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PSHE and Life Skills - Money

PSHE and Life Skills - Money

**A set of resources linked to money and life skills. ** The pack contains the following: A worksheet on deals that children may see in shops - the children must decide if the deals are good or bad deals A powerpoint linking to good and bad deals A worksheet where the children must estimate how much every day items cost A powerpoint linking to estimating the cost of items and showing the children how much things actually cost An activity where the children must match the money/finance word to the definition The pack is useful for introducing real life spending and money to children. This could be done through a life skills or PSHE lesson.
alicepoole1
Numeracy: Bundle 1

Numeracy: Bundle 1

This bundle contains twenty assorted books and puzzles to help improve numeracy. There are drill questions on basic arithmetic, division by multiples of 10 and 100, fractions,percentages, rounding, significant figures, foreign exchange and time passages; integer puzzles, cryptarithms, crosswords, Sudoku puzzles. Books A2,B2 and C2 from the "Five minute fifty" series are included. The pack contains hundreds of photocopiable worksheets and thousands of questions. Save £20 on the normal retail price - more when purchased during a TES sale.
mathsmutt
Personal Finances - Savings

Personal Finances - Savings

Students understand the importance of saving for the future by looking at how a Current Account works, a brief description of the main savings accounts and an analysis of Needs v Wants. Links to Barclays LifeSkills - You can tailor this to suit your own needs. I have used the Budget Game which is produced by Barclays as the lesson that follows this - hence why I have linked a homework piece for this lesson to help prepare students for this.
paulfaci
Financial Awareness & Money Management Activity Day

Financial Awareness & Money Management Activity Day

As part of my role I have personally introduced a ‘Financial Awareness & Money Management Day’ which is aimed at educating students in the importance of managing their finances and teaching them the significance of budgeting and proactively managing their finances. I believe that is my responsibly as a teacher to introduce the students to the realities of life and educate them in more than just the curriculum so that when they leave our school they can become mature and responsible members of our society I have ran the event for the past six years and it involves year 9 students being broken down into mixed ability groups, given a budget and the task of planning their perfect school leavers prom. They are responsible for planning the venue, marketing, catering, entertainment and every other element of their school prom – with one important rule, they cannot go over budget. As with real life though there are ‘unexpected’ windfalls and setbacks that can affect their budget, meaning they either have to cut back and re-budget or can afford to buy that little extra luxury! The students can also earn their team some extra cash by winning quizzes and tasks that we have throughout the day – students are given problems to solve and also have to use the internet to research and answer questions related to the financial industry, including the different products and services they offer. Students are able to gain a further understanding of the world of finance and the types of services that are available, whilst competing to earn a reward for their group. At the end of the day we give out prizes to the winning group and also reward those students and groups who have worked particularly well throughout the day.
cgillon87
A lesson in Cryptocurrency

A lesson in Cryptocurrency

A complete lesson in Cryptocurrency for beginners. From bartering with animals and grain to digital currency.... money has taken an incredible journey over time! The most recent phenomena in the world of finance is Cryptocurrency; but can it actually be considered as money? How does it work and what is all the hype? All these questions and more are tackled in this captivating lesson resource. Includes group and pair activities, printable slides for worksheets, and teacher notes (including timings). This lesson has been designed to last 90 minutes, but can easily be adapted to suit the teachers requirements.
abrooks
The Bank of England Wordsearch Puzzle Sheet Keywords Settler Starter Cover Lesson Business Banks

The Bank of England Wordsearch Puzzle Sheet Keywords Settler Starter Cover Lesson Business Banks

Wordsearch Puzzle sheet on the theme of 'The Bank of England'. Powerpoint so can be used on the board or printed as a worksheet. Includes space for students to explain the keywords and suggested extension activities. Can take 10 minutes or an hour, depending on which activities the students complete. Ideal for the start of a lesson, a quick filler, a homework, part of a cover lesson or as a plenary on the board with a whiteboard pen. The idea behind these is to get students to become more literate and think independently about the words that could be used to describe the topic being taught. The repetition of the word over and over as they look for the word is useful in remembering the terms. Often the students will pick up on things that you would not normally expect!
mikedean
Being smart with your smartphone. A fun lesson plan on money, digital services and internet safety

Being smart with your smartphone. A fun lesson plan on money, digital services and internet safety

Had enough of dull and dated lessons? Give your students skills they need in everyday life with this fun lesson plan on money, digital services and internet safety. It’s not just calls and texts you pay for through your phone. Just like the cash in your pocket, phones can be used to pay for things. Charging the cost of something to your phone bill or pay-as-you-go credit is a popular way to pay. This lesson will make young people aware that it is possible to spend money through a smartphone, how this can happen and how to use these services responsibly. This lesson was created by us, the Phone-paid Services Authority. We are the UK regulator for content, goods and services charged to a phone bill or pay-as-you-go credit. They include directory enquiries, voting on TV talent shows, donating to charity by text or downloading apps on your mobile phone. Lesson Objectives • To understand that it is possible to spend real money through a smartphone • To identify situations that will cost real money and those that will not • To understand what to do in these situations and where to get help and advice Target audience 8 - 11 year olds
PhoneBrainCampaign
PHSE( why people go to work)

PHSE( why people go to work)

This powerpoint helps you understand about future plans and budgeting and also it tells you why people go to work. it also contains tasks and group activity. this powerpoint is good for year 7 and 8.
sybyl2004
Taking Calculated Risks: GCSE Business

Taking Calculated Risks: GCSE Business

GCSE Business lesson: Taking Calculated Risks For the Edexcel Exam board This PowerPoint could be used as a full lesson and includes attached activities, challenging and thoughtful questions, learning objectives and embedded URL links where appropriate and tasks/information for students to use to learn about issues relating to Taking Calculated Risks. These resources work well with other popular Business Resources such as: What is Enterprise? Business Essay Feedback Minimum Pricing
MissSahdev