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Financial Education

Teacher Notes

Teach your students how to make a spreadsheet to keep track of their income and expenses.

Excel Blog for the Beginner, Intermediate and Advanced User - Spreadsheeto

Personal Monthly Budget Spreadsheet for Excel

Free Household Budget Template - Spreadsheet

My Banking page

My Business Education page

My Calculators & Units of Measurement page

My Consumerism page

My Economics page

My Financial Education Pages

My Insurance page

My Statistics page

My Stocks page

My Tax Information page

Practical Money Skills for Life Lesson Plans

Get to Know the Historical Figures on bills

H.I.P. Pocket Change™ Web Site - Dollar Dive

My Money: U.S. Financial Literacy and Education Commission

MoneyGeek: Money Management and Advice | Financial Planning | Personal Finance Tips | LifeTuner

United States Mint

Kids and Money - Money Instructor

How Bartering Works



NGPF: Next Gen Personal Finance

Unlocking Financial Literacy Awareness With Free Finance & Accounting Tool and Lessons - Emerging Education Technologies

Financial Literacy: A Real & Relevant Way to Meet Math Standards & Develop #MoneySmartKids @InnovativeEdu

Budgeting 101

Financial Education - LiveBinder

Education World: Five Lesson Plans, Resources for Financial Literacy Month

Money Lesson Plans

Free Personal Finance Software, Budget Software, Online Money Management and Budget Planner | Mint budgeting calculator Start your own budget

Living Wage Calculator

Financial Football

Teacher Notes

Many years ago there was a very interesting school project I believe from the state of Oregon. The teacher would pair students up as if they were married.  They had to prepare a budget and plan expenses determined on the jobs and other factors that they imaginarily had.