This short, 48 paged booklet is an incredibly insightful guide is easy to read and use as a reference guide, O.M.G.: Official Money Guide For Teenagers is perfect for young adults, aimed for 10-18 year old's, and is a great resource for those who want to become money smart early!
This comprehensive, easy to carry reference guide to independent living puts essential information at your finger tips!
This book will help parents, caregivers, and teachers guide their young adults to develop financial skills and THINK about money differently.
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The pocket sized cash management workbook for teens & adults!
This heralded new book assists students transitioning into adulthood, as they model four distinct stages. As your students play the game, they'll receive paychecks for completed activities. Progressing through the simulation, they'll learn how to pay bills, balance their accounts, and plan for future responsibilities.
The text deals with earning money, keeping checking and savings accounts, and using credit and loans.
Cashe Cache' is a beginning personal finance organizer designed to teach teens (and pre-ttens) the skills that they will need to get and stay on target towards a bright financial future.
Using forms reproduced in the activity text, they deposit their weekly pay, write checks for bills and purchases, withdraw money for daily expenses, and keep a check register.
Students learn to: recognize coins and common bills, count amounts in different combinations, and make change. Included are: answers, reinforcement activities, a pretest, and a posttest This resource may be used with individuals or with groups.
The youths develop monthly spending plans. A Family Money Management Game
The Math in Everyday Life - Teacher's Guide features suggestions, chapter notes, and answers.
Build youths' confidence while preparing them to be financially independent