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Kindergarten to Grade 6: Get your students talking about money with this lively and interactive virtual classroom presentation.
The $20 bill of 1969 was the prototype of the Scenes of Canada note series. Yet, as more notes were designed, the theme—and the $20 note itself—would change.
Do you need it, or do you want it? That’s an important question to ask before buying anything. This activity is designed to teach kids how to prioritize their needs and wants, and how to make informed choices when shopping.
The economies in modern, complex video games can teach gamers a lot about decision making and financial literacy.
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