Resources for Teachers
As the cost of college continues to outpace inflation, and the average student graduates with evergrowing student loan and credit card debt, college students face an increasingly greater “need to know” when it comes to personal finances.
High school students face a growing list of real personal finance decisions from purchasing a first vehicle, to saving for college, to signing a credit card agreement. These lesson plans help provide personal finance education for teens. A credit report lesson plan is included in the workbook on credit.
The following lessons provide guidance, lesson plans and activities for teachers interested in introducing children in pre-k, kindergarten, and first grade through sixth grade to early personal finance concepts. Lessons are broken up into pre-k to second grade and third grade to sixth grade. Children in grades three through six are capable of managing small amounts of money. They can divide their money into several categories, including “spend,” “save,” and “give.”
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About The Author
In his 40-plus-year newspaper career, George Morris has written about just about everything -- Super Bowls, evangelists, World War II veterans and ordinary people with extraordinary tales. His work has received multiple honors from the Society of Professional Journalists, the Louisiana-Mississippi Associated Press and the Louisiana Press Association. He avoids debt when he can and pays it off quickly when he can't, and he's only too happy to suggest how you might do the same.