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Celebrating Financial Literacy Month

Celebrating Financial Literacy Month

Can you remember the first time you use money? It may have been counting coins for school lunch or at a yard sale. Did anyone explain the importance of being financially responsible? 

It's Financial Literacy Month and the perfect reminder that it's never too early to teach children the importance of Financial Literacy!  But, don't worry it's also NEVER too late to  learn about financial literacy so if you haven't started today is a perfect day to start. 

We have several products to help teach essential Financial Literacy concepts such as:

  • methods of payment - credit cards, debit cards, checks
  • credit and interest
  • needs vs. wants
  • spend or save
  • goods and services
  • income or gift
  • save, spend, donate, invest
  • ways to earn income
  • job skills
  • financial institutions
  • tips for financial success
  • charitable giving

In addition, you can use the content-rich pieces for instruction, for reference, and to support core learning standards.

Financial Literacy for Kids Bulletin Board

The pieces in this set are interactive teaching tools. They are great for use in small groups, where students can have hands-on manipulation of the pieces. They are also perfect for use under a document camera to teach/demonstrate concepts to the entire class. They also work well in a pocket chart or center.

  • Perfect for grades 1-3
  • Bulletin board set also includes an instructional guide with bulletin board ideas, classroom activities, and a reproducible

Financial Literacy for Kids 6-Book Convenience Pack

 

Our Financial Literacy for Kids book series helps young learners on the to become financially responsible. With the help of Financial Literacy for Kids book series. With the help of the famous characters Cat and Dog (from our Learn to Read book series), children will become familiar with financial literacy core competencies, such as earning, spending, saving, borrowing, and investing. Story topics will help children become more knowledgeable and improve their understanding of financial products, services, and concepts, empowering them to make informed choices. Through Cat and Dog's approaches to financial choices, and with a bit of humor thrown in, children will become more aware of the dos and don'ts for future financial success.

Enjoy a FREE DOWNLOAD of our I Can Do It! Multiplication Bundle

Also, check out our NEW 2021 eCatalog on the website here!



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