Money@School student guide

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Money@School is a four-lesson classroom curriculum that introduces middle school students to the basics of personal finance. This 12-page student guide has detailed lesson plans to encourage middle school children to save. Money@School also complements middle school course work with experiential activities and individual and group learning exercises.

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The contents, which are correlated with national curriculum standards for personal finance, math, social studies, economics and English, include:

Lesson 1: Needs are YES. Wants are MAYBE.

How to prioritize your needs and wants.

Lesson 2: Only borrow what you can pay back tomorrow.

The difference between buying with cash and buying with credit.

Lesson 3: Earn it. Don't burn it.

Why you should spend less than you earn.

Lesson 4: Pay yourself first.

The importance of starting a savings habit.

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The Can I Make It on My Own? student guide can be used to encourage teenagers to plan and budget for adult independence. Help youth learn the basics of money management with websites, events, and activity books for all ages.
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