What's the biggest clue that you're growing up?! Getting credit card applications in the mail, duh! Use this awesome introductory resource to inform your students on the basics behind credit and debit cards.
This resource begins with guided notes detailing the differences between credit and debit cards, transitions into key terms/parts of a card and finishes with the chance for your class to make their own credit cards!
Credit card templates are offered in three (3) differentiations that are increasingly modified (H-L). Once complete, print and laminate the cards for students to use in class again and again!
This activity is accessible in both printable and digital formats. My students preferred completing it on Microsoft OneNote and made their notes/marks with Microsoft Ink. A good way to use this as a printable would be to print and laminate and create stations for kids! Should you have any questions please email me at SpEdderTogether@gmail.com.
• Guided notes
• Checkpoint for understanding
• Vocabulary/key terms
• Parts of a credit card color-coordinated diagram
• Important information
• DIY Credit Card
- Three (3) differentiated templates
• Teacher copy
Fonts and graphics from:
• Kimberly Geswein Fonts
• Creative Clips
• Fairways and Chalkboards (LSF Fonts)
• Hidesy's Clipart
• Open Clipart