Love task cards? This product is for your classroom!
Increasing student transition skills are essential for students to have successful and independent lives once they graduate. Financial Literacy is a huge component in making sure that students are able to care for themselves and lead financially responsible lives. These task cards can be done in a variety of ways. The following are some ideas about how to utilize them in your classroom.
Financial Literacy Notebook- Start a financial literacy task card notebook. Make copies of the task cards add two or three to one page to print. Pass out a task card each day. Have students glue the task card into a notebook and then write their answers below.
One a day – pull one task card each day to discuss with students. Most are open-ended and allow for students to talk openly about what they think the answer may be. It also may be helpful to discuss how to find the answers if students don’t know.
Game it Up- use the task cards split them up among students in teams. Give students a certain amount of time to answer as many as they can. Whichever team answers the most correct, wins!
This set includes 60 task cards all financial literacy based. The task cards span questions about banking, credit, loans, credit cards, APR's, budgeting, checking account mistakes, and MUCH more!
For easy storage, you can put each task card set on a ring, or in a sandwich sized ziplock back for easy storing.
Created by Primarily Au-Some (C) 2018
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