this game. This game has an introduction page…. You can read the first part to your students to make the game fun. The rest of the page is instructions for you to conduct the game. During the game, I joke around with the student pairs as the game progresses about their big bills
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11th - 12th

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