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Teaching Money to Kids

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Teaching Money to Kids

  1. 1. Money: Spending and Saving Grades: 2 and 3 Carissa Wilson
  2. 2. Statement of Rational •Click for Video Maclife
  3. 3. Images From The Internet • The following three slides include: – A blog – A podcast – A video for teaching kids about money Milwaukee Mamas
  4. 4. Blog • About Susan Beacham: – Former elementary school teacher – Worked in private banking and investment management – Uses her vast knowledge of money and kids to teach kids http://www.susanbeacham.com/blog/ about money
  5. 5. Podcast • This podcast is by Daniel Britton • Click below to listen
  6. 6. Video • In this Video kids get to see how the design that they see on money is created. Mac and Other Compatibility Issues Please See Link Below http://www.youtube.com/v/-IBHbe-t-X4?hl=en_US&version=3
  7. 7. Internet Resources • The following three slides are agencies and organizations where teachers can find information they can use to teach children about money Preschools 4 All
  8. 8. Internet Resources 1 • What is it? – Treasury Direct Kids is a government website from the bureau of public debt • How can it be used? http://treasurydirect.gov/kids/kids.htm – Games and videos to teach kids about saving money
  9. 9. Internet Resources 2 • What is it? – The “official kids’ portal for the U.S. government” • How can it be used? http://kids.usa.gov/ – Tips on how to save money, games, and videos
  10. 10. Internet Resources 3 • What is it? – Money as you grow is by the President’s Advisory Council on Financial Capability http://moneyasyougrow.org/# • How can it be used? – Activities and advice for teaching kids about money
  11. 11. Kidspiration
  12. 12. Teaching Materials • The following four slides include worksheets that can be used when teaching kids about spending and saving money and using math with money. Preschools 4 All
  13. 13. Teaching Materials 1
  14. 14. Teaching Materials 2&3
  15. 15. Teaching materials 4&5 • Following two • Ways to earn worksheets are money used together with – Doing classroom an activity jobs (chores) • Directions – Getting good – Earn fake money to grades to purchase prizes – Caught doing the – Choice to buy small right thing prize or save for better prize later
  16. 16. Teaching Materials 4
  17. 17. Teaching Materials 5
  18. 18. Subject-Specific Resource • http://illuminations.nctm.or
  19. 19. Uses Of The Internet   • http://www.aplusmath.com/Worksheets/Money.html
  20. 20. Uses of the Internet 2 • http://www.eyewitnesstohistory.com/immigratin  
  21. 21. Web 2.0 • Users “pin” pictures and ideas by categories onto “boards” • Education “board” – Lessons – Topics http://pinterest.com/all/?category=education – Materials
  22. 22. Rubric

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  • Link to Rational Video: https://plus.google.com/u/0/110941763304300469222/posts Picture Citation: http://www.maclife.com/awordfromoursponsors?destination=article%2Fnews%2Fipad_ads_even_more_profitable_iphone_ads
  • Picture Citation: http://milwaukeemamas.com/2011 /05/how-to-teach-kids-about-money/
  • This could be useful because Susan Beacham gives great advice for teaching kids about money. Many of her ideas could be integrated into a lesson. She is a trusted source because of her background in the areas of kids and money. This site is useful for both parents and teachers.
  • This podcast brings up the idea of spend, save and share that we will explore later in a worksheet from scholastic. Picture Citation: https://itunes.apple.com/gb/podcast/financial-literacy-for-kids/id383855515
  • After watching this video, I would have my class design their own money. They will change the design of the one dollar bill. They must decide what American symbols they would include and who’s face they would put on it.
  • Picture Citation: http://www.preschools4all.com/teach-kids-money.html
  • This website is reliable because it is a government website.
  • This is another government based website. It has different categories for different age groups to learn all about many topics including money. There are links for money facts and saving money tips as well as videos and games.
  • This website is very interactive. It allows you to click on the age group that you want to teach and it offers different topics and activities to go along with them. it gives advice for parents but teachers can use the same advice in a lesson about teaching kids to be smart with money.
  • This is a game from Kidspiration where it gives you an item to buy and tells how much money was paid. The kids job is to figure out how much change is needed. They then need to come up with three different ways to make that change.
  • Picture Citation: http://www.preschools4all.com/teach-kids-money.html
  • This worksheets integrates counting money and using greater than, less than, and equal to in the same lesson. The children need to count the coins on each side and then determine if it should be greater than, less than and equal to.
  • These are two books that can be used in a lesson about being smart with money. In To go along with “Trouble with Money”, the students can create their own “Critter Banks” and save fake money that will be discussed in a later slide.
  • Students will use their “Critter Banks” from “Trouble with Money” to save their money.
  • This will be used each week. They need to determine what they will spend, save, and share. This is related to the podcast that was shared earlier.
  • This worksheet will also be used every week when the children have the opportunity to buy something at the class store. They must keep track of what they bought.
  • This is a fun activity that involves using money and math in a real life experience. It can be changed to work for different levels. I have seen a version of this done at my internship. Children will have a menu and as a class they will determine how much each item should be. Second, they must place an order for what they want to eat. Third, they will have to figure out how much they owe and pay it with fake money.
  • you can decide how many problems and which coins to use. The teacher can create different worksheets for students at different levels to help them with what they need to work the most on. At the same time, all of the sheets will be very similar.
  • Teachers will use parts of Immigrating to America, 1905 to have students understand how much $1 was worth back in 1905. I would take parts of the writing and help them understand it.
  • This is a website that allows people to “pin” (or post) pictures and ideas from a variety of categories. There is an education category so a teacher can search for different topic and lessons and get a variety of ideas from other “pinners”.
  • I found this website to be very helpful in terms of rubrics. There are a variety of subject and categories to chose from so the teacher can tailor it to his or her needs.

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