Elementary Personal Finance

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Teach students in grades 3-7 how to count and manage money.
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Topics covered in Elementary Personal Finance

Counting Currency
Interest & Fees
Loans & IOUs
Income vs. Expense
Savings Accounts
Smart Spending
Savings Goals
Borrowing Money

Elementary Personal Finance Units

In this game, students learn the basics of income, spending, and borrowing in a fun, easy to understand way.
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Lemonade Tycoon

Refresh your approach to teaching about expense tracking, loan payoff, and savings goals as students strive to run a successful lemonade stand.
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Elementary Personal Finance Workbooks.

Elementary Personal Finance Workbook

This free printed workbook complements the online content and expands on financial literacy topics for elementary-aged kids.

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Beyond the Basics

This course teaches kids how to earn and manage their own money using lifelike scenarios that challenge them to pay unexpected expenses and save for the future.

Vocabulary Practice

Invite students to study flashcards containing important financial terms.

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Meets State Curriculum Standards

Banzai courses fulfill your state's standards of learning (SOL) by covering a wide range of essential topics.

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Simplified Grading

Courses are automatically graded so you can spend more time teaching!

Hands-On Learning

Help students grow individually with a virtual world of decision-making.

Progress Monitoring

Progress tracking and clear decision trees monitor your students’ growth.

Frequently Asked Questions

  • How long does this course take to complete?
    2-4 hours.
  • How does Banzai help teachers stay flexible in the classroom?
    Banzai courses can be done in or outside of the classroom and are quick to set up. Because of their automatic grading feature, these courses require little supervision and are an easy alternative to traditional learning by providing teachers with another way to spice up their students' learning—especially for days when a substitute is required.
  • Is there a how-to guide on how to implement this financial literacy course in the classroom?
    Yes, teachers are always given the option to sit through a free teacher account demo that'll walk them through all available account features. There's also an opportunity, upon free sign-up and account creation, for teachers to access a teacher's guide that explains best practices for implementing Banzai in their classroom.
  • Are all Banzai courses COPPA and FERPA compliant?
    Yes, Banzai complies fully with restrictions set by COPPA and FERPA—we don't store personal identification information such as a student's age, location, gender, or ethnicity. The limited data Banzai does collect is only used to deliver services and products or improve user experience and is never shared or distributed. Learn more by reading Banzai's Privacy Policy.

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