
TEACHING AND
LEARNING SAVING
MONEY WORKSHEET LESSON  PERSONAL FINANCE AND MONEY MANAGEMENT  SAVINGS
ACCOUNT LESSON PLAN  SAVINGS ACCOUNTS  INTEREST RATES 

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A worksheet lesson introducing students to the concept
of a Bank Savings Account.
Also introduces the concepts of Deposit and
Withdrawal.
LESSON LEARNED
Bank Savings Account



OTHER SKILLS
REINFORCED
Addition
Percentages (optional)
Multiplication (optional)



SUGGESTED
GRADE LEVELS
6+
Worksheet is customizable for multiple levels.



Suggested Savings Account Lesson Plan
for this Worksheet A safe and easy way to save your money is with a
bank
savings account. A bank savings account allows you to deposit money
(add money to your account) or withdraw money (remove money from your account)
at any time. In return for keeping your money at the bank, the bank pays
you money, also known as interest.
Interest will be earned on the money you have
on deposit at the bank. Since you may deposit or withdraw money each day,
the bank will calculate how much money you should receive in interest. You
will also receive a periodic statement from the bank listing your deposits,
withdrawals, interest, and account balances. Each bank may pay a different
amount of interest, so it makes sense to look at several banks to decide which
one to use.
For example, if you have $100 and save it in
a bank savings account, and the bank pays 5% interest, then in one year
you will have an extra $5.00 in interest, or $105 in total. Therefore, the
bank paid you $5.00 for saving your money with them.

Savings Account WORKSHEET Instructions
This worksheet is an introduction to a bank
saving account. Students need to fill in the table with the missing
values for each of the problems.
The first column is the beginning savings
amount. This is the amount that will be saved for one
year. The next column is the interest rate that will
be earned that year. The next two columns need to be filled
in by the student. Interest is the dollar amount of
interest earned for the year. The last column is savings
in one year, which is the beginning savings plus the interest
earned. As an option, the interest column may be
automatically filled in, leaving the student only to calculate the
ending savings amount.
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Bank Savings Accounts 
