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Personal Finance Printables

In this personal finance activity book, students will complete one-page handouts including sing-a-longs, matching, and drawings.
Key Concepts: Budgeting, Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Saving
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Introduction to Kahoot!

Presenter: Andrew Menfi

In this personal finance and economics webinar, teachers will learn how to use Kahoot!, an EdTech tool, in the classroom.
Key Concepts: Incentives
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Scarcity and Resources

In this economics lesson, students will sing and play a game to learn about scarcity.
Key Concepts: Scarcity
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Every Penny Counts

In this personal finance lesson, students will evaluate wants and spending.
Key Concepts: Budgeting, Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis
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Mystery Workers

In this economics lesson, students will identify examples of resources and producers to create goods and services.
Key Concepts: Producers, Productive Resources
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Everyday Opportunities

In this economics lesson, students will use decision-making to learn the costs associated with decisions.
Key Concepts: Decision Making/Cost-Benefit Analysis, Opportunity Cost
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Open for Business

In this economics lesson, students will read a popular children's book to learn about entrepreneurship.
Key Concepts: Entrepreneurs, Goods and Services, Risk and Return
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Hands On Banking 101

Experience and explore the Hands on Banking® program, aligned with Common Core State Standards as well as national and state...
Key Concepts: Saving
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Hands on Banking You and Money

A budget is not a dirty word. Learn how to help students embrace the budgeting process by framing the topic...
Key Concepts: Budgeting, Credit
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