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Students select which bank would best meet their needs. In this lesson on personal banking, students write a summary stating which bank and bank accounts best suit their own needs.
Young scholars explore money. In this money instructional activity, students gain knowledge on how to save, invest, and spend money. Young scholars participate in an activity where they must decide how to use their money. Students then compare the different ways they used their money.
In this checking account register in the financial life of a teenager instructional activity, students read and solve word problems. Students solve 10 problems.
Students examine how a checking account enables them to record spending and keep a budget in balance. They discover how to write a check and fill out a bank deposit slip, and then how to balance a bank statement with a check register.
Polish the writing skills of your emerging writers by eliminating run-on sentences in their work. Discuss the ways to correct run-ons before releasing your class to work on this 20-sentence learning exercise independently. An answer sheet is also included.
In this banking services worksheet, students complete the page packet of activities to identify banking services and answer related questions.
Learners use the internet to gather information on saving money. They describe the history of money and the responsibilities of the United States Mint. They list their own personal goals and keep a journal as they operate a lemonade stand.
Second graders use The Berenstain Bears' to learn about money management. In this money management lesson, 2nd graders read The Berenstain Bears' Dollars and Sense book and complete the 'Rainy Day' worksheet. Students then discuss the economic concept of managing money and write proverbs about managing money. Students practice writing money and complete the 'Find the Difference' worksheet.
How do grown ups do it? Teach your upper graders the ins and outs of personal finance by having them use their algebra skills to balance a checkbook. They examine the financial side of math, set up a checking account, and balance their spending and income using a spreadsheet. Wonderful!
Pupils engage in a lesson plan on how to use an ATM, or Automated Teller Machine. They see how to bank with an ATM and practice banking using several different types of transactions. This lesson plan includes a teaching worksheet to practice using the ATM.
Students learn how to write checks and reconcile a checkbook. In this check book lesson plan, students use an imaginary $100 to set up a checking account after learning the proper tasks for keeping an accurate check book. They fill out at least four checks and make one deposit while keeping an accurate check register and reconciliation sheet.
Students, after defining and reviewing the extensive list of vocabulary words on the board, examine various banking systems and terms (loans, interest rates, investments, mortgages, etc.). They also show mastery of this task by conversation/role play practice.
Students investigate what happens to money after it is deposited into an account. In this banking instructional activity, students discuss the benefits of having a savings and a checking account. They investigate how checks are cashed or deposited.
Students study cash control systems, such as checking accounts, endorsing checks, and writing checks. They verify and then reconcile a bank statement. They journal about a bank service charge or dishonored check and establish a petty cash fund, make payments from a petty cash fund, and replenish a petty cash fund.
Students are introduced to cash control systems including checking accounts, endorsing and writing checks. In groups, they define a bank statement and practice how to read them. To end the lesson, they discover how to create a petty cash fund and how to make payments to the account.
Twelfth graders simulate balancing checkbooks by applying required mathematical operations. They examine newspaper ads from banks and compare various services they offer. They discuss the uses of credit and debit cards.
Students study the role of banks, lending and their services. In this analysis lesson, students learn about savings, checking accounts and lending and the importance of banks as financial intermediaries.
In this math worksheet, pupils solve the problems that involve linear equations. They substitute the values given for each variable.
Students discover the significance of positive and negative numbers when working with money. In this addition and money lesson, students connect positive and negative numbers to money, solve practical examples together, and practice the concept individually.
Pupils examine the basic need for money and the circular flow of resources between households, businesses, government, and financial institutions. They discover how money gets into circulation and how it facilitates the production of goods and services by listening to the "life of a dollar bill".