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Financial Footings - Step 1
Financial Footings - Step 1 - All Documents
Learner Level:
Elementary School
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All Documents
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Financial Footings - Step 1
Presenter's Guide
Learner Level:
Elementary School
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Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Step 1 Presenter's Guide provides detailed guidance on how to deliver Step 1 lessons and effectively introduce concepts covered in corresponding workbooks.

Use this guide to prepare your money lessons and support your program instruction. Our presenter guides include learning objective overviews, activity breakdowns, and discussion ideas that help you anticipate learner questions. Regardless of your teaching experience or personal finance background, our Presenter's Guide will provide the instructional support you need to effectively educate children on money basics.
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Financial Footings - Step 1
Learner's Workbook
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Step 1 Workbook introduces your youngest learners to coins and dollar bills, the connection between working and earning money, discerning needs from wants, and the role of banks and credit unions.

Kindergarten through second grade is a great time to introduce children to the foundational concepts of personal finance. The Footings Step 1 Workbook offers several fun and engaging activities for students to play while learning money basics. These activities are divided into two levels for different representative ages and learning styles. Both classroom and take home activities are included to encourage personal lesson application.
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Financial Footings - Step 1
Online Interactive Activities
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals, Videos, Virtual Learning
Role:
Student/Learner
Step 1 Online Interactive Activities offer young learners the opportunity to complete self-guided money lessons that cover coin values, the connection between working and earning money, the differences between needs and wants, and more!

Engage your learners with our animated videos that explain various money and financial concepts paired with our age-appropriate interactive lessons. Fun and engaging activities are divided into two levels and include badges and certificates of completion.
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Financial Footings - Step 1
Supplemental Take Home Activity - Money in Other Countries
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals, Worksheets
Role:
Student/Learner
The Money in Other Countries activity helps young learners discover and better understand currency from around the world.

Feed learners' curiosity with our supplemental activities and extend their learning beyond the classroom. Take home activities reinforce lessons covered in a class or group while fostering family discussions about money concepts.
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Financial Footings - Step 1
Learner's Workbook - Spanish
Learner Level:
Elementary School, Spanish Speakers
Resource type:
Spanish, Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Spanish version Step 1 Workbook introduces your youngest Spanish speaking learners to coins and dollar bills, the connection between working and earning money, discerning needs from wants, and the role of banks and credit unions.

Kindergarten through second grade is a great time to introduce children to the foundational concepts of personal finance. The Footings Step 1 Workbook offers several fun and engaging activities for students to play while learning money basics. These activities are divided into two levels for different representative ages and learning styles. Both classroom and take home activities are included to encourage personal lesson application.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Financial Footings - Step 2 - All Documents
Learner Level:
Elementary School
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All Documents
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Presenter's Guide
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Presenter Guides
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Step 2 Presenter's Guide provides detailed guidance on how to deliver Step 2 lessons and effectively introduce concepts covered in the corresponding workbook.

Use this guide to prepare your personal finance lessons and support your program instruction. Our presenter guides include learning objective overviews, activity breakdowns, and discussion ideas that help you anticipate learner questions. Regardless of your teaching experience or personal finance background, our Presenter's Guide will provide the instructional support you need to effectively introduce foundational personal finance concepts to 3rd through 6th graders.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Learner's Workbook
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Step 2 Workbook helps 3rd through 6th graders better understand the history of money, supply and demand, how to create a budget, how to utilize banks and credit unions, and how credit and interest works.

Engage your elementary school learners with our activity-based workbook, divided into four modules that conceptually build upon each other for optimal learning. Both classroom and take home activities are included to encourage personal lesson application.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Remote Learning Presentation - Module 1: Money Matters
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Money Matters Remote Learning Presentation answers the question, "What is money and how do we use it?". Topics covered include: History of Money, Producers and Consumers, and Supply and Demand.

Bring to life the personal finance concepts covered in the Footings Step 2 Workbook with our PowerPoint presentation decks created with young learners in mind. Specifically created for distance learning, decks include presenter notes and sample scripts, animations, and activities to keep remote learners engaged.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Remote Learning Presentation - Module 2: Manage It
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Manage It Remote Learning Presentation answers the question, "Do I need that?," and addresses the importance of smart money planning. Topics covered include: Needs Versus Wants, Goal Setting, Income and Expenses, and Budgeting.

Bring to life the personal finance concepts covered in the Footings Step 2 Workbook with our PowerPoint presentation decks created with young learners in mind. Specifically created for distance learning, decks include presenter notes and sample scripts, animations, and activities to keep remote learners engaged.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Remote Learning Presentation - Module 3: Get Banked
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Get Banked Remote Learning Presentation introduces basic financial insitutions and their services. Topics covered include: Banks Versus Credit Unions, Checking and Savings Accounts, and Withdrawing Funds.

Bring to life the personal finance concepts covered in the Footings Step 2 Workbook with our PowerPoint presentation decks created with young learners in mind. Specifically created for distance learning, decks include presenter notes and sample scripts, animations, and activities to keep remote learners engaged.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Remote Learning Presentation - Module 4: Smart Future
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Presentation Decks, Virtual Learning
Role:
Educator/Host, Volunteer/Presenter
Smart Future Remote Learning Presentation introduces the concepts of lending and investing. Topics covered include: Credit and Borrowing, Paying Interest, Compounding Interest, and The Rule of 72.

Bring to life the personal finance concepts covered in the Footings Step 2 Workbook with our PowerPoint presentation decks created with young learners in mind. Specifically created for distance learning, decks include presenter notes and sample scripts, animations, and activities to keep remote learners engaged.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Classroom Activity - Module 2: Budget Game Materials
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities, Handouts, Supplementals
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
Budget Game Materials accompany the corresponding activity found in the Footings Step 2 Workbook. The game guides learners through the process of creating a budget to plan for their money. Game instructions are located in the Footings Step 2 Presenter's Guide.

Deepen learner engagement and reinforce lessons covered with our classroom activities developed for both individual and group learning.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Classroom Activity - Module 3: Bills, Bills, Bills
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities, Handouts
Role:
Student/Learner
The Bills, Bills, Bills activity tasks 3rd through 6th graders with paying utility bills using personal checks and calculating the resulting account balance.

Deepen learner engagement and reinforce lessons covered with our classroom activities developed for both individual and group learning.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Classroom Activity - Module 4: Money Game
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities
Role:
Educator/Host, Parent/Guardian, Volunteer/Presenter
The Money Game activity uses a Jeopardy! style game board with several personal finance questions 3rd through 6th graders can answer for various point values.

Deepen learner engagement and reinforce lessons covered with our classroom activities developed for both individual and group learning.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Supplemental Take Home Activity - It Cost What?
Learner Level:
Elementary School
Resource type:
Activities, Supplementals, Worksheets
Role:
Student/Learner
The It Cost What? activity teaches 3rd through 6th graders how to convert a U.S. Dollar into other countries' currencies and compare prices for various items.

Feed learners' curiosity with our supplemental activities and extend their learning beyond the classroom. Take home activities reinforce lessons covered in a class or group while fostering family discussions about financial concepts.
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Financial Footings - Step 2
Learner's Workbook - Spanish
Learner Level:
Elementary School, Spanish Speakers
Resource type:
Spanish, Workbooks
Role:
Student/Learner
Spanish version Step 2 Workbook helps 3rd through 6th grade Spanish speaking learners better understand the history of money, supply and demand, how to create a budget, how to utilize banks and credit unions, and how credit and interest works.

Engage your elementary school learners with our activity-based workbook, divided into four modules that conceptually build upon each other for optimal learning. Both classroom and take home activities are included to encourage personal lesson application.
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