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Nelson Makes His First Shopping List

Nelson Makes His First Shopping List is a life skills worksheet designed for middle and high school students to acquire personal finance skills for independent living. Join Nelson in this no-prep life skills worksheet as he learns to make his first shopping list. Nora teaches Nelson how to create a grocery shopping list, including grocery, personal care, and household items. This independent living skills story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Alexa Learns How to Read Her Bank Statement

How to Read Bank Statements is a life skills worksheet designed for middle and high school students to acquire personal finance skills for independent living. Join Alexa in this no-prep special education worksheet as she learns how to read bank statements. Austin teaches Alexa how to use her bank statement to track her financial transactions for the period. This money management story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Grocery Shopping Level 1 Money Math

Grocery Shopping Level 1 is a money math worksheet designed to help middle and high school students improve their financial and independent living skills. This step-by-step life skills worksheet teaches students how to calculate the prices for essential grocery items such as fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy products, dry goods, canned foods, desserts, personal care products, and household items. This interactive money math worksheet will engage your students with product illustrations, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 37   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Brian Learns The Benefits of Debit Card Alerts

Brian Learns the Benefits of Debit Card Alerts is a functional life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve their personal finance skills. Join Brian in this no-prep money management worksheet as he learns how debit card alerts can help him stay on top of his purchases and protect his account. This personal finance life skills story will engage your students with the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Omar Learns to Protect His Financial Information

Omar Protect His Financial Information is a functional life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve independent living skills. Join Omar in this no-prep life skills worksheet as he learns to protect his financial information. Olivia teaches Omar the importance of protecting his personal and financial information, such as bank account numbers, credit card numbers, and passwords. This independent living skills story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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How to Complete a Home Repair Service Agreement

How to Complete a Home Repair Service Agreement is a special education activity and worksheet designed to help teenagers and young adults improve their independent living skills. This functional life skills resource uses clear and simple language to teach students how to schedule a home repair, obtain a quote for the service, request a warranty for the work, select a repair provider, and more. This interactive independent living skills activity will engage your students with age-appropriate activities, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 20   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white) Grade Levels: 10th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Omar Learns How Credit Cards Work

Omar Learns How Credit Cards Work is a life skills worksheet designed for middle and high school students to acquire personal finance skills for independent living. Join Omar in this no-prep special education worksheet as he learns how credit cards work. Olivia teaches Omar about the basic features of credit cards and how to read a monthly credit card statement. This money management story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 5   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Why Nelson Needs a Budget

Why Nelson Needs a Budget is a life skills worksheet designed for middle and high school students to acquire personal finance skills for independent living. Join Nelson in this no-prep special education worksheet as he learns why he needs a budget. Why Nelson Needs a Budget follows Nora and Nelson as they prepare a budget by defining and listing his expenses, including food, rent, utilities, books, and movies. This money management story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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The Value of a Bank Account

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The Value of a Bank Account

The Value of a Bank Account is a special education life skills activity that teaches financial literacy to middle school and high school students. This step-by-step personal finance activity uses clear and simple language to teach students the value of a bank account, including the benefits of having a savings account, a checking account, and a debit card. This money management activity and worksheet will engage your students with age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 9   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Brian Learns How to Stick to a Budget

Brian Learns to Stick to a Budget is the ideal life skills worksheet for middle and high school students to help them develop personal finance skills for independent living. Join Brian in this no-prep life skills worksheet as he learns to better manage his finances by sticking to a budget. Brianna helps Brian develop responsible spending habits by categorizing his money based on his needs and wants. This money management story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 5   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Nelson Learns About Multiple Payment Methods

Nelson Learns About Payment Methods is an essential life skills worksheet for middle and high school students to develop their personal finance skills. This special education worksheet is designed to help students understand the basics of cash, credit cards, debit cards, and gift cards. It uses relatable scenarios, dialogues, and graphics to engage students. By using this worksheet, students will better understand personal finance and learn valuable skills that will help them throughout their lives. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Brian Learns All About His Credit

Brian Learns All About His Credit is an essential life skills worksheet for middle and high school students to develop their personal finance skills. Join Brian in this no-prep money management worksheet as he learns about credit scores, using credit wisely, and how credit can allow him to make purchases with the promise to pay later. This personal finance life skills story will engage your students with the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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How to Read a Pay Stub

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How to Read a Pay Stub

How to Read a Pay Stub is a special education life skills activity that teaches financial literacy to middle and high school students. This step-by-step finance activity uses clear and simple language to teach students how to read a pay stub by defining and calculating each field on standard pay statements, including earnings, deductions, taxes, gross pay, and net pay. This money management activity will engage your students with age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 16   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white) Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Jasmine Learns How to Avoid Impulsive Decisions

Jasmine Learns How to Avoid Impulsive Decisions is a life skills worksheet designed for middle and high school students to acquire personal finance skills for independent living. Join Jasmine in this no-prep special education worksheet as she learns to avoid impulsive decisions. Jackson teaches Jasmine the importance of weighing the pros and cons before making important decisions. This money management story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 5   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Reading Menus Level 1 Money Math

Reading Menus Level 1 is a money math worksheet for middle and high school students to improve their personal finance skills. This step-by-step money management resource teaches students how to determine the cost of eating out at a restaurant using six standard menus for breakfast and lunch. This special education money math worksheet will engage your students with product illustrations, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 53   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Nelson Learns How to Manage His Purchases

Nelson Manage His Purchases is a functional life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve their personal finance skills. Join Nelson in this no-prep money management worksheet as he learns the benefits of reviewing each purchase on his monthly credit card statement and how to identify and report any discrepancies. This personal finance life skills story will engage your students with the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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How to Create a Grocery Shopping List

How to Create a Grocery Shopping List is a special education life skills activity and worksheet that teaches financial literacy to middle school and high school students. This step-by-step personal finance activity uses clear and simple language to teach students how to create a grocery shopping list for foods, personal care products, and household items while staying within their budget. This money management activity and worksheet will engage your students with age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 15   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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How to Complete a Rental Agreement

How to Complete a Rental Agreement is a special education activity designed to help teenagers and young adults improve their independent living skills. This functional life skills activity uses clear and simple language to teach students to plan for the responsibilities of living alone, such as identifying income sources and essential expenses like rent, groceries, transportation, utilities, and more. This interactive independent living skills activity will engage your students with age-appropriate activities, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 25  File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white) Grade Levels: 10th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool  

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How Credit Cards Work

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How Credit Cards Work

How Credit Cards Work is a special education life skills activity that teaches financial literacy to middle school and high school students. This step-by-step personal finance activity uses clear and simple language to teach students how credit cards work, including credit card benefits, credit history, interest rates, and a credit card statement. This money management activity will engage your students with age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 15   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Clothes Shopping Level 1 Money Math

Clothes Shopping Level 1 is a money math worksheet designed to help middle and high school students improve their financial and independent living skills. This life skills resource provides a step-by-step guide for calculating prices of various age-appropriate clothing items, including pants, shirts, shoes, dresses, skirts, and accessories. This financial literacy worksheet will engage your students with product illustrations, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 39   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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How to Create a Monthly Budget

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How to Create a Monthly Budget

How to Create a Monthly Budget is a special education life skills activity and worksheet that teaches financial literacy to middle school and high school students. This step-by-step personal finance activity uses clear and simple language to teach students how to create a monthly budget by listing their monthly expenses, including housing, food, transportation, and entertainment. This money management activity and worksheet will engage your students with age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 42   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Alexa Learns How to Research Before Shopping Online

Alexa Learn How to Research Before Shopping Online is a functional life skills story designed to help middle and high school students improve their independent living skills. Join Alexa in this no-prep special education worksheet as she learns internet safety skills. Austin teaches Alexa that making informed decisions can help her avoid wasting money on unreliable products. This online safety story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 6   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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Grocery Shopping Level 2 Money Math

Grocery Shopping Level 2 is a money math worksheet designed to help middle and high school students improve their financial and independent living skills. This step-by-step life skills worksheet teaches students how to apply sales tax while calculating the prices for essential grocery items such as fruits, vegetables, meat, dairy products, dry goods, canned foods, desserts, personal care products, and household items. This interactive money math worksheet will engage your students with product illustrations, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 37   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool  

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Jasmine Learns How Much to Tip Her Server

Jasmine Learns How Much to Tip Her Server is a life skills worksheet designed for middle and high school students to acquire personal finance skills for independent living. Join Jasmine in this no-prep special education worksheet as she learns to calculate the tip for a meal. Jackson teaches Jasmine how to calculate and decide how much to tip her server. This money management story will engage your students through the power of storytelling, age-appropriate graphics, relatable dialog, and real-world scenarios. Number of Pages: 5   File Format: PDF (color and black-and-white)  Grade Levels: 7th – 12th, Adult Education, Homeschool

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