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Financial Literacy and Money Skills

Teachers: Money skills are an important part of the math curriculum and students' future success. Here are some great lessons, activities and ideas for Financial Literacy Month (April) and beyond.

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Financial Literacy and Money Skills

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money game - Hot glue some coins to about 20 popsicle sticks. Write "Kaboom" on about 5 sticks. Kids play in groups of 2-4. When it's your turn, you pull out a stick. You add the coin values and tell the amount. If your partner or group members agree with you, you get to keep the stick. If you pull a Kaboom stick you have to put all of your sticks back in the cup.

Second Grade Style: Money, Money, Money

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Classroom Freebies: Coin Popsicle Stick Puppets

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Why Students in Oklahoma Have a Brighter Future: For the first time, the state's graduating high school students must demonstrate a basic understanding in 14 areas of personal finance. #cee #finlit #economics #education

Why Students in Oklahoma Have a Brighter Future

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Parts of a dollar - 3 flap book

RegionVI&IVCAT - Foldable Basics

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It's Your Right: Lesson about consumer protection laws for high school students #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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The Three C's: Cash, Credit, Check: Lesson about payment options for elementary school #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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Parts of a Paystub: Lesson about understanding paystubs for high school students #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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Paying for College: High school lesson about different ways to pay for college #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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Bring on the Budget: Lesson about budgeting for high school students #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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Why Do We Need Money? Anchor Chart

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When I Grow Up: Lesson about the relationship between income and careers for elementary school #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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Protecting Yourself From Risk: Lesson about insurance for high school students #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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Planning for the Future: A lesson about financial planning, saving, and investing for high school students #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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Ready, Set, Goals: Lesson about setting short and long-term goals for elementary school #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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Savvy Spenders: Lesson about smart spending choices for middle school #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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Borrowing Bucks: A lesson about loans for high school students #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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What Goes Up Must Comes Down: Introductory lesson about the stock market for high school students #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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Free financial education activities for grades K-12 #pathwaytofinancialsuccess #discover #weareteachers

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