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When students are learning new abstract financial literacy concepts, it is often helpful if they are encouraged to use their prior knowledge to connect their new learning. Analogies are the answer!
This activity is hands-on and connects new financial every day, common concepts students can relate to. This project can be completed individually or in small groups. Students process their learning and make a visual representation of their knowledge. When students share their supporting reasons and defend their work, it is a great review and discussion starter for the entire class.
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