New! Checking Account
5th - 8th
Students keep track of finances in a check register. In this checking account lesson plan, students practice writing checks and deposit slips as they add and subtract decimal amounts in order to balance a checkbook in a register.
Banking Basics Extension 3.3
In this checking account register in the financial life of a teenager instructional activity, students read and solve word problems. Students solve 10 problems.
Banking and Budgeting
Middle schoolers explore personal finance. They investigate spending, saving, and budgeting. Practice writing checks, managing a checking account, and developing a personal saving plan. A great way to bring the real world into the classroom.
Banking 6: Bank Notes And Checks
Why carry around a heavy suitcase full of gold when you can write a check to your neighbor in the village? Sal's village banks flourishes in this video with the introduction of checks, demonstrating how a check essentially works. While this video is helpful for those interested in economics, anyone who is about to gain access to a checking account could use the lesson provided here.
Checking Account Math
Fourth graders work in cooperative groups to add and subtract money. They determine what bills parents have to pay and how parents acquire the money to pay the bills. They discover that a credit is an addition in a checkbook and that a debit is a subtraction in a checkbook.
Money Management Part II: Checking Accounts
Having money is great, learning to manage it wisely is imperative. First, the class has a discussion on the value and convenience of having a checking account. Then, they practice filling out deposit slips, keeping an account register, and writing checks. Tip: Checks aren't used the same way they used to be, it may be a good idea to explain how an account register is used with ATM checking.
Checking Accounts--Financial Education
Eighth graders actively learn all about checking accounts and debit cards. They participate in mock transactions and experience the real life issues of managing money.
The Nitty-Gritty of Checkbooks
Students explore how to maintain a checking account. They control, disburse money, and keep their checking account balance. Through a PowerPoint demonstration, video streaming and hands-on practice, students apply the information given to practical experiences.
Subtraction Practice #2
Do your second and third graders need more subtraction practice? Use a worksheet to help them master their subtraction skills with two digit numbers. The first section involves straightforward subtraction problems, while the second section includes money symbols for your mathematicians to bring into their answers. The problems in the third section are written out for them to solve.
Subtraction Practice #1
Learn how to subtract two-digit numbers. The first section contains 20 problems, all written in the horizontal format, while the second section's problems involve money symbols. The last section has problems that are written out, allowing your second graders to practice solving word problems. You could easily split this resource into three separate activities.
Subtracting Big Numbers, part 2
Get some subtraction practice with a multi-faceted math worksheet. After reviewing two sample subtraction problems at the top of the page, third graders solve for the differences of vertical problems, horizontal problems, and word problems. Additionally, they find the missing number in four completed subtraction problems.
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