Fun Financial Education - Dreams Can Come True

Fun Financial Education - Dreams Can Come True

The Financial Fairy Tales are an award winning series of Financial Education books and learning activities. They are designed to help children learn and develop money awareness, tools and values in a fun and entertaining way. Pack 1 - Dreams Can Come True contains a full 30 page, illustrated story book and a selection of fun money related activities differentiated for Key Stages 1 and 2 (ages typically 5-9). Did you know that our money beliefs, values and habits are formed as small children, often under the age of 7? The Financial Fairy Tales are unique in helping teachers and pupils share positive values and beliefs around money. Values such as honesty, charity and responsibility are included along with money tools such as saving, investment and even compound interest. The activities include a variety of literacy and numeracy tasks along with those suitable for PSHE. Perfect for your Financial Literacy lessons, or Money Week activities. The books are set in a medieval realm, with characters such as witches, princesses and knights. They are non currency specific which means they are being enjoyed in many countries around the world. Look out for the other books in the Financial Fairy Tales series.
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Financial Education Key Stage 2

Financial Education Key Stage 2

Fun financial education. Three diverse financial literacy activities. Teaching children values and principles around money. Including ethical and values issues, enterprise, profit and costs, and financial decision making such as risk versus reward.
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Financial Education - Key Stage 1

Financial Education - Key Stage 1

Making learning about money fun. Financial literacy activities including coin recognition, practical maths and considering future dreams and aspirations. Plus simple economic awareness
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Money Education - The Financial Fairy Tales 2 - Magic Magpie

Money Education - The Financial Fairy Tales 2 - Magic Magpie

The Financial Fairy Tales are an award winning series of Financial Education books and learning activities. They are designed to help children learn and develop money awareness, tools and values in a fun and entertaining way. Pack 2 – The Magic Magpie contains a full 30 page, illustrated story book and a selection of money related activities differentiated for Key Stages 1 and 2 (ages approximately 5-9). The main learning themes are Discovering Your Talents, Honesty, Cooperation and Avoiding Get Rich Quick Schemes Did you know that our money beliefs, values and habits are formed as small children, often under the age of 7? The Financial Fairy Tales are unique in helping teachers and pupils share positive values and beliefs around money. Values such as honesty, charity and responsibility are included along with money tools such as saving, investment and even compound interest. The activities include a variety of literacy and numeracy tasks along with those suitable for PSHE. Perfect for your Financial Literacy lessons, or Money Week activities. The books are set in a medieval realm, with characters such as witches, princesses and knights. They are non-currency specific which means they are being enjoyed in many countries around the world. Look out for the other books in the Financial Fairy Tales series.
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Learning About Money - Financial Fairy Tales 3 - The Last Gold Coin

Learning About Money - Financial Fairy Tales 3 - The Last Gold Coin

The Financial Fairy Tales are an award winning series of Financial Education books and learning activities. They are designed to help children learn and develop money awareness, tools and values in a fun and entertaining way. Pack 3 – The Last Gold Coin contains a full 30 page, illustrated story book and a selection of money related activities differentiated for Key Stages 1 and 2 (ages approximately 5-9). The main learning themes are Charity, Saving, Compound Interest & Enterprise Did you know that our money beliefs, values and habits are formed as small children, often under the age of 7? The Financial Fairy Tales are unique in helping teachers and pupils share positive values and beliefs around money. Values such as honesty, charity and responsibility are included along with money tools such as saving, investment and even compound interest. The activities include a variety of literacy and numeracy tasks along with those suitable for PSHE. Perfect for your Financial Literacy lessons, or Money Week activities. The books are set in a medieval realm, with characters such as witches, princesses and knights. They are non-currency specific which means they are being enjoyed in many countries around the world. Look out for the other books in the Financial Fairy Tales series.
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Play The Money Game

Play The Money Game

Fun and simple coin recognition game for Key Stage 1. Pupils play in small groups learning the value of coins, while they practice counting and their mental mathematics. Includes lesson plan, starter Powerpoint and downloadable game sheets.
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Money IQ test

Money IQ test

Students can test their financial awareness and money IQ then study an e-learning module on Payday loans. Themes include what is APR, what are payday lenders and what is a credit score?
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