Math project based learning 5th, 6th, 7th grade, PBL money budgeting worksheets

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5th - 8th, Homeschool
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My students loved this project based learning project at the end of the year. I wanted to do something fun with them that allowed them to learn real life budgeting skills. They loved it.
The best end of the year math project for the kids! My students loved it and got really involved and into it!
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Use this math project-based learning activity with your upper elementary & middle school students to help to teach budgeting money. The PBL resource comes with budgeting worksheets and is a very low-prep resource. Use this fun product with your 5th, 6th, 7th, and 8th-grade students to help them understand the importance of budgeting money by planning a trip. Your students will use PBL by planning a vacation with this real-life scenario resource. This activity is easy to use and has everything the teacher needs for minimal planning. Please note guidance on what budget you should give your student is listed inside the resource.

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✿ Budget planning instructions

✿ File folder cover

✿ Brainstorming lists

✿ Instructions on planning a vacation, from buying appropriate clothing, travel costs, lodging, eating out, etc. 

✿ Numerous planning pages

✿ Reflection pages

✿ total cost sheets

✿ Rubrics for easy grading (students & teacher)

✿ Maps

✿ Postcard writing



You can begin the project by giving your students a check for the money they may spend on their vacation (included inside). The students will then brainstorm a list of places they would like to go, pick a location, and write about why they want to visit.Β 

Students will need to use computers to research flight costs, car rental, lodging, entertainment, and restaurants in the area.Β 

The class will present their vacation package at the end of the project.Β 

Rubrics are included for easy grading. The students will even rate their group members for participation.Β 

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The project can take 1-3 weeks to complete. Pages can be taken out of the resource to help with comp
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