6th Grade Personal Finance (BizKid Video Series)
Lesson1: What is Money/Currency?
Students must first open Word and Create a Money Journal with Name.
What is Money?
What is Currency?
Explore $Money from Around the World
Pick a country and then tell about their currency.
Finally, watch Part I, & II of google ppt. and fill in blanks on your test study guide
Lesson2: Spend 1 Million dollars and What's Your Money Personality?
Millionaire Questionaire.PDF T/F PDF also shows Balance Sheet/Net Worth (Assets - Liabilities = Net Worth Chart) - Teachers Notes: millionaire_lesson_teacher_edition.pdf
2:00 sec. Eps. 104 EQ: Rebecca opened store because she loved it so much. She got rewarded later in life. What rewards are you willing to wait for in life and what would you sacrifice for it? BONUS: What are 4 things you can do with your money?
What can you do with $1 M. ?
Show Video: What are 4 things you can do with your money
What is the first thing you want to do when you get your money?
Are you itching to go to the mall or the movies to spend it, or do you want to save it?
Would you describe yourself as being obsessed with bargains, in need of designer goods, or unaware of how you spend your money?
Ask? Why learn your spending personality? ... spending Personality: http://bizkids.com/clip/sketch-wizard-of-odds Eps.501
What kind of spender are you? http://www.themint.org/kids/what-kind-of-spender-are-you.html
Pass out the Long-term Financial Goals - Arrow Worksheet: On the back answer "How do you spend your time?" - for HW; turn in tomorrow
Look at the PDF worksheet and fill out: money_personalityEps501.pdf
Remind students they need to fill out a "How I spent my time today" worksheet for tomorrow's lesson.
Lesson 03 : Setting Financial Goals the S.M.A.R.T. way. How do you spend your time? Next (Play the Opportunity Cost - Around the room Game)
1:13 Goals... SMART (Specific, Measurable, Achievable, Realistic -Relevant, Timely)
EQ: Setting good goals: Explain what each letter represents in the acronym S.M.A.R.T. Now tell me one goal that you have that is a SMART goal.
Next, Talk about goals and then have students open: M1054 - Get To My Goal Worksheet.pdf (Large arrow showing how Long-termGoals are achieved with Short-term Goals)
Pass out all the cards for the game Eps. 106
Lesson 04: Budgeting (Mr. and Mrs. Martin)
Before we build a house, we know we need a firm foundation.
Q: Is there something you want that you need money for?
Do you get paid an allowance or do you have some source of income?
Have you ever ran out of money? ie... at Six Flags, shopping for cloths,
Could it be a lack of planning?
We have choices everyday what we do with our time and even our money
Explain Income vs. Expenses
At time we have to cut back and save (sacrifice)
What happens if we write a check and their is not enough money in our checking account to cover the check we write?
How do we lose our reputation?
What is creditability?
What is credit?
We can build and lose credit (creditability) with others and lenders
Example: If I borrow a pencil and don't give it back enough times, you will stop letting me borrow a pencil.
Lets go to : http://www.handsonbanking.org/htdocs/en/k/ and click on Budgets and look at why we should do a budget.
HW: Have you lost creditability with anyone in your family that you need to right that wrong?
1) With a Parent or Adult: formulate a budget (the student's) for the last 30 days of income and expenses. This shows an accounting of the money spent or saved
2) On their Own: repair their credibility/reputation with at least one person that they did not follow-thru on a commitment, pay back a favor or debt, or return an object/money to someone from whom they borrowed. Then share with the class what the other persons reaction was and how they personally felt repairing their "credit"ability (ha ha) play on words- discuss how developing this character trait can impact them in their future financial security, career success and credibility in money and with their relationships.
Lesson 2 of Budgeting:
Students complete online budget from (handsonbanking.org - kid version) and print budget
Teacher continues with ppt - student fill-in blanks
Discuss: NEEDS vs WANTS; INCOME vs EXPENSES; TRADOFFS ; OPPORTUNITY COST
Kids keep a spending diary; parents can do the same.
2:24 Boxing and having control of you budget
1:24 Budgeting for Ringtones? (not that good)
1:11 (not that good)
:28 (not that good)
|2:39 What happens if you were not to keep track of your expenses?||2:30 Why is it important to keep your expenses low?||2:38 Explain some of the difficulties with running your own business.||1:09 Income - Expenses = Profits|
|1:08 Making a Budget (good intro)
EQ: What is the importance of setting a budget?
|3:21 What is the importance of setting a budget?||3:49 Genuine Life Records Company.
What is the importance of setting a budget?
Personal Finance (Meet me at the Mall) - learn about scams and Internet Safety
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How are you implementing or practicing what you are learning about financial literacy in your life today and how will it impact your life in the future in the following three ways: (1)your career, (2) family, and (3) community (Total 5 paragraph essay)?
What changes in your child's life have you observed due directly to what they have been learned about financial literacy at Crews? Have you noticed anything different like spending habits, or any deeper interest in finances and money? Have they talked about money or giving differently due to the class? What would it have been like if you were taught this information at their age? Have you made changes or has your thinking been impacted from this finance class and in what ways?
On screen timer: http://www.online-stopwatch.com/eggtimer-countdown/full-screen/
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How do I create a Prezi Presentation?
Setting goals is a great way to distinguish you from about 97 percent of the rest of the world. Yes, if you set goals your are going to be in the top 3 or 4 percent of the world's population who never set goals. Even better than that is writing down your goals and then making a plan to achieve it. In the "Quest for Money" game, you will find yourself making a clear goal and then battling down the path to achieve it.
This is a challenge to set goals and manage your money to meet those goals.
Take the challenge. See if you can survive just ONE month on your own!
Over 14 million people are unemployed. Now image you are one of them.
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Coffee Anyone? Purchase supplies,
create your coffee recipe, set your price... and start selling!
Jump$tart's Reality Check
Okay . . . we won't bore you with details. We simply want you to imagine how you want to live once you're on your own. Will you buy a car? Where will you live? Do you go to the movies or sports events most every weekend? Remember, it's your life, you can do whatever you want . . . OR CAN YOU?
Imagine the possibilities . . . then fill in your choices on the next page, and get ready for a Reality Check! Chances are you'll be surprised at how much your so-called dream life will cost.
Once you've indicated your choices, we will show you what income you'll need to live the life you want. We'll even give you a list of careers that support your lifestyle. Now that's cool.
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In this story, you are going to earn some money for your school by making wise decisions about your money.
Monopoly: Monopoly electronic banking.
Become a millionaire in 14 days.
Objective: You have 2 weeks to travel the world, buy low, sell high, earn rent, and maneuver your way to the top. How rich can you get?
Hints and tips: Click on the Buy Button to purchase a Property or luxury item. When you see a Property's Market Price is higher than what you'll pay, that's probably a good deal!
Travel: Sometimes it's better to travel quickly, because you have more opportunities to buy. Sometimes it's a good idea to take a slower route when you want to collect more rent.
Luxury items: Luxury items may not earn rent, but everyone wants them and they are often worth a lot more when you decide to sell them.
Portfolio: If you ever want to know what you're worth, have a look at your portfolio. It tells you your total NET worth.
Other Games to try:
Play these fun Monopoly online games and become a business strategy game expert. Start developing your strategy when playing Monopoly against your friends.
Piggy Bank Adventure by
T. Rowe Price
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Pursue your passion in life!
Answer the following
about your career:
1. What career did you select and what is you career all about?
2. What is it that makes your career special and proud of selecting that career?
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