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
Budgeting- My MANY Future ExpensesThis is a quick activity in which students either individually or with a partner/small group are given a set amount of time to come up with as many expenses they can think of that they will have as an adult living
It's never too early to teach our kids about finances and how to handle money... Kids & Finances Cartoon Clipart includes 18 images in full color and black and white versions in eps, jpeg and transparent png formats for a total of 36 images.
This Financial Planner will help you organize your finances easily! 8 documents to help you plan, budget, pay bills and save! This package features a mix of Navy, Orchid, Seafoam and Lime colors! Print these pages out again and again or store them
This is a group project that allows students to explore several economic concepts. Click on this link for this lesson bundled with a discounted comprehensive personal finance unit:
Students play an online financial football game. This game has fantastic graphics and it a lot of fun for students to play! Click on this link for this lesson bundled with a discounted comprehensive personal finance unit :
A 25 question Banking & Investing game. Best used for quiz review, unit introduction, unit summary or enrichment. Banking, checking, savings, investing, stocks, bonds, mutual funds, stock market, budget, finance, business.
The Rule of 72 The Rule of 72 is a simple formula/method used to determine how long an investment/your money will take to double, given a fixed annual rate of interest. The formula can also be used to determine what interest rate you need to double
Types of Savings Accounts PowerPoint w/ Note Sheets- Student & Teacher This is a must have for your unit on saving! This download is a zip folder that contains a 9 slide PowerPoint on Types of Savings Accounts and two Word documents- student
This activity helps teach students how to write a check and carry a balance.Each student is given several "checks" to cut out and color, as well as a balance book (typically donated by a bank or you can make your own). Each week, students are paid
My Best Life™ – Creating the best version of You Financial Scenario Planning Game INTRODUCTION What if you could live multiple lives retaining the hindsight and life lessons you learned along the way? Do you think you could come up with a “BEST”
This PPT introduces students to the idea of the Stock Market. It goes over examples of how stocks are purchased and how value is determined. TIP: Take out some of the info and have students use this as a fill in the blank template during class.
I love digital field trips because it gives my students an opportunity to be excited about learning, as well as see something they may not see otherwise. This Magic Kingdom digital field trip has students look up choices to travel to Disney World
This is an assignment to teach students how to write checks and balance a checkbook. It is an interactive Excel Spreadsheet and self scores if the student completes it on the computer. There are two parts to the assignment. The first part has
ADVANCED VERSION This is the Advanced Lesson Plan for educators who want to teach entrepreneurship, financial literacy and/or business to their students. This is appropriate for social studies, math, business, economics and entrepreneurship
Personal Finance- Course Guidelines-Syllabus This is a 3 page Personal Finance course guidelines/syllabus that I give to my students at the start of each course. It has headings that contain information on the following: Course Overview, Materials
Personal Finance Pretest-Posttest- EXCELLENT WAY TO START & END COURSEThis download is a zip folder that contains 2 word document files- a student pre-test with a detailed answer key and a student post-test with a detailed answer key. The
Financial Institutions- Banks vs. Credit Unions Venn Diagram This download is a Venn diagram/circle map that students can use to compare the differences and similarities between banks and credit unions. Many students believe they are the same thing
It's time to play house hunters!Your students will have a monthly budget of $800.00 to find three different properties to choose between. They must look at renting an apartment, renting a house/condo/townhouse, and purchasing a home. Students will
This resource is a money saving guide just for teachers. This guide has 5 detailed tips in it that are unlike anything you’ve ever seen before. You won’t find any tips telling you to skip your morning coffee or clip a ton of coupons in order to save
PowerPoint presentation to accompany Lesson Two of the My Best Life - Creating the best version of you! life skills simulation game.
Teach students budgeting / Financials with this simple one account budgeting tool. Project balances up to a year away. Also can be used as a personal budgeting tool or a business budgeting tool. Very Simple tool. Add a beginning balance in the