Money and Financial Skills
Recommended for students ages 12-16.
Money and Financial Skills is a fun, practical course that helps students achieve academic standards in Language Arts, Math, Economics, and Applied Technology.
Study of this course prepares students to save money wisely, invest for the future, avoid debt, and be smart consumers in real-world lessons that help students set practical financial goals, create personal budgets, compare banks, and explore ways to save and invest.
Student Guide (90 pages)
This workbook-style Student’s Guide provides 10 real-world lessons that help students set practical financial goals, create personal budgets, compare banks, and explore ways to save and invest.
Leader’s Guide (150 pages)
The Money and Financial Skills Leader’s Guide provides detailed lesson plans for delivering a balanced financial literacy course that teaches students to earn, save, spend, and invest wisely. Supplemental hands-on activities in each lesson allow the curriculum to be expanded to provide 20-30 hours of instruction.
This curriculum is also aligned with the national standards in personal finance published by the Jump$tart Coalition for Personal Financial Literacy.
Weight: 7.6 lbs