Financial Literacy Lessons and Activities, Grade 3 — Teacher’s Resource, Print

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Give third grade students important life skills by teaching them about money and financial concepts, and how to apply math to the world around them!

This dynamic teaching resource provides reproducible cut-out math manipulatives, reference sheets, and visual aids to support students as they explore real-world lessons and hands-on activities related to earning money at a job, making and following a budget, using credit cards, paying taxes, buying things at a store, and more.

Recipient of a Mom’s Choice Gold AwardFinancial Literacy Lessons and Activities books provide a valuable tool for educators and parents to instill an awareness of money and finance in kids.

Financial Literacy Lessons and Activities for Grade 3 is based on national and state standards and enriches any math curriculum in the classroom or home.

What’s Inside

Financial Literacy Lessons and Activities Grade 3 is based on current national and state standards, and each of the 10 units includes:

  • Teacher overview with a suggested teaching plan, discussion questions, and vocabulary
  • Real-world story that introduces each unit’s theme in the context of real life
  • Cross-curricular activities including vocabulary, reading comprehension, and social studies
  • Math application that presents scenarios using money-based word problems
  • Hands-on activities such as partner and whole-class games and role playing that bring the concepts to life

Valuable teaching tools include these reproducible worksheets:

  • Cut-out math manipulatives such as play money
  • Reference sheets and visual aids such as number charts and balance sheets
  • Glossary of vocabulary words

144 reproducible pages. Includes answer key.

This is a reproducible resource (photocopying of lessons is permitted) for single classroom or individual home use only.


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