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FINANCIAL FITNESS FOR LIFE: 3-5: STUDENT EXERCISE BOOK Theme 1: Why Education Pays Off : Learn Something (Earning an Income) Exercise 1.1: Jobs, Jobs, Jobs Exercise 1.2: I Have Human Capital Exercise 2.1: Get Goods and Services in Carter City Exercise 2.2: Urban Mouse, Rural Mouse Exercise 2.3: Recognizing Opportunities Exercise 2.4: Entrepreneurs Want to Earn a Profit Exercise 3.1: Taxes Provide Goods and Services Exercise Check Up: Objective, Short, and Long Response Questions Theme 2: Tomorrow’s Money: Getting to the End of the Rainbow (Saving) Exercise 4.1: The Grasshopper and the Ant: A Fable About Saving Exercise 4.2: Plot Diagram Exercise 4.3: The Grasshopper and the Ant: Chapter 2 Exercise 5.1: Wants, Wants, Wants Exercise 5.2: Wants, Now and Later Exercise 5.3: My Saving Goal Exercise 5.4: My Saving Plan Exercise 5.5: Decision-Making Grid Exercise 5.6: Saving Options Exercise 5.7: Savings Account Register Exercise 5.8: Savings Account Activity Exercise Check Up: Objective, Short, and Long Response Questions Theme 3: Spending and Credit are Serious Business (Spending and Credit) Exercise 6.1: Spending Diary Instructions Exercise 6.2: We Consume Goods Exercise 6.3: Alike and Different Exercise 6.4 What? How Often? Who? Exercise 7.1: Wish List: Exercise 7.2: Decisions! Decisions! Exercise 8.1: Write a Check Exercise 8.2: For the Record Exercise 8.3: Methods of Payment: Pros and Cons Exercise 9.1: Using a Debit Card Exercise 9.2: Using a Credit Card Exercise 9.3: More on Credit Card Payments Exercise 9.4: Using a Money Order Exercise 9.5: Using an ATM Exercise 9.6: Oops! Exercise 10.1: Familiar Symbols Exercise 10.2: That’s a Fact, Jack Exercise 11.1: Bigger, Better, Cheaper??? Exercise 11.2: How Do They Compare? Exercise 12.1: Whom Do You Trust? Exercise 12.2: Tracking Trust—A Play Exercise 13.1: To Lend or Borrow? Exercise 13.2: Benefits and Costs Exercise Check Up: Objective, Short, and Long Response Questions Theme 4: Get a Grip on Life (Money Management) Exercise 14.1: The Tale of Terrance Exercise 14.2: The Tale of Terrance Continues Exercise 15.1: The Andersons’ Income and Expenses Exercise 15.2: Managing the Morris’s Way Exercise Check Up: Objective, Short, and Long Response Questions Steps to Financial Fitness contains 15 action-oriented lessons where students make decisions about earning an income, saving and spending, using credit, and budgeting. Lessons include background information, preparation materials, student activities, and assessments to promote active learning. All lessons are tied to standards for personal finance, economics, literature, and mathematics literacy. A Student Workbook highlights topics covered in each lesson and a Parent's Guide allows for additional reinforcement in the home. A companion website offers further information on the series and sample activities. Sample activities include: Understanding why income varies among individuals Differentiating between fact and opinion in advertisements Role playing the buying and selling of goods and services Exploring payment methods
Financial Fitness for Life: Parent's Guide Grades 6-12 (Spanish) - ISBN 156183565X
Financial Fitness for Life: Parent's Guide K-5 Spanish - ISBN 1561835390
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