This resource provides students with the basic concepts and the reality of entrepreneurship. It lists the personal qualities successful entrepreneurs have and it encourages people to gain experience in their venture by first working for someone else in the field of their interest to gain relevant experience.
Students will work through real-life scenarios, group discussions, and other activities designed to teach valuable money management skills and help them take control of their finances.
This website offers an online game which includes activities that will guide students through real-life scenarios and other activities designed to teach valuable money management skills and help them take control of their finances.
The Hands on Banking? program is an interactive financial-literacy curriculum for students. This teacher?s guide is designed for the Kids? (grades 4 and 5) curriculum of the program. The "Budgeting" section is page 20. The "Savings and Checking" Guide and the "Credit and You" sections are on pages 35 and 60 respectively. The Hands on Banking program was developed to teach both the basics of good money management and the skills needed to create a brighter financial future. The lessons examine financial concepts and decision-making through illustration, real-life problems, and mathematical computation.