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If you’re not using exit slips, you really should try them. Basically, you give students a quick prompt at the end of class (or for elementary, at the end of the day or the end of a subject). Then the students have just a couple minutes to write an answer and turn it in. Why … Read More →

Basically, you give students a quick prompt at the end of class (or for elementary, at the end of the day or the end of a subject). Then the students have just a couple minutes to write an answer and turn it in. Why … Read More →

Here's a nice idea for a quick formative assessment of student understanding.

Here's a nice idea for a quick formative assessment of student understanding. Great way to check for understanding throughout the lesson, and love the idea of A,B,C on back for whole-class quick answers.

As the school year draws to a close, we need gifts! Here are some fun student gifts from teachers. They can also be used from students to one another!

As the school year draws to a close around the country, we& all thinking about teacher gifts. While it& popular for children to give their teachers gifts at the end of the school year, but teachers like to give gifts too!

How do you say goodbye to your students at the end of the school year? Check out these 10+ ideas for inexpensive gifts for kids - with love from the teacher!

How do you say goodbye to your students at the end of the school year? Check out these 10 ideas for inexpensive gifts for kids with love from the teacher!

60 Ways to End a Lesson - this huge pack is 70 pages of ideas and teaching strategies for reflection and ending your classroom lesson and maximise student learning. Full list of inclusions listed via this link.

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This comprehensive unit on budgeting features interactive activities to enable students to plan a budget taking into account earned income, expenses and a short-term spending goal. Content This unit comprises of the following activities: Four tasks that facilitate an understanding of what it means to budget wisely. 1.

BUDGETING: FINANCIAL PLANNING AND GRAPHING This comprehensive unit on budgeting features interactive activities to enable students to plan a budget taking into account earned income, expenses and a short-term spending goal.

Pocket Money - financial education - primary Lesson Plans

Pocket Money - financial education - primary Lesson Plans

In these real world activity students plan out their birthday party by buying supplies from the Birthday Boutique while sticking to a budget (2 budgets are included with 2 different layouts).Included are: Birthday Boutique handout-colour and black & white (2 pages) Worksheet Variations (4 pages)It is recommended that younger students use a calculator in most of these activities.This product is not editable Other products you might be interested in:Financial Planning Activities ...

In these real world activity students plan out their birthday party by buying supplies from the Birthday Boutique while sticking to a budget budgets are

Financial Planning Features Activity or Display

This set is great for any classroom looking at financial planning and can be used for a display or an activity. The colour arrows show the features of

Want and Needs, Earning and Saving, money, community helpers and much more!

Parts of this activity could be used to go with the Economics strand, Financial Literacy topic: People earn income by working. "The Berenstain Bears Trouble With Money" by Stan Berenstain could go with this lesson.