Cashing In (UK Coins) http://doorwayonline.org.uk/ Practise selecting coins to make specific sums of money. Levels range from working within 10p to working within £2. Click on the coins in the purse or the hand to add or remove coins. It is possible to show or hide a running total.
Doorway Online is a new collection of free learning activities provided by the Scottish Borders Council. The suite comprises highly accessible educational activities that learners will find easy to use independently.
Each exercise has range of accessibility and difficulty options.
The Mint : Financial Literacy http://themint.org/ The Mint : Financial Literacy
Being money smart goes by many names – financial literacy, personal finance, and money management –
….but it all comes down to this: got any money saved up? Have the feeling that you never have enough money? When you've got money, YOU'VE GOT CHOICES.
Discover how to make the most of your money. You can start right here, right now!
Themint.org is packed with fun activities, games, challenges, quizzes and tests for students and teens, tips for parents, and entertaining programs and lesson plans for teachers.
When it comes to helping kids be money smart, our ideas are minty fresh.
Practical Money Skills for Life http://practicalmoneyskills.com/foreducators/ Practical Money Skills for Life
Financial literacy is a growing problem in our over spending and under earning society. Practical Money Skills For Life is a teacher tested, teacher approved financial literacy curriculum developed by Visa USA that offers an abundance of financial information and learning tools for teachers, students, and parents.
A free Web site designed to help educators, parents and students practice better money management for life.
Resources for students with special needs are also available.
Practical Money Skills for LIfe
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Cyber Currency, Currently http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/lessons/cyber_currency/index.html Cyber Currency, Currently
This mini-unit (set of lessons) uses games, easy explanations, and the "Trading Places" episode of the popular animated series CYBERCHASE to teach kids about financial literacy. Kids learn the value of currency and how to save and earn interest. In a key lesson, kids even get to purchase items in their classroom's general store. It's a fun way to learn the importance of being financially literate!
What Can I Afford? http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/lessons/afford/index.html What Can I Afford?
In this lesson, students will explore the costs of various cell phone plans based on a vignette that appears in the show TV411, Episode #122. The rate structures of cell phone plans represent linear functions that students will compare by graphing in order to determine which plan would result in the greatest savings. Then, students will use these skills to compare checking account options to find the one that best suits their needs. The lesson plan concludes with students comparing various types of banking accounts to determine which one would yield the highest returns if the money saved from the cell phones were placed in different accounts.
Taxes: Where Does Your Money Go? (USA) http://www.thirteen.org/edonline/lessons/m_taxes/index.html Taxes: Where Does Your Money Go?
This lesson looks at taxes from both the big picture and the individual perspective. Students learn about why the government taxes, where the money goes, and how different income brackets pay different taxes. They also learn about their individual responsibility to pay taxes, and that their gross salary does not always reflect what they will actually take home. Finally, the class will examine ways to lower taxes through deductions, retirement accounts, etc.
Currency Gallery http://www.currencygallery.org/ Currency Gallery
This site displays a number of different types of U.S. currency. There is a focus on collecting currency, and on various features of currency.
MoneyInstructor http://www.moneyinstructor.com/ Many young people graduate without a basic understanding of money and money management, business, the economy, and investing. We hope to provide useful tools and information to help educators teach children these skills, while simultaneously supporting an interesting way to help reinforce basic math, reading, vocabulary, and other important skills. MoneyInstructor.com
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Money : 4 2 Explore http://www.42explore2.com/money.htm This web project provides "four to explore" for each topic.
On each page you'll find definitions, activities, 4 good starting points, and many more links and resources for the thematic topic.
In some cases, we've listed more than four websites on a particular topic. For example, we might provide a few for younger readers and others for more advanced learners.
Each school, classroom, and teacher is unique. As such we didn't try to provide specific activities for particular grade levels. Instead we suggest that teachers explore each link, then design specific, developmentally appropriate activities such as discussion questions, small group activities, or webquests to fit the needs of their curriculum.
The links on this site are safe for children.
Bank notes https://www.banknotes.com/ You will find thousands of images of world bank-notes and country specific info. A brief history of paper money. quently asked questions & answers about paper money & banknotes.
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