Money Munchkids has a homeschool curriculum that is perfect for educating younger learners about financial literacy and money management. The goal of Money Munchkids is to teach learners about basic financial terms and principles in order to provide a sound foundation for the financial responsibilities that await them as adults.
The lessons were created by national and international teachers and support five national and international education standards. There are are 35 lessons (about 30-45 minutes each) that incorporate all seven learning styles. The lessons are also dyslexia friendly and autism approved by the AHA.
The learner workbooks contain over 200 pages of versatile and interactive activities suitable for all learning styles! The topics include: barter and trade, the history of money, income, types of jobs, bank accounts, ATMs, checks, debit cards, credit cards, interest, budgeting, needs versus wants, expenses, resources, supply and demand, investing, taxes, charity, and donation.
To learn more, please visit their website.
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