# First Grade Math Interactive Notebook: Personal Financial Literacy (TEKS)

Subject
Resource Type
Product Rating
File Type

PDF (Acrobat) Document File

6 MB|36 (including directions, folds and flaps, & answer keys)
Share
Product Description
This first grade math interactive notebook contains hands-on folds and flaps to help your students learn personal financial literacy, especially spending and saving, charitable giving, money earned as income, obtaining goods and services, and making choices between wants and needs. The literature on brain research, multiple intelligences, and note-taking all support the classroom use of interactive notebooks. Here is an easy-to-implement support which will allow you to print and go!

This resource will keep you afloat because…
☑ I have taken the guesswork out of what to put underneath all of the flaps included in this set with photographs of finished examples which serve as answer keys.
☑ Accommodates for all students as the underneath portion can be glued under the folds. Students do not have to write out the definitions.
☑ The folds and flaps included in this set are rigorous and meet the specificity of each standard.

........................................................................................................................
Includes:
★ 10 pages of directions with photographs to guide you
★ I Can Statements for each standard to use as a header (4 total)
★ 1 Divider Tab
★ Vocabulary 10-Flaps
★ What is Income? Single Flap
★ Ways to Earn Income Single Flap
★ Things You Can Do With Income Single Flap
★ Saving and Spending 2-Flaps
★ All About Spending Money 3-Flaps
★ All About Saving Money 3-Flaps
★ 2 Spending vs. Saving Statement Sorts 2-Flaps
★ All About Charitable Giving 3-Flaps
★ 5 Teacher Reference Pages: Photographs of complete examples/answer keys

Focus Standards:
→ TEKS- 1.9ABCD

→ The student applies mathematical process standards to manage one's financial resources effectively for lifetime financial security.

→ 1.9A Calculate how money saved can accumulate into a larger amount over time;
→ 1.9B Explain that saving is an alternative to spending.
→ 1.9C Distinguish between a deposit and a withdrawal.
→ 1.9D Identify examples of borrowing and distinguish between responsible and irresponsible borrowing.

........................................................................................................................
Math Interactive Notebook Starter Set
1.1 Process Standards Math Interactive Notebook
1.2 Whole Numbers 0-120 Notebook
1.4 U.S. Coins and Their Values Notebook
1.5 Algebraic Reasoning Notebook
1.6 Geometry Notebook
1.7 Measurement Notebook
1.8 Data Analysis Notebook
1.9 Personal Financial Literacy Notebook

WANT THEM ALL?
First Grade Math Interactive Notebook Bundle

........................................................................................................................
I have math interactive notebook resources for kindergarten, first, and second grades. You can choose between the individual notebooks or the bundle.

Kindergarten Math Interactive Notebook Bundle
First Grade Math Interactive Notebook Bundle
Second Grade Math Interactive Notebook Bundle

........................................................................................................................
Product Notes
1. This file is NOT editable.

Here’s to you for making a splash and checking out this diverse, rigorous resource!

Laura

For FREE tips + resources, become a valued partner of Down River Resources.

Total Pages
36 (including directions, folds and flaps, & answer keys)
Included
Teaching Duration
N/A
Report this Resource

Teachers Pay Teachers is an online marketplace where teachers buy and sell original educational materials.