The very last math unit that I taught this past year was Personal Financial Literacy (if you don’t teach in Texas then you would refer to this as Economics!). I had ZERO resources to pull from. I had ZERO energy to make anything new. So, I taught using our math book (insert HUGE gasp here). It wasn’t horrible, but it was soooo short of awesome-sauce. So, I knew what my first summer project would be!
I set out to make some fun activities for my future kiddos, and Joelle helped me a lot! She loves to cut and color, so she is the perfect little helper!
I also know that whether you are teaching this as an Economics or Math unit that vocabulary is KEY! So, I included a lot of financial vocabulary in the unit! There are also several vocabulary activities to help your students really learn those terms!
Here’s a fun freebie I posted in the fall! It goes great with teaching money and financial literacy!
Playdough Puzzles are a great way to start off the year! You can get playdough CHEAP and students feel comfortable playing with it even in an unfamiliar environment! bit.ly/B2STopTen... See MoreSee Less
Have you seen the new Facebook profile frame for #getyourteachon San Diego?! You can find it by visiting the @getyourteachon Facebook page!! Sure can’t wait to be reunited with all my friends and over 2,500 fabulous educators!!! It’s almost time, y’all!!!!! 💙🧡💖💚 ... See MoreSee Less
Don’t mind me. I’m just over here getting ready for GYTO!! These HUGE inflatable dice will definitely be making an appearance!! You can find them on amazon here: amzn.to/2JNgrvt #amazonaffiliate #getyourteachon ... See MoreSee Less