See our directory on the Money Instructor home page
for additional lessons and lesson plans which may be found
throughout our various money lesson categories, including:
These lessons and printable worksheets will help your
students master concepts of counting
money with coins, whether they are
just beginning to learn to count
coins, or if they need additional
One of the most difficult and basic money
skills is understanding how to make
change, and knowing how much change
you will receive when purchasing an
item or items. Use these
worksheets to help your students learn
how to make change.
Teach and learn about earning money.
Students practice their spending money skills
by using these worksheets and lessons. Spending money is an
interesting topic to use while reinforcing students' basic math
skills such as addition, subtraction, multiplication, and other
skills such as reading comprehension. Also Learn consumer math skills.
Learn how to write a check, make checking
account deposits and withdrawals, and manage and balance your checkbook with
your monthly bank checking account statement. Worksheets, lessons,
and exercises are appropriate for both students involved in learning the
basics about checking, as well as those looking to practice
basic math (addition and subtraction) and problem solving skills.
Use these printable budget worksheets and budgeting
lessons to teach real life basic budget concepts, an important fundamental
money skill. Budget lesson plans and worksheets for teaching budgeting
and consumer math skills.
Lessons and worksheets for teaching and
understanding basic investing and financial concepts.
Personal finance, Money management, Investment education resources.
Economics Lesson Plans
Here we include lessons and worksheets
for teaching and understanding basic
finance and economic concepts.
Including time value of money,
compound interest, supply and demand,
Introduce your students to very
basic economic principles, while
reinforcing other basic skills such as
money recognition and math. Elementary
also include what money is, where it
comes from, and what we do with it.
Earning money, spending money, and
saving money. With the following
lessons, and your review, students
should understand goods and services,
needs and wants, and the difference
between producers and consumers.
MORE LESSON CATEGORIES:
Bills and Dollars
Money Recognition and Identification
Getting and Making Change
Earning and Spending Money
Saving and Investing
Lesson Plans on Money
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