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Financial Literacy: Setting Goals - This fun, interactive project gives students a chance to get to know each other while creating a presentation that reveals their goals regarding career, wages, and lifestyle. It also sharpens their communication and presentation skills. As a culminating activity
Make it, Or Break It is a Personal Financial Literacy game that will allow students to set a goal for saving including saving for college. The game will take them through situations that they will spend money or save money using a bank register to keep track. Aligned to the Personal Financial Lite
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2nd - 4th
The sooner high school personal finance students can identify their future goals, the better. Needs and wanted need to be determined early. Let your students gaze into a crystal ball to see their financial future. What does the future hold for them? What are their dreams? What do they value? Wh
The Lesson includes a PowerPoint and 5 activities. The Zip File includes a Worksheet and Answer Key. Students can use the Worksheet to follow along with the Presentation. Follow Me to be notified of new teaching resources and great deals by clicking the star up at the top right by my logo.
***Want a 20-25% DISCOUNT on Pockets Change products? Shop for lessons here: https://gumroad.com/pocketschange.***This is an excerpt from the complete Pockets Change Financial Literacy Curriculum, which teaches students personal finance skills, entrepreneurship, stock market, and real estate basics.
Great way to apply financial literacy skills in a goal planning project. Aligns with new Ontario Math curriculum (Grade 6).Slides come editable so questions may be changed or altered. Perfect for distance learning or in class. UPDATED AUG 2021: Now includes PDF copy, great for in-person learning.Cur
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5th - 7th
Students will learn how to create a SMART financial / budget goal. With this two-day lesson, the teacher guides the students through the SMART acronym, students create short-term and long-term goals, watch a video, and play games!This lesson is for middle or high school Personal Finance or Life Ski
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6th - 12th, Higher Education
Grade 6 teachers!!! This new resource follows the new (2020) Ontario Math Curriculum on Financial Literacy. Specific expectation F1.2 under Financial Management.You will not find these expectations covered in any textbook at this time. The expectations are brand new!Complement your Math instruction
What are SMART Goals and why do we NEED to know this? Relevant and engaging PowerPoint will guide you and your students through strategies for creating effective SMART Goals. This resource is effective for courses in Financial Literacy, Career Readiness, Business, and Life Skills. SWBAT examine fina
Grade 6 teachers!!! This new resource follows the new (2020) Ontario Math Curriculum on Financial Literacy. Specific expectation F1.3 under Financial Management.Complement your Math instruction with this junior-level Financial Literacy resource created on Google Slides™ for your Google Classroom™. T
This Setting Financial Goals Lesson is a comprehensive lesson to encompass your entire classroom period. Complete with not only the Lesson Plan, this also includes an Introductory Activity, Body of Lesson, Reinforcement Activity and an Evaluation Tool. Yes! A total of 5 pages of material to meet all
This can be used in various subjects especially in business and financial literacy. This would be good for high school and even middle school with a little customization.This is a Start to Finish Bundle. Check out the Video Walk-through!!!!You will receive the following all in Microsoft Word so you
OverviewLooking for a way to teach financial literacy while providing students with an opportunity to use their newfound skills in the virtual and in-person classroom and withinreal-world situations?! In this digital lesson presentation suitable for grades 4-8, students will learn life skills throug
SMART Goals- My SMART Financial Goals- Creating 3 Financial SMART Goals This is an excellent no prep activity for students to do in a Personal Finance course when doing a unit on SMART goals but it can be used in any class. The activity involves students creating one short-term, one intermediate-te
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
Great activity on setting personal financial goals. Assignment instructions: "Are you dreaming of buying your own car, visiting a new city or learning a language—but aren’t sure how to get there? The key to achieving your financial goals is to break them down into manageable steps. Fill in the ste
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5th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education, Staff
Students will calculate the number of months/years it will take each person to reach their individual financial goals and determine whether their goals are short, medium, or long. Microsoft Word.
Students will calculate the number of months/years it will take each person to reach their individual financial goals and determine whether their goals are short, medium, or long. Google Doc.
In this activity, students will determine if various people heave large enough emergency funds. Then determine if goals meet all the requirements to be "S.M.A.R.T." and what time-frames they fall under.
This activity should be paired with the teacher notes & guided notes of the same topic
Guided notes to correspond with presentation notes of the same name, also available.
Photo Clipart Set - 12 pieces of photo clip art in a pack or bundle for your powerpoint slides, worksheets, smartboard or any other educational resources. All images or pictures are high resolution so you can have large illustrations of them and they'll still be clean and beautiful. Images are in J
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A SMART financial goal setting worksheet that can be used on its own or with the Managing Your Money! lesson.
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Not Grade Specific
The math lib scavenger hunt provides three short term and three long term financial goals for the students to calculate. In some cases, students will need to convert years to months before dividing.
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6th - 9th
Use this assignment to support any personal financial budgeting lesson! Great for personal finance courses but also beneficial in many others including intro to business, economics, preparing for college and career, business math, and more! Includes student instructions, easy to use brochure templat

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