Personal Finance for Teens Doodle Note Book | Financial Literacy

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Math Giraffe
Grade Levels
7th - 10th, Homeschool
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70+ printable student pages plus answer guide, samples, & info (179 pages total)
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I love doodle notes! This financial curriculum is amazing! Definitely recommend. It was so easy to have my students engaged and doodling while learning is honestly the best!
Wow! For the first time, my students are engaged while taking notes. And doodling/coloring is part of the requirements. My students love this type of notes.


The Personal Finance Doodle Note Book offers your middle or high school students the brain benefits of visual note taking all throughout their financial literacy coursework! The doodle notes include taxes, budgeting, credit, interest, stocks, banking, insurance, mortgage, investing, loans, net worth, and more!

**NOW WITH GUIDED AUDIO LECTURES where online voice recordings walk your students through each lesson!

This contains everything that teens need to know to transition into adulthood and become financially independent. (In fact, it will put them ahead of most young adults who are frustrated they've never learned these concepts!) Check out the preveiw file to see the full list of topics that are included.

What’s included:

- 49 concept-based doodle note sheets for key ideas in financial literacy

- 3 doodle note pages about the brain benefits of doodle notes

- 10 different blank templates for any additional notes

- Real world examples and practice

- Interactive Tasks

- Color-friendly cover plus 6 chapter organizer cover pages

- Answer Key & Photo Samples for doodle note concept pages

- Introductory Pages

Each chapter progresses through the lesson topics with guided notes with visual memory triggers, interactive tasks, and graphic layouts that follow the brain-based doodle note method.

In addition to learning the concepts in a creative way that transfers well to long-term memory, students will develop their own budget, draft career paths, create a personal timeline for the financial phases of life, make plans, and set financial goals.

The 6 chapters are:

1: Banking, Budgeting, & Interest

2: Investing, Stocks, & Retirement

3: Taxes

4: Insurance

5: Mortgages, Loans, & Leases

6: Wealth, Worth, & Financial Planning

(See the preview file for the full table of contents by lesson topic.)

You and your students can access the online guided audio lectures that accompany all the lessons in this book at

Doodle notes activate both hemispheres of the brain and lead to increased focus and retention! Because of dual coding theory, the student brain can process the new content more easily through the interactive tasks, visual memory triggers, and opportunities to sketch, color, and embellish!

Printing Options:

* Print as you go: Just select the pages that fit your lesson plans for the week.

* Print the entire file at once and 3-hole punch for student binders. They’ll have a complete financial doodle note book to replace standard notes for the whole year and be able to keep it into young adulthood as a reference.

* Have a print shop / office store bind the pages into hard copies for your students. They’ll love the workbook format!

Check out the preview file to see plenty of sample pages and the entire table of contents for the included lesson topics.

Total Pages
70+ printable student pages plus answer guide, samples, & info (179 pages total)
Answer Key
Teaching Duration
1 Semester
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