Financial Literacy Project/Assessment - 7th Grade Math

Apr 20, 2022 - A real-world application of 7th Grade Math Financial Literacy TEKS. Students apply their knowledge of: *Using the Family Budget Estimator *Calculating percentage of the total budget for each category *Calculating Net Worth *Calculating simple & compound interest Students choose a "situation" f...

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+JMJ So I've been working on Personal Financial Literacy for most of June, with a dash of robotics and a dash of novel studies. Since we will actually be working with a classroom economy and such, I wanted to make task cards for the students. I created simple task cards separately by TEK, (not done yet) since I am sure to integrate it all when the classroom economy is up and running. I just thought students should have practice for each TEK. Download a free poster by clicking here! For more…

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