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1. A Penny Saved is a Penny Earned - Students will develop the understanding of how money is an intricate part of every day life.
2. Buying vs. Renting- In this lesson, your basic economic decision making skills will be used to weigh the pros and cons of home ownership, and to analyze housing options.
3. Car Shopping- The world is full of goods, things that people can buy or share. Throughout the world, different people have different ideas of how to distribute, or give out, goods.
4. Changes in Change- Today's lesson will sharpen your money counting skills and introduce you to some new coins.
5. Count and Round Money - Make Change. Play a game to foster mastery of concept.
6. Decimal Values and Money - The students will be able to recognize and identify each coin and its value.
7. Earnings, Spending, and Saving Money - The learner will count money with different coins up to totals of one dollar.
8. Exploring Money - I wanted students to be able to look at the money by themselves, but also be able to talk to others about it, so think-pair-share was the perfect structure for this lesson.
9. Exploring Use and Function of Coins - Kids will investigate a penny, nickel, dime, and quarter -identify and explain similarities and differences between the coins.
10. Fun With Counting Coins - Learn to distinguish the coins quarter, penny, nickel, and dime.
11. Four Dollars and Fifty Cents- In this lesson, students use the book, Four Dollars and Fifty Cents, to discover ways that creditors can obtain payment from reluctant debtors.
12. FUNNY MONEY- The purpose of this(one day) lesson is to stress the importance of good attendance, student promptness, and overall student responsibility.
13. Going Shopping! - TLW create different sets of coins for a given value by using the money stamps.
14. Identifying Money - Students will be able to determine the value of a collection of different bills and coins.
15. Introducing Money- Learn the coin rap and coin values.
16. Introduction to Canadian Coins - An introduction to new centers store & Canadian currency sorting and patterning station.
17. Is the Price of Gasoline Really Too High?- Planning any road trips this summer? Maybe to the lake or a new city. How about a national park or even an amusement park?
18. Let's Talk Turkey: The Cost of Thanksgiving Dinner- Have you ever wondered what it costs to prepare a traditional Thanksgiving meal of turkey, stuffing, sweet potatoes, pumpkin pie, cranberries, and other goodies?
19. Microsoft Excel Budget Project - Students will be able to determine Gross Pay, Annual Taxes, and Net Pay.
20. Money Doesn't Grow on Trees- In this lesson, you will explore the ways people get money. Then you will create a plan for earning extra money.
21. Money Identification - Visually Identify money, label each denomination with proper values and addition of various types of currency.
22. Money is What Money Does- Throughout history, a wide variety of items have served as money.
23. Money Madness - The students will be able to find the amounts of simple combinations of the coins together.
24. Money Makes Cents - Learning to identify coins by name and value.
25. Money Management - Students will be able to gain an understanding of Budgets, saving and life choices through basic math.
26. Mr. Popper's Penguins- This lesson addresses the issue of credit, focusing on the importance of wise credit decisions, the risks lenders face, the role of interest or finance charges, and the credit user's responsibility to repay.
27. On The Money- In this lesson, students explore what money is and how it differs around the world.
28. Pennies Make Cents- Students will review the history of trade before money and will investigate the history of money.
29. Percentages in Money - How percentages are used in the various daily exchanges of money.
30. School Store - Students will also be able to make simple change based on individuals purchasing items of set values and given simple dollar counts.
31. Should I Use Cash or Credit?- To use or not to use credit for a major purchase is an important decision.
32. Teaching Money- Students will be able to identify coin/money values. Students will be able to write amounts of money.
33. The Berenstain Bears' Trouble with Money- Students read about the cubs' spendthrift ways and how Mama and Papa Bear teach them to earn and save. Students learn about figures of speech, and they create "critter banks" in which they can begin to save.
34. The Changing Face of Money- In this lesson, students play a game to guess which objects have been used as money throughout history.
35. The Hundred Penny Box- After reading The Hundred Penny Box, students compare how people save money in financial institutions. Students analyze the advantages of regular saving and how savings grow with compounding.
36. The Price is Right! - hat students will gain an understanding of what a profit is and how to make a profit rather than loose money.
37. This Little Piggybank Went to Market- This lesson provides students with the opportunity to learn about saving money and banking.
38. Time Value of Money- Suppose your brother or sister owed you \$500. Would you rather have this money repaid to you right away, in one payment, or spread out over a year in four installment payments?
39. What Do You Know About Money? - Students will break up into small groups to complete handout puzzle on "What do you know about money."
40. What Would You Work Hard For?- Young children should begin to learn about the concept of value and why some items are considered more valuable than others.
41. What's My Interest?- In this lesson, you will learn about interest and about how and why banks pay it.
42. Who's Fine Face? - The learner will identify money and it's value; count groups of money and write the amounts up to 100 cents.
43. Yard Sale- After the teacher reads Yard Sale, the class discusses spending decision of the animals in the story. Students learn a decision-making process and how to identify their opportunity cost.