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FINANCIAL LITERACY WITH ENTREPRENEURSHIP
APPROACH: EXPERIENTIAL AND INTEGRATED
CONTENTS:
PRESCHOOL
1. Recognition of money (size, shapes, value)
2. Sorting money based on size, shapes, value
2. Uses of money (buying things, paying for nannies salary, telephone bills, etc)
GRADES 1 AND 2
1. Review of PS lessons
2. Counting money
3. What items can a coin/money buy, e.g. lollipop, pencil
4. Putting together coins/money to come up with a bigger value (e.g. how many 25
cents can make 1 peso)
GRADES 3 AND 4
1. Review #s2 - 4 of G1 -2 lessons
2. Earning money; concept of allowance, earnings for doing tasks at home, wage,
income, chores, entrepreneurship
http://www.investopedia.com/university/teaching-financial-literacy-kids/teachingfinancial-literacy-kids-earning-money.asp
3. Wise spending; needs and wants
GRADES 5 AND 6
1. Review #s 2 -3 from 3 -4 lessons
2. Goods and services; Goods from services
http://www.investopedia.com/university/teaching-financial-literacy-kids/teachingfinancial-literacy-kids-goods-and-services.asp
3. Needs and wants
http://www.investopedia.com/university/teaching-financial-literacy-kids/teachingfinancial-literacy-kids-needs-and-wants.asp
4. Entrepreneurship
- What it takes to be an Entrepreneur
- Business Idea, Business Dream, Business Vision, Business Concept
GRADES 7 AND 8
1. Review of Goods and services; Needs and wants
2. Spending Choices
http://www.investopedia.com/university/teaching-financial-literacy-kids/teachingfinancial-literacy-kids-spending-choices.asp
3. Saving for Short-term goals
http://www.investopedia.com/university/teaching-financial-literacy-kids/teachingfinancial-literacy-kids-saving-shortterm-goals.asp
4. Saving accounts
http://www.investopedia.com/university/teaching-financial-literacy-kids/teachingfinancial-literacy-kids-saving-accounts.asp
5. Entrepreneurship
- What it takes to be an Entrepreneur
- Business Idea, Business Dream, Business Vision, Business Concept
- Executive Summary
- Business Plan
- Starting a Business
GRADES 9 AND 10
1. Money (history, importance)
2. Value of Money (different currencies' exchange rates); purchasing power
3. Earning Money
4. Needs and Wants; Spending Choices
5. Good and Services; Goods from Services
6. Saving
7. Investing
8. Entrep
- What it takes to be an Entrepreneur
- Business Idea, Business Dream, Business Vision, Business Concept
- Executive Summary
- Business Plan
- Starting a Business
- Financing a Business
- Startup Challenge
- Startup Jobs
FINANCIAL LITERACY
1. http://www.investopedia.com/university/teaching-financial-literacykids/teaching-financial-literacy-kids-what-money.asp
ENTREP REFERENCE
2. http://www.teachingkidsbusiness.com/entrepreneurship-program.htm
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