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3rd Grade Personal Finance (Financial Literacy) Unit, Projects, Task Cards
This interactive notebook is 100% aligned to the Texas 3.9 Personal Financial Literacy TEKS with everything you need to prepare your students for the STAAR exam.
This is a great unit to teach your students about making wise financial decisions. It is never too young to embed these concepts. Besides several engaging activities, I have included a challenging and creative personal finance enrichment project menu and task cards for reviewing these concepts.
My students have loved these activities, grasped the concepts easily are are always eager to learn more.
Some of the Topics Include: Human Labor and Human Capital Borrowing Money, Credit and Interest Supply and Demand Saving for College and Starting a College Fund Wants and Needs Budgeting Charity And so much more....
Who is it for?
4th Graders (9 to 10-year-olds)
Gifted & talented students
3rd Graders (8 to 9-year-olds)
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