From the earliest age, everyone learns that money is very important. At first, you see your parents using
money to buy things at the store, but as you get older, you see that money is also used for payments you
don't see, like paying the mortgage or the power bill. The things you want also cost money: New clothes,
games, and phones all come at a cost. It's really important to learn from a young age how to manage your
money so that you'll be able to afford to buy the things you want and need.
Fun Money Activities for Kids: There are lots of different ways to learn about how to use
money, from starting a savings jar to helping to buy the ingredients to cook a meal.
Payback: Going to college is really
expensive, and you'll need to be able to pay your way through school while still having a good
experience on campus. Use this tool to practice managing your money through college.
Spent: Budgeting and living within income
is hard even for many grown-ups. Try this virtual experience to see if you can make it through a
month starting with only $1,000 to your name.
a Money Graph: The U.S. Currency Education Program released this lesson plan that can help
you learn about the different denominations of money and how to read a bar graph.
At the end of this lesson, early elementary students will be able to correctly identify coins and
Your Own Business: Lots of kids are interested in starting their own businesses, ranging
from lemonade stands to slime-making popups, and this lesson plan can help you understand the
economics behind being a business owner.
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