Financial Literacy for Everyone
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  • "I believe a course in Practical Money Skills should be a required course for all students in Middle/Junior/High School."

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Roadmap for Educators

Roadmap for Educators
Discover the wide array of free resources on Practical Money Skills and how to use them in your classroom.
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Avengers Comic Teaches Kids About Money
Choose Spider-Man or Nova for a fun lesson about personal finance for your child or student.
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Summit 2014

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Special Needs

Lessons: Special Needs
Approved by the Council for Exceptional Children, these lesson plans enable students with learning disabilities to gain important personal finance skills. Educators can choose from a variety of teaching materials and customize them to meet individual students' learning needs.




Special Needs

Teacher's
Guides
Student
Activities
Presentations Title
Lesson 1: Making Decisions
Lesson 2: Making Money
Lesson 3: Budgeting Your Money
Lesson 4: Shopping Wisely
Lesson 5: Living on Your Own
Lesson 6: Banking Services
Lesson 7: Understanding Credit
Lesson 8: Cars and Loans
Lesson 9: Protecting Your Money
Lesson 10: Savings and Investing
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