Money Sense is the perfect way to build students' math skills while helping them gain a true appreciation for math in everyday living. This comprehensive book offers plenty of practice using everything from addition to division, percents, fractions, decimals, and more Students are introduced to a variety of money situations such as: budgeting, credit cards, income tax, savings and checking accounts, getting paid and paychecks, sales discounts. A real, practical application of math.
Topics include: Spending Limits; Budget Basics; Budget Categories; A Place to Live; Paying for Utilities; Shoppers' Choices; In the Supermarket; Saving on Clothes; Thoughts on Transportation; Money Emergencies; About Insurance; Discretionary Income; Sales Promotions; Spending at Home; Free Entertainment; Renting This and Buying That; Paying for Health; Giving Money and Hours; Investing Money; Credit Cards; Warranties and Complaints; Taxes; In Time of Trouble; Learning; and more.
These true stories will motivate teens to save and spend wisely, avoid credit card debt, pay bills responsibly, and learn other money management skills.
Publisher: Youth Communication
Product ID: YOU9781935552673
Grades: Grades 9 - 12
Level(s): High School
File Size: 11.42 MB
Whiteboard Compatible: Yes (Level 1)
ISBN (Digital Book): 9781935552673
ISBN (Physical Book): 9781935552406
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