Includes the following 11 activity units:
Activity #1: Bills, Budgets, and Bank Accounts
In this simulation, your students must work with every aspect of Cary Cash’s personal finances including maintaining his checking account, paying bills, making purchases, using credit and insurance, budgeting, and much more.
Activity #2: Buying the Basics
Your students already spend a lot of their money on food and clothing. So whether its fast food or fine dining - fads or fashions - or just plain grocery shopping, these activities will teach your students to get the most for their money.
Activity #3: My Budget
Most of us have limited incomes so we need to learn to budget successfully. These activities will teach your students the budgeting skills they’ll need so they don’t end up with more month than money.
Activity #4: My Credit
Your students will use credit throughout their lives - from credit cards to car and home loans. These activities will teach your students the nuts and bolts of using credit so they make credit a tool and not a trap.
Activity #5: My Insurance
Insurance is a necessity we don’t like to think about or spend our money on. These activities will teach your students to understand their health, life, and property insurance so they know what to expect when the unexpected happens.
Activity #6: My Money
Money makes the world go round and your students have to learn how to make their money work. From checking accounts, to savings accounts, to stock and bonds, these activities will teach your students to spend, save, and invest their money wisely.
Activity #7: My Paycheck
What we make is not what we get to keep and that is just one of the many lessons your students will learn from these activities about getting paid.
Activity #8: My Place
Whether its an apartment with a roommate or buying their first home, these activities will teach your students the skills they need to live in a place of their own.
Activity #9: My Wheels
Whether it’s a car, truck, or motorcycle, these activities will teach your students about the costs of buying and owning a vehicle.
Activity #10: Shopping Smart
Your students spend money every day on the things they want and need. These activities will teach them to shop smart so they get the most for their money.
Activity #11: Trivia Time
These trivia games are not trivial. They’ll teach your students the fundamentals of personal finance while they compete against each other.