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#### Practical Money Skills: Decisions and Goals

Equip teenagers with the knowledge they need to make well-founded and well-rounded financial decision, both now and in their economic future.

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#### Practical Money Skills: Loans and Expenses

A dollar saved is a dollar earned—but what about a dollar spent? Guide young financial wizards through important economic decisions in their near future.

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#### Practical Money Skills: Banking Services

Provide high schoolers with personal finance skills that they can take to the bank! A set of lessons incorporate consumer math and practical economic skills to teach learners about the best ways to build their credit scores.

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#### Practical Money Skills: Consumer Knowledge

How much do your high schooler really know about personal finance? Guide them around some common mistakes and pitfalls of the economic system with a set of helpful finance lessons.

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#### Describing Egypt Virtual Tours

Save money. Avoid long flights and massive crowds. Virtual tours of some of Egypt's most famous await in a collection that permits viewers to explore the tombs and temples of pharaohs, gods, and goddesses of ancient Egypt. WebVR with...

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#### Common Core Math: 3rd Grade

Looking for all things third grade Common Core math? Here is the collection you've been waiting for! Third grade math curriculum is rigorous and opens up the doors to bigger algebra concepts that learners will use their entire lives....

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#### Consumer Math

Comprehensive lesson plans on everyday use of consumer math for students in 9th, 10th, 11th, and 12th grade.

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#### All About Money

Few topics engage young mathematicians as much as learning about money. Through a series of shared readings and hands-on activities, children explore the US currency system, learning how to count money and calculate change as they create...

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#### Banking 16: Why target rates vs. money supply

Using dual diagrams and workspaces, Sal provides a thorough explanation of target rates and money supply. Your class will appreciate his anecdotal approach to explain how interest rates are set, and how it affects potential "consumers of...

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#### Currency Effect on Trade Review

For about the first six minutes Sal reviews the hypothetical global trade scenario from the last video in detail, changing a few numbers to make for a cleaner example. He continues the scenario to demonstrate how the natural ups and...

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#### Money in the Piggy Bank

It's time to crack open that piggy bank and see what's inside. First, count up the pennies, nickels, dimes, and quarters, identifying what fraction of them are dimes. Then calculate the total value of the coins, writing another fraction...

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#### Money and Inﬂation: A Functional Relationship

What is the difference between money and bartering, and how is money valued when considering inflation? Delve into the correlation between these fundamental components of economics with this detailed resource, which consists of reading...

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#### Money Creation

How is money created? Watch this simple visual representation to give beginning economics learners a basis of understanding before moving to more complex topics.

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#### Money Skills

Young mathematicians learn to make sense out of money with this collection of skills practice worksheets. From identifying the different coins and bills in the US currency system, to counting money and correctly using the dollar and...

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#### Money Responsibility

Introduce young learners to the important life skill of responsibly managing money and recording how much they spend and save.

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#### Review of China-US Currency Situation

This short clip is essentially just a review of what Sal has discussed in previous videos about the China-US trade situation. He goes over all the details, discussing the trade imbalance and the way the Chinese government keeps the Yuan...

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#### How Do You Spend Your Money?

Fifth graders examine ways to save and spend money. They look at ways that people earn, save, and spend money using chapters from Tom Birdseye's Tarantula Shoes. They add and subtract decimals to fill in a worksheet entitled, "Is It a...

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#### Chapter 13: Money and Banking

Where does money come from? If your class can't answer this question (beyond "my parents"), this presentation will be a timely and appropriate way to teach them. Details about currency, money supply, and the banking system, help explain...

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#### Working with Coins #2

Practice money math with a helpful worksheet. Illustrations of coins, along with word problems, keep second graders focused on adding and subtracting different amounts of money. An excellent homework assignment to reinforce your money...

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#### Working with Coins

Count the correct change with a money math worksheet! Given certain coins, second and third graders add and subtract amounts of money to find the correct change. The worksheet uses pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, half dollars, and...

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#### Adding Coins to Make a Dollar

A centers-based lesson challenges mathematicians to count coins to make one dollar. Rotating through four stations, scholars complete a worksheet, work with real or play money to find several coin combinations, check for understanding...

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#### Episode 9: Functions of Money

Have you ever traded a cow for a car? Scholars analyze the functions of money and what it stands for in the ninth installment of a 21-part Economic Lowdown podcast series. They listen to a short podcast and imagine a world where...

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#### Money Math Match

Learners hunt for the classmate who holds a bag of coins equal in value to theirs, study that different combinations of coins can represent the same amount of money and practice using coins to represent a set value in different ways.

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#### Money

Which coins do you need? Scholars are faced with a challenge: using only three coins they must find the exact amount needed for six items. The coins are standard US currency and are pictured at the top, however their value is not listed....