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Our Pre K-2nd Grade
Personal Finance Curriculum
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Based on State Standards Set by the Department of Public Instruction. Designed to be easy and accessible for even the busiest of teachers.
Rooted in the themes of generosity, our curriculum is perfect for those schools looking to teach a moral understanding of how money can be used to help the greater good.
Perfect for the personalized curriculum and real-world education that makes homeschooling so rewarding.
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Unit 1: What is Money?
CONSUMERS AND PRODUCERS
Students will understand the core concept of how goods are bought and sold from producers to consumers.
TYPES OF MONEY
Students will learn there are a variety of ways to pay for goods and services including cash, card, phone and more!
WANTS AND NEEDS
Students will differentiate between good and services that are essential vs non-essential.
Unit 2: Financial Mindset
Students will explore the variety of ways to earn money and relfect on their own interests and future pursuits.
Students will learn how to be smart spenders through a variety of techniques such as product reviews, price comparison and budgeting.
Studnets will learn the value of saving money over a long period of time for something special.
Students will explore the variety of ways they can give back to others in the community.
Unit 3: Our Money Online
OPENING A BANK ACCOUNT
Students will learn the benefits of storing money with a bank account or credit union.
Students will learn the important concept that when we purchase things online, we are spending real money.
Students will learn how to keep track of expenses when paying using digital transactions.
Unit 4: Credit and Debt
BORROW VS. BUY
Students will learn how to evaluate the benefits and risks of borrowing money or saving up for something big.
DANGERS OF DEBT
Students will learn how debt can lead to overspending and long term financial stress.
Unit 5: Risk and Insurance