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Managing Your Checking Account using a Debit Card
Everyday people go to stores or eateries to buy something. When they pay for their items, they will have to decide whether to pay in cash, credit card, write a check, or use a debit card. This set of activities will show your student how to write checks and keep a running balance in their re
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How do I pay? Learning the difference between credit, debit, and pre-paid cards.
Having taught all three grades of middle school (6,7,8), one of the biggest challenges I have found is that students have a very limited scope of how to use money correctly. In fact, if I didn't know any better I might actually still actually think that they thought money grew on trees! Seeing how m
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Consumer Math and Financial Literacy Activities & Projects GROWING BUNDLE
Teaching personal finance and consumer math to middle and high school students can be difficult because the amount of quality resources that are practical and relevant are hard to find. Schools need to do a better job of teaching students to be financially literate and better consumers. Consumer mat
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Math Bundle - 5th Grade
This Bundle includes several of my VERY popular math products! Here are the products you will find in this 5th Grade Math Bundle: 1. EMERGENCY SUB PLANS - 5th Grade Math: Each day of sub plans includes the following items…and there are 10 days of these sub plans! Morning Work with Answer Key-
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Personal Financial Literacy for Texas 5th Graders
I created this unit to teach the TEKS for personal financial literacy in 5th grade. It includes:-vocabulary posters for income, gross income, net income, income tax, property tax, payroll tax, sales tax, credit cards, debit cards, checks, electronic payments, and budget-folding notes for interactiv
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Rounding Up and Down With Money
In Canada, we are no longer able to get pennies from the bank or at the store when we buy things. We need to learn to be able to round up or down when paying for things. Cashiers are learning how to make change without using pennies. For the time being, if a person pays in cash, they can give penni
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Financial Literacy Lesson Plans 5.10A, 5.10B, 5.10C, 5.10D, 5.10E, 5.10F
Complete Lesson Plans and All Activities for Financial Literacy. This unit is 5 days and jammed packed with activities to help your students understand complex concepts!Financial Literacy in 5th Grade is all about:• Taxes• Gross vs. Net Income• The Advantages and Disadvantages of using Credit, Debi
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Life Game Fun Hands on Way 2 Cover all 3rd Financial Literacy TEKS 3.9ABCDEF
This is a fun hands on way to have your students to learn and experience the financial literacy TEKS first hand!! Each student will get their own game of life file folder. They will then draw a number for their job, family, and bills. Each day students will get paid and then pay all their bills. I
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Banking Basics
This PowerPoint is a lesson in a budgeting unit. This lesson goes over the very basics of bank accounts, credit cards, and debit cards. This product is for individual use only. Feel free to edit the lesson to meet the specific needs of your students.
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