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Get a group activity going with Budgeting with Roommates [30 min]

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Navigate the ethics of loan sharks while playing Shady Sam [25 min]

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Start your class with a Question of the Day bell-ringer activity [5 min]

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Create a dialogue around teen social media usage in a FinCap Friday [10-15 min]

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Calculate percentages to improve your budget [25 min]

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Find out if cognitive biases impact your students' money decisions [20 min]

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Start the conversation strong with Your Future Life

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Discuss Needs vs. Wants with the Bean Game

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Visualize the Stock Market with your students

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Students learn about their online presence in Digital Citizenship

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Have students practice and strengthen their Soft Skills

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Find more Middle School resources in the NGPF Blog

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Explore exponential functions with DESMOS: Growth of Savings vs Investments (Financial Algebra 5.1)

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Practice piecewise functions with DESMOS: Introducing Marginal and Effective Income Tax Rates (Financial Algebra 1.7)

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Graph real-world linear equations in APPLICATION FA-2.5: Graphing Wages

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Graph systems of equations in APPLICATION FA-3.2: Saving Goals

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Engage your students with a full LESSON FA-5.5: Exponential Change

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Calculate for budgeting in MATH: Unit Price

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Check out the DATA CRUNCH: Comparing Tax Systems Around the World

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Navigate decision-making in the Dollar Auction Game

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Engage your class with the Public Goods Game

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Model the rise and fall of demand with the activity: Demand Shifters

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Highlight innovation and competition with the activity: I've Got An Idea!

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Share how product sizes are changing with the activity: Shrinkflation

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