Teachers – Lesson Plan on How to Write Checks – Balance a Checkbook

Teachers - Lesson Plan on How to Write Checks - Balance a Checkbook
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Have you been searching the Internet for a lesson plan or exercises to teach students how to write checks or manage a simple bank account?

My name is Timothy Liptrap, along with being a college professor, I specialize in teaching students, how to write checks and balance checkbooks.

The lesson plan we wrote has been designed so that students find it fun, exciting and challenging, while saving teachers countless hours of prep time.

"The students loved the program. I found it great! I could devote my time to meaningful dialogue with the students instead of preparing the lessons. Thanks so much for the lessons." Victoria H., Teacher Yellow Springs, Ohio

Show’s the teacher / parent how to teach the elements of a check, how to spell out numbers, how to enter transactions into a check register, using the practice checks, how to pay invoices or bills, and how to balance a checkbook.

Checkbook registers Customizable blank checks Monthly bank statements

When teaching financial issues, I believe that it is imperative to teach students using real life examples.

I have included in this program, 3 monthly exercises that will challenge your student’s math abilities, problem solving techniques and money management skills!

To duplicate and test this system in your cl room, it would take hours of your valuable time.

Teachers, parents, home school instructors, banks, prisons, community college instructors, and senior centers.

"This has been a wonderful resource and instructional tool and my students have openly exclaimed that they enjoy it and it is FUN! As an instructor, I am glad to have finally found something that actually teaches the objectives listed in the curriculum." Kelly H., Teacher Pearl, Mississippi

"The book is so helpful. I teach ninth grade and feel that it is important for students to learn the importance of budgeting and check writing. These lessons are truly priceless for our future." Mary S., Teacher Lewisville, Texas

"How to Write Checks was a godsend. This is my first year teaching Consumer Economics and we don’t have a textbook. The product was very well organized and taught the students better money management skills." Maleah I., Teacher Arco, Idaho

"As an educational professional, it is my role to encourage teachers to use hands-on practical teaching tools that have practical value in the real world. I believe the check writing system materials help focus educators on one of the basic and essential skills – money management – that is actually being challenged in the curriculum because of standardized testing and reduced resources. This material leads to better students, better graduates, and better citizens." William S., Technology. Education Fitchburg, M achusetts

"The product was a blessing in my economics cl . Not only did they learn, they actually liked doing it." Steve E., Teacher Nashville, Tennessee

"This program is fun to use and easy to understand. I have recommended this program to this years’ Student Teachers." Siri.P., Teacher Rexburg, Idaho

We will refund 100% of your money, if your child does not learn the above while using our system. To claim our offer, send us three months of your child’s completed exercises.

Have you taught your children the importance of keeping good credit? This 8 page lesson on Credit Reports and Credit Score will get you started. Topics covered include how to order your reports from the three top credit bureaus, an explanation and the differences between a Credit Reports and Credit Score, finding costly mistakes and correcting them and how a Credit Scores are determined (FICO). In addition, this report includes a learning activity to help your children get started learning about keeping good credit.

It has been in the news for years, but do your children really understand the concept. This lesson explains refinancing, fix rate loans, variable rate loans, PMI (Private Mortgage Insurance), and includes "5 simple techniques how to save you money by creating your own refinancing package" plus a 2 page learning activity.

Teach your children one of the most commonly used techniques in investing, Dollar Cost Averaging. This lesson explains what Dollar Cost Averaging is, and how to apply it. Included in the lesson is a section on how to teach Dollar Cost Averaging, plus a two page learning activity.

Plus, I understand if I order today, I can also download the 3 Bonus Lessons for FREE. The whole systems with the free bonus lessons have a value of more than $59.00!

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More Information about the lesson: The complete package is 72 pages in length. It has been developed in an Acrobat Reader program (PDF), which allows the lesson plan to be read and printed on both… Read more…

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