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#### Using Banking Services

Using a bank is a privilege and a responsibility for young consumers. Teach them the important terms and details about creating accounts, using an ATM, and maintaining a credit card.

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#### Hands on Banking

Cha-ching! You just hit the jackpot with this interactive consumer math unit. Supported by a series of online lessons and activities, these lessons engage students in applying their math skills to real-life personal finance problems...

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#### To Rent-to-Own or Not to Rent-to-Own?

Explore the key elements of a contract with your young adults, and delve into the features and unique benefits of a rent-to-own contract through discussion and worksheet practice.

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#### Home Sweet Home: Purchasing a Place

While the process of buying a home can certainly be overwhelming, give your young adults a leg up for their future by introducing them to the components of a mortgage, as well as exploring the basic concept of credit and how to become...

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#### Bunny Money

Teach your class about saving, spending, and goal setting with a story about a couple of bunnies who went shopping and related activities. Learners keep track of the bunnies' spending, practice identifying long- and short-term savings...

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#### The Case of the Shrunken Allowance

An allowance is an important thing! Make sure your kids know how to save and spend their own money. Using the book The Case of the Shrunken Allowance as a starting point, this plan covers income, spending and saving, counting, and more.

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#### Credit Cards

Choosing your first credit card can often be an intimidating and confusing experience for young adults. Give your pupils the foundational knowledge they need for tackling this process head-on, including learning to distinguish different...

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#### Worth!

Before loaning a friend money, what factors would you consider and why would you lend it? Your young economists will face questions like these in a lesson on banking, profit, risk, and reward, which includes the reading of the book...

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#### Banking Services

From writing and depositing checks to comparing ATM and debit cards, pupils develop financially savvy practices and build foundational knowledge of the financial service products available through banking institutions.

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#### Percent Word Problems

Take young mathematicians' understanding of percents into the real world with this series of word problems. Involving a variety of contexts from calculating scores on math tests and savings account interest, to determining sale prices...

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#### By George!

What better way to learn about George Washington and other United States presidents than with a fun board game? Learners review the accomplishments of Washington's administration through a collaborative board game, as well as draw...

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#### The Fed’s Toolbox

This instructional activity is packed with instructional material and activities on the Federal Reserve System, monetary policy, and the relationship between bank reserves, interest rates, employment, and price stability.

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#### The Car Deal Package

Buying a car is no easy task, and can have major long-term consequences if done without proper financial knowledge. Ensure your learners are prepared with the information and criteria for comparing different car deals and signing contracts.

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#### Debt Loops Rationale and Effects

Now that scholars understand more of currency imbalance and artificially suppressed currency, Sal discusses motivations of the different actors. He briefly touches on the difficulty of unwinding a cycle like this once it has begun....

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#### Chinese Central Bank Buying Treasuries

The first several minutes of this clip are a review of the hypothetical China-U.S. trade scenario Sal mapped out in previous videos. Then, he begins to further outline how the Yuan can resist appreciation because of interference by the...

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#### Interest (Part 2)

Another example of simple interest and compound interest (compounded yearly) is explored in this video.

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#### Debt Loops Rationale and Effects

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#### The Importance of Managing Your Finances

Here is lesson three of a larger unit that uses the game Karma Tycoon to explore personal finance. Learners apply math skills to a real-life situation by discussing the loan interest rates commonly used with grants, loads, and credit...

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#### Identity Theft & Consumer Protection

This presentation discusses two very important consumer-related topics: identity theft and financial contracts. The first part of the slide show illuminates ways in which personal information can be stolen and used for fraudulent...

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#### What is the Formula for Compound Interest?

View this tutorial for more than just a description of the formula for compound interest! An instructor goes through a problem, showing how to find simple interest and compound interest. After she completes each version, she explains the...

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#### How Do You Use the Formula for Simple Interest?

I=prt is the formula for simple interest. What does each variable represent? I =interest, p =amount originally invested, r =rate of interest (usually in percent), t =time. Now all you have to do is plug in the numbers and do the...

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#### What is the Formula for Simple Interest?

I=prt is the formula for interest. What does each variable represent? I =interest, p =amount originally invested, r =rate of interest (usually in percent), t =time. Now all you have to do is plug in the numbers and do the calculations.

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#### Who Wants to Spend $20,000?

Who wouldn't want $20,000 to spend? But, the question becomes, what do you spend it on? Learners discuss loans, interest, and making adult-like financial decisions. They role-play a scenario that depicts the choices of a girl who took...

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#### Loan Amortization - Mortgage

Upper graders explore the connection between interest and principal. They use an amortization schedule to determine the amount of principal paid vs interest on a $100,000 home loan. Fourteen discussion questions and a research-based...