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Representing money in many ways: Addition, fractions and equivalents

Help your Grade 3 students make change, understand fractions and represent money in different ways. Use these activities individually or in the order listed in this lesson.

A bank NOTE-able Canadian

Students will use the concept of historical significance to choose an iconic Canadian as a portrait subject for the Bank of Canada’s new $5 bank note.

Decoding Canadian economic data

Develop data literacy skills by interpreting charts of Canadian economic data.

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Lesson plans

Follow these step-by-step guides to teach your students about the economy.

Video discussion guides

Facilitate discussion on our economic videos with these guides.

Activities and games

Have fun learning about the economy and financial system with these kid-friendly activities and games.

School programs

Book your class for these staff-led programs.

External resources

Find resources and tools for learning about Canada’s central bank and the economic landscape.

Education Blog

Explore creative ways to integrate economics into your classroom.

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