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Kindergarten, 1st Grade, 2nd Grade, 3rd Grade, Life Skills, Special Needs
Product Type: Book
Bella Buys a Big Blue Bike! is an introduction to financial literacy for elementary age students and exceptional children. Join Bella on her journey from her first ‘want’ of a new bike, through valuable lessons involving money choices, to finally saving enough money to buy her bike one wonderful sunny morning.
Core Curriculum and TEKS aligned for K - 2 and Exceptional Children. Chapter activities will help your students learn the importance of money management while you discuss:
Want’s vs. Needs
Making a Budget
Identify ways to earn income
Consider charitable giving
See how human capital is related to work
Distinguish between spending and savings
Producers, consumers and profit for a small business
And finally, success and owning a bike! Come along for the ride!
Who is it for?
1st Graders (6 to 7-year-olds)
2nd Graders, (7 to 8-year-olds)
Kindergarteners (5 to 6-year-olds)
Students with special needs or learning disabilities
download textbook, curriculum ready with work sheets and answer key.
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About the Seller
Making Cents of Money
Hello! I am an Assistant Professor teaching Sociology and Government. But my true passion is teaching Basic Money Management! I have curriculum ready text books for k-2nd grade, 5-8th grade, High school/ college, and Special Education. I also invented an educational, reality, money board game! Key to the Front Door is an award winning game, tested and approved for home school, special needs, classrooms, and life skills ages 8 up. The game is available in 5 languages and books are available in Spanish also! Money does NOT have to be hard! Combine the books and the game for a full learning experience (though you do not need the books to play the game)! Everyone can learn through play! How may I serve you?