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Goal setting and preparing for the future are essential skills for high school financial literacy students. The sooner high school personal finance students can identify their future goals, the better. Needs and wants must to be determined early to ensure future financial success. This resource will 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? What do they want to accomplish? What a
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 Literacy TEKS 2.11B, 2.11C, 3.9E, 3.9F, 4.10D *Directions can be modified to use addition instead of multiplication*
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What are SMART Goals and why do we NEED to know this? Relevant and engaging PowerPoint or Google Presentation will guide you and your students through strategies for creating effective SMART Goals. This resource is ideal for courses in Financial Literacy, Career Readiness, Business, Entrepreneurship and Life Skills. SWBAT examine financial goals that are specific, measurable, attainable, realistic, and time-bound, analyze goals and rewrite so they are SMART, create personal SMART goals for the s
In this bundle, you will receive three printable planners that every edupreneur and TpT author needs to get through 2023. So what do you get?2023 - 2024 Monthly Planner Calendar PrintableThis 2023 -2024 monthly planner printable is to help you stay organized in 2023 and 2024!This minimalist 2023-2024 monthly planner printable is perfect for :anyone looking to plan and record monthly and yearly goals,homeschooling parents looking for a simple planner to record dates and events,Teachers who love s
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 Skills classes. Help students become aware of their financial goals and how to achieve them!Download Includes:Teacher Guide - outlines the objectives and lessonPowerPoint with 2 day lesson discussion po
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6th - 12th, Higher Education
This lesson is ready to use with a google slide show of 10 slides that walk students through how to create short-term, medium-term, and long-term SMART goals. Also included is a google doc assignment for students to write their own short-term, medium-term, and long-term SMART goals. The google doc assignment can be printed or used on google classroom. I have created and refined this assignment over many years to take away all of the ambiguity in order to give students a precise plan to reach the
Unit One for a course in financial literacy. Unit covers basic vocabulary in decision-making and goal setting. An advanced organizer is included with the bundle or can be purchased separately. Teachers should pay close attention to each slide in that other materials are needed during the lessons such as a deck of playing cards and the goal cards which are included with the bundle.
Understand the types financial goals one can achieve or work towards-Earning-Saving-Investing-DonatingTypes of goals by goal settersGoals by Time Frame Definitions and examplesGood for students living with autism
This project will take approximately 1-2 days for students to complete depending on age/level/ability. Each student will identify short-term, mid-term, and long-term savings goals for their "piggy banks". While identifying these goals they will fill in the coins in their "piggy bank" with their and color code the goals to classify them as short-term, mid-term, and long-term for the included interactive bulletin board. Students will work through the project by selecting one of their goals and
Bundle includes power point presentation, advanced organizer for student notes, and goal setting cards. The unit is designed to take up to two weeks of a course in financial literacy.
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 with this junior-level Financial Literacy resource created on Google Slides™ for your Google Classroom™. This product is useful for homework, distance learning, or engaging students through technology
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 your classroom needs.Take a look below at our other Life Skills Products!5 Day Units:Getting A Job - 5 Day UnitChecking Accounts - 5 Day UnitMoney Management - 5 Day UnitResumes - 5 Day UnitPowerPoin
Student instructions: What are your goals for the future (or not so distant future)? Doyou want to own a motorcycle? Do you want to travel and visit new places? Achieving a big financial goal can seem overwhelming. Breaking down your goals into smaller steps will help you make sense of achieving your goals.
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.Curriculum Connections:- Students will identify purchases that need to be made and identify if it is a goods or service.- Student will choose a purchasing goal and identify how much they earn and what th
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5th - 7th
Goal cards areto be distributed to each student for unit 1 in financial literacy PowerPoint slide 33. One entire set per student. After thelesson, ask students to take the cards home and have their parents sort them to prompt a family discussion as to what family members value.
TOP FIVE TIPS FOR FINANCIAL SUCCESS! SET GOALS! STICK WITH THEM! FOCUS ON THE FUTURE! SAVE ACCORDINGLY! WATCH EXPENSES! THINK BEFORE YOU SPEND! MAKE INVESTMENT A HABIT! GET STARTED NOW! PLAN FOR RETIREMENT! START SAVING AT AN EARLY AGE! Money Bulletin Board Letters, Money, Budgeting, Financial Literacy Classroom Décor, Money, Budgeting, Financial Literacy Sayings, Back To School The words read, TOP FIVE TIPS FOR FINANCIAL SUCCESS! SET GOALS! STICK WITH THEM! FOCUS ON THE FUTURE! SAVE
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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-term, and one long-term goal using the SMART model. Students need to brainstorm a list of goals that can be classified as one of these time frames. They then need to use the SMART concept to create the
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9th - 12th, Higher Education, Adult Education
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 JPG format - where the image looks white, it is actually white rather than transparent.See more Money clip art - click hereSee more Photographs - click hereIncludes:12 photos as shownPhotographs are take
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Inspire your students to reach their goals by allowing this excel file to help them correctly word three financial SMART goals.They can check their own work by clicking on tab two (at the bottom) and reading the heading and their automatically populated answer. If their answer sounds grammatically correct, they are on their way to setting a goal and being motivated to make it a reality.Most students (and adults) don’t know how to properly set a SMART goal. They don’t know the steps they’ll need
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8th - 12th, Higher Education
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 through financial literacy. They will identify buying habits while achieving different types of financial goals, including earning and saving goals and outline some key steps in achieving them using S.M.A.R
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4th - 8th
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™. This product is useful for homework, distance learning, or engaging students through technology within the classroom.Students will be assessed on their ability to identify and describe various factors
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.
1. Read the Definition 2. Write the Definition3. Use this term in two sentences:4. Illustrate this term5. First-Person Narrative Writing Journal using the term correctly
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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 can customize as needed. 1. SMART goals and Decision-Making PowerPoint Student Note guide2. Are these SMART GOALS? Worksheet3. Financial Goals Collage Project Template for planning Temp

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