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With a passion for developing financial capability in young people, the money resources below are designed to help teachers save time, hassle and hours of planning. These curriculum based quality marked resources have been helping teachers deliver effective personal finance lessons to KS1 and KS2. I hope you find them affordable and useful. I'd also appreciate your feedback on any downloads. Thanks a mill!

With a passion for developing financial capability in young people, the money resources below are designed to help teachers save time, hassle and hours of planning. These curriculum based quality marked resources have been helping teachers deliver effective personal finance lessons to KS1 and KS2. I hope you find them affordable and useful. I'd also appreciate your feedback on any downloads. Thanks a mill!
Spending and Budgeting Lesson Plan for KS1
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Spending and Budgeting Lesson Plan for KS1

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This teaching resource (lesson plan, presentation slides and worksheets) for ages 6 to 8 will help pupils learn why we need to pay for things and why we need to set a budget when we are spending money. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Prioritise what they spend money on Understand the concept of budgeting and make saving decision. With just 5-10 minutes of preparation needed, the lesson plan consists of: [A] Teaching guide with: A list of required resources & materials – most of which, are provided Clearly defined learning objectives and outcomes Step-by-step teaching instructions Suggested teaching scripts with links to relevant presentation slides, and discussion questions Activities and corresponding photocopiable worksheets Homework/extension worksheets - to further enhance the lesson and challenge your students with real-life scenarios that provide practical money management skill-building opportunities. [B] Colourful presentation slides - to supplement your classroom teaching and engage the pupils [C] Pre and post evaluation questionnaires - to help you measure the effectiveness of this or any other financial literacy programme. This lesson plan is intended for use in a range of settings, by educators who want to address basic money management issues, or add financial literacy to their curriculum and range of skills taught. It may be particularly relevant if you are a: Teacher After-school educational services provider Homeschooler Youth worker Format: 5 PDF Documents: Lesson Plan/Teaching Guide Presentations slides 1 Pre-Evaluation Questionnaire 1 Post Evaluation Questionnaire 2-Page Pre/Post Evaluation Questionnaire Guide. If you’ve found this resource use, I’d appreciate if you can provide some feedback. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in other money topics for KS1, we’ve also got the following lesson plans with exactly the same format. KS1 Money & the Exchange of Money KS1 Where Money Comes From KS1 Where Money Goes KS1 Spending Money and Budgeting KS1 Basic Risk and Return KS1 Making Personal Life Choices KS1 Implications of Finance
Free Spending and Budgeting Lesson Plan for KS2 to KS3
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Free Spending and Budgeting Lesson Plan for KS2 to KS3

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This spending and budgeting lesson plan is a teaching resource for key stage 2 to Key stage 3. It explains the concept of budgeting, spending wisely and saving towards a goal. By the end of the lesson, your students should understand: (1) the concept of budgeting, spending wisely and goal-setting (2) the core components of a budget and how to create one and (3) why saving is a priority and that we may need to save if there isn't enough money for everything we want or have to buy. It consists of 2 different budgeting activities to cater for younger and older children, accompanied by worksheets and answers. Format: PDF Pages: 11 pages.
Where money Comes From KS1 Lesson Plan
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Where money Comes From KS1 Lesson Plan

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This teaching resource (lesson plan, presentation slides and worksheets) for ages 6 to 8 will help pupils learn where money comes from by recognising different sources of money, both predictable (i.e. from a job or allowance and unpredictable - a gift or winnings). Pupils will begin to learn how adults get money regularly and begin to use purchasing power to make decisions about earned money. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Recognise different sources of money. Recognise that working (which adults do) is a constant source of money. Understand the characteristics of certain jobs. With just 5-10 minutes of preparation needed, the lesson plan consists of: [A] Teaching guide with: A list of required resources & materials – most of which, are provided Clearly defined learning objectives and outcomes Step-by-step teaching instructions Suggested teaching scripts with links to relevant presentation slides, and discussion questions Activities and corresponding photocopiable worksheets Homework/extension worksheets - to further enhance the lesson and challenge your students with real-life scenarios that provide practical money management skill-building opportunities. [B] Colourful presentation slides - to supplement your classroom teaching and engage the pupils [C] Pre and post evaluation questionnaires - to help you measure the effectiveness of this or any other financial literacy programme. This lesson plan is intended for use in a range of settings, by educators who want to address basic money management issues, or add financial literacy to their curriculum and range of skills taught. It may be particularly relevant if you are a: Teacher After-school educational services provider Homeschooler Youth worker Format: 5 PDF Documents: Lesson Plan/Teaching Guide Presentations slides 1 Pre-Evaluation Questionnaire 1 Post Evaluation Questionnaire 2-Page Pre/Post Evaluation Questionnaire Guide. If you’ve found this resource use, I’d appreciate if you can provide some feedback. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in other money topics for KS1, we’ve also got the following lesson plans with exactly the same format. KS1 Money & the Exchange of Money KS1 Where Money Goes KS1 Looking After Your Money KS1 Spending Money and Budgeting KS1 Basic Risk and Return KS1 Making Personal Life Choices KS1 Implications of Finance
Money and the Exchange of Money Lesson Plan for Key Stage 1
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Money and the Exchange of Money Lesson Plan for Key Stage 1

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This teaching resource (lesson plan, presentation slides and worksheets) is an introductory lesson to money for key stage 1 (ages 6-7, Year 2, Grade 1). It helps children begin to develop an understanding of the concept of money as a system of exchange. Children will learn to recognise money in note and coin form and understand that they have different values. The lesson also introduces them to foreign currency. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: - Recognise and identify 1p, 2p, 5p, 10p, 20p, 50p, £1 (old and new) and £2 coins; as well as £5, £10, £20 and £50 notes. - Recognise coins that are not used in the UK. - Use role-play to exchange goods for coins, and be able to count out the right amount of change. With only 5-10 minutes of preparation needed, the Money and Exchange of Money lesson plan consists of: (a) Teaching guide with: - A list of required resources & materials – 90% of which, are provided - Clearly defined learning objectives and outcomes - Step-by-step teaching instructions - Suggested teaching scripts with links to relevant presentation slides and discussion questions - 5 Activities and corresponding photocopiable worksheets - 2 Homework/extension worksheets to further enhance the lesson and challenge your students with real-life scenarios that provide practical money management skill-building opportunities (b) 24 Colourful presentation slides - to supplement your classroom teaching and engage the pupils (c) Pre and post evaluation questionnaires to help you measure the effectiveness of this or any other financial literacy programme. This lesson plan is intended for use in a range of settings, by educators who want to address basic money management issues, or add financial literacy to their curriculum and range of skills taught. It may be particularly relevant if you are a: - Teacher - After-school educational services provider - Homeschooler or -Youth worker. Format: 5 PDF Documents 19-Page Teaching Guide 24 Presentations slides 1 Pre-Evaluation Questionnaire 1 Post Evaluation Questionnaire 2-Page Pre/Post Evaluation Questionnaire Guide.
Money Lesson Plans for Key Stage 1 (KS1)
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Money Lesson Plans for Key Stage 1 (KS1)

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Fun to teach and easy to prepare, the Money Lesson Plan Bundle for KS1 will help you deliver meaningful lessons with Just 5-10 minutes of Prep! Great for your money week or financial education lessons. It consists of: Lesson Plans/Teachers Guide (split into 8 topics*) - that include detailed lesson plans, teaching scripts, money worksheets and activities to help you deliver effective and practical financial education classes to pupils age 6 to 7+. Plus: 132+ colourful presentation slides Extra activity/homework sheets for each lesson Editable parent letters Pre and post evaluation questionnaires. Topics include: Money & the Exchange of Money Where Money Comes From Where Money Goes Looking After Your Money Spending Money and Budgeting Basic Risk and Return Making Personal Life Choices Implications of Finance Format - PDFs (Simply Print & Go) - Easy for you, Effective and Fun for the classroom. Note: All of the topics are also available for download as individual lesson plans for adhoc use.
Implications of Finance Lesson Plan for KS1
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Implications of Finance Lesson Plan for KS1

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This teaching resource (lesson plan, presentation slides and worksheets) for ages 6 to 8 elaborates on the idea of values as a relative concept. It will help pupils understand the consequences of having less or more money by knowing that value is relative. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Recognise that people in different countries have different incomes. Understand that value is relative (with regard to income). With just 5-10 minutes of preparation needed, the lesson plan consists of: [A] Teaching guide with: A list of required resources & materials – most of which, are provided Clearly defined learning objectives and outcomes Step-by-step teaching instructions Suggested teaching scripts with links to relevant presentation slides, and discussion questions Activities and corresponding photocopiable worksheets Homework/extension worksheets - to further enhance the lesson and challenge your students with real-life scenarios that provide practical money management skill-building opportunities. [B] Colourful presentation slides - to supplement your classroom teaching and engage the pupils [C] Pre and post evaluation questionnaires - to help you measure the effectiveness of this or any other financial literacy programme. This lesson plan is intended for use in a range of settings, by educators who want to address basic money management issues, or add financial literacy to their curriculum and range of skills taught. It may be particularly relevant if you are a: Teacher After-school educational services provider Homeschooler Youth worker Format: 5 PDF Documents: Lesson Plan/Teaching Guide Presentations slides 1 Pre-Evaluation Questionnaire 1 Post Evaluation Questionnaire 2-Page Pre/Post Evaluation Questionnaire Guide. If you’ve found this resource useful, I’d appreciate if you can provide some feedback. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in other money topics for KS1, we’ve also got the following lesson plans with exactly the same format. KS1 Money & the Exchange of Money KS1 Where Money Comes From KS1 Where Money Goes KS1 Looking After Your Money KS1 Spending Money and Budgeting KS1 Making Personal Life Choices KS1 Implications of Finance
Where Money Goes Lesson Plan for KS1
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Where Money Goes Lesson Plan for KS1

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This teaching resource (lesson plan, presentation slides and worksheets) for ages 6 to 8 will help pupils learn how money is spent, based on needs and desires. Using role play, they will become familiar with how adults spend money on household expenses. By the end of the lesson, they should be able to use reasoning and decision making to differentiate between needs and wants. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Use reasoning and decision making to differentiate between needs and wants Recognise that adults have to spend money on things like household expenses. With just 5-10 minutes of preparation needed, the lesson plan consists of: [A] Teaching guide with: A list of required resources & materials – most of which, are provided Clearly defined learning objectives and outcomes Step-by-step teaching instructions Suggested teaching scripts with links to relevant presentation slides, and discussion questions Activities and corresponding photocopiable worksheets Homework/extension worksheets - to further enhance the lesson and challenge your students with real-life scenarios that provide practical money management skill-building opportunities. [B] Colourful presentation slides - to supplement your classroom teaching and engage the pupils [C] Pre and post evaluation questionnaires - to help you measure the effectiveness of this or any other financial literacy programme. This lesson plan is intended for use in a range of settings, by educators who want to address basic money management issues, or add financial literacy to their curriculum and range of skills taught. It may be particularly relevant if you are a: Teacher After-school educational services provider Homeschooler Youth worker Format: 5 PDF Documents: Lesson Plan/Teaching Guide Presentations slides 1 Pre-Evaluation Questionnaire 1 Post Evaluation Questionnaire 2-Page Pre/Post Evaluation Questionnaire Guide. If you’ve found this resource use, I’d appreciate if you can provide some feedback. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in other money topics for KS1, we’ve also got the following lesson plans with exactly the same format. KS1 Money & the Exchange of Money KS1 Where Money Comes From KS1 Looking After Your Money KS1 Spending Money and Budgeting KS1 Basic Risk and Return KS1 Making Personal Life Choices KS1 Implications of Finance
Making Personal Life Choices Lesson Plan for KS1
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Making Personal Life Choices Lesson Plan for KS1

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This teaching resource (lesson plan, presentation slides and worksheets) for ages 6 to 8 will help pupils learn about making decisions with money. Students will learn the basic money management principle: save a third, share a third and spend a third. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Know how to use their money with thoughtfulness Be able to discuss the value of money and its various uses. With just 5-10 minutes of preparation needed, the lesson plan consists of: [A] Teaching guide with: A list of required resources & materials – most of which, are provided Clearly defined learning objectives and outcomes Step-by-step teaching instructions Suggested teaching scripts with links to relevant presentation slides, and discussion questions Activities and corresponding photocopiable worksheets Homework/extension worksheets - to further enhance the lesson and challenge your students with real-life scenarios that provide practical money management skill-building opportunities. [B] Colourful presentation slides - to supplement your classroom teaching and engage the pupils [C] Pre and post evaluation questionnaires - to help you measure the effectiveness of this or any other financial literacy programme. This lesson plan is intended for use in a range of settings, by educators who want to address basic money management issues, or add financial literacy to their curriculum and range of skills taught. It may be particularly relevant if you are a: Teacher After-school educational services provider Homeschooler Youth worker Format: 5 PDF Documents: Lesson Plan/Teaching Guide Presentations slides 1 Pre-Evaluation Questionnaire 1 Post Evaluation Questionnaire 2-Page Pre/Post Evaluation Questionnaire Guide. If you’ve found this resource use, I’d appreciate if you can provide some feedback. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in other money topics for KS1, we’ve also got the following lesson plans with exactly the same format. KS1 Money & the Exchange of Money KS1 Where Money Comes From KS1 Where Money Goes KS1 Looking After Your Money KS1 Spending Money and Budgeting KS1 Making Personal Life Choices KS1 Implications of Finance
Looking After Your Money Lesson Plan for KS1
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Looking After Your Money Lesson Plan for KS1

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This teaching resource (lesson plan, presentation slides and worksheets) for ages 6 to 8 will help pupils learn why it is important to keep money safe, and about how to do so (i.e. through the banking system). They will also learn about keeping financial records and how that goes hand in hand with keeping money safe. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Define what a bank is and understand its functions Explain how and why it is important to keep money safe Explain why it is important to have financial records. With just 5-10 minutes of preparation needed, the lesson plan consists of: [A] Teaching guide with: A list of required resources & materials – most of which, are provided Clearly defined learning objectives and outcomes Step-by-step teaching instructions Suggested teaching scripts that support the presentation slides, and discussion questions Activities and corresponding photocopiable worksheets Homework/extension worksheets - to further enhance the lesson and challenge your students with real-life scenarios that provide practical money management skill-building opportunities. [B] Colourful presentation slides - to supplement your classroom teaching and engage the pupils [C] Pre and post evaluation questionnaires - to help you measure the effectiveness of this or any other financial literacy programme. This lesson plan is intended for use in a range of settings, by educators who want to address basic money management issues, or add financial literacy to their curriculum and range of skills taught. It may be particularly relevant if you are a: Teacher After-school educational services provider Homeschooler Youth worker Format: 5 PDF Documents: Lesson Plan/Teaching Guide Presentations slides 1 Pre-Evaluation Questionnaire 1 Post Evaluation Questionnaire 2-Page Pre/Post Evaluation Questionnaire Guide. If you’ve found this resource use, I’d appreciate if you can provide some feedback. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in other money topics for KS1, we’ve also got the following lesson plans with exactly the same format. KS1 Money & the Exchange of Money KS1 Where Money Comes From KS1 Where Money Goes KS1 Spending Money and Budgeting KS1 Basic Risk and Return KS1 Making Personal Life Choices KS1 Implications of Finance
Basic Risk and Return Lesson Plan for KS1
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Basic Risk and Return Lesson Plan for KS1

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This teaching resource (lesson plan, presentation slides and worksheets) for ages 6 to 8 will help pupils learn: what happens when money is lost or stolen what that means for the money we have left. It will also provide an insight into how banks give interest on money when it is put into a savings account. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to: Understand and deal with the consequences of losing money List the benefits of keeping money in a bank. With just 5-10 minutes of preparation needed, the lesson plan consists of: [A] Teaching guide with: A list of required resources & materials – most of which, are provided Clearly defined learning objectives and outcomes Step-by-step teaching instructions Suggested teaching scripts with links to relevant presentation slides, and discussion questions Activities and corresponding photocopiable worksheets Homework/extension worksheets - to further enhance the lesson and challenge your students with real-life scenarios that provide practical money management skill-building opportunities. [B] Colourful presentation slides - to supplement your classroom teaching and engage the pupils [C] Pre and post evaluation questionnaires - to help you measure the effectiveness of this or any other financial literacy programme. This lesson plan is intended for use in a range of settings, by educators who want to address basic money management issues, or add financial literacy to their curriculum and range of skills taught. It may be particularly relevant if you are a: Teacher After-school educational services provider Homeschooler Youth worker Format: 5 PDF Documents: Lesson Plan/Teaching Guide Presentations slides 1 Pre-Evaluation Questionnaire 1 Post Evaluation Questionnaire 2-Page Pre/Post Evaluation Questionnaire Guide. If you’ve found this resource use, I’d appreciate if you can provide some feedback. Meanwhile, if you’re interested in other money topics for KS1, we’ve also got the following lesson plans with exactly the same format. KS1 Money & the Exchange of Money KS1 Where Money Comes From KS1 Where Money Goes KS1 Looking After Your Money KS1 Spending Money and Budgeting KS1 Making Personal Life Choices KS1 Implications of Finance