Checkbook Math -- Middle School Behavior Plan with Personal Finance Skills!

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7 pages
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Do you ever feel like tearing your hair out when spring rolls around? Looking for a fun way to teach real-life math skills? This behavior management tool is for you! It can be used on academic teams (teachers of the core subjects that share the same students) or in an individual teacher’s classroom. It’s most effective when used as a short-term management tool (I like to use it in the spring, after state testing until the end of the year), but it can be used year-round also.

This is similar to classroom economies that many elementary teachers use, but it is updated for your emerging teens. An added bonus is that it teaches students how to use a checkbook register.

This 6-page kit includes directions, a Deposit/Withdrawal Sheet, Transaction Sheet, and Checkbook Math Award Invitations. It is in .docx format, but if you need me to save it to an earlier version of Word, or convert it to .pdf, I would love to do so. Just email me!

Please check out the preview above to see all that is included.

Checbook Math by Jenny Richard is licensed under a Creative Commons Attribution-NonCommercial-NoDerivs 3.0 Unported License.
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