Federal Reserve Bank of Cleveland

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Facilitated Tour
A facilitated tour of the The Cincinnati Money Museum is provided.

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In this activity, students will read the story Alexander, Who Used to Be Rich Last Sunday by Judith Viorst, which will teach them about the concepts of saving and spending.

In this activity, students will participate in a bartering simulation to learn how goods and services are exchanged without the use of money. Students will also compare trading or paying for goods and services to learn why economic systems use money.

In this lesson, students will practice building a budget based off a hypothetical income in order to learn the tradeoffs involved in making financial decisions.

In this lesson, students will practice building a budget based off a hypothetical income in order to learn the tradeoffs involved in making financial decisions.

The Career Exploration Series is a personal finance and career exploration program. Through the program, students will gain awareness of career opportunities and learn how to make smart financial decisions to better prepare for life after high school. In 6th grade, students will learn about financial decision making, budgeting, and how choices can affect budgeting and savings goals.

The Career Exploration Series is a personal finance and career exploration program. Through the program, students will gain awareness of career opportunities and learn how to make smart financial decisions to better prepare for life after high school. In 7th grade, students learn about inflation, credit and debt exploration, leading into becoming informed consumers and how it affects everyone in the economy.

The Career Exploration Series is a personal finance and career exploration program. Through the program, students will gain awareness of career opportunities and learn how to make smart financial decisions to better prepare for life after high school. In 8th grade, students explore, discuss, and learn about career interests and opportunities through hands-on activities.

In this activity, students will learn about the five characteristic that make an item a good form of money. Students will also learn how to evaluate these characteristics by examining historic forms of money.

In this lesson, as the book Counting with Common Cents: Penny’s Journey by Deirdre McCarthy and Angela Rizza is read aloud, students will practice counting from 1 – 10 with pennies, nickels, and dimes. Students will also learn the monetary value of a penny, nickel, and dime by completing a counting exercise.

In this lesson, students will learn about the three main types of credit and will be asked to identify examples of each. They will explore the relationship between a lender and a credit bureau by examining the information included on a credit report. They will then learn how a credit score is calculated by drawing a pie chart and answering discussion questions

In this activity, students will learn about the symbols and security features on US currency by examining US dollar bills. Students will have the opportunity to demonstrate their knowledge of the symbols and security features by designing their own dollar bill.

While listening to the story Ella Earns Her Own Money by Lisa Bullard, students will learn about the concept of income and different ways it can be earned. During the activity, students will set a savings goal and identify ways income can be earned. Students will set their own savings goal and identify ways they can earn income to reach their goal.

In this activity, students will learn about budgeting by creating a practice budget for a character from Great Minds Think. Students will have the opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of budgeting by creating their own budget.

In this activity, students will learn about making decisions and the cost, consequence, and benefit of each decision.

In this activity, students will learn about various payment methods, the difference between a need and a want, and the concept of opportunity cost.

In this activity, students will learn about making decisions and the cost, consequence, and benefit of each decision.

In this activity, students will identify ways to earn an income, learn how to create a savings goal, and develop a plan for how to reach their savings goal. Students will also be introduced to the basics of banking.

In this activity, students will learn about various payment methods, the difference between a need and a want, and the concept of opportunity cost.

In this activity, students will learn about budgeting by creating a practice budget for a character from Great Minds Think. Students will have the opportunity to demonstrate their understanding of budgeting by creating their own budget.

In this activity, students will identify ways to earn an income, learn how to create a savings goal, and develop a plan for how to reach their savings goal. Students will also be introduced to the basics of banking.

In this activity, students will learn about the concept of investing by completing an investment simulation and follow-up discussion.

In this activity, students will learn about the concept of investing by completing an investment simulation and follow-up discussion.

This option is only available for internal staff. External groups will not be permitted to use this option.

In this activity, students will learn to recognize money by matching images of US bills and coins with the correct descriptions.

Request a Fed employee to speak to your students about a course related topic.

In this presentation, students will learn about the structure of the Federal Reserve as well as central banking history in the United States from 1775 to 1913.

In this presentation, students will learn about the structure of the Federal Reserve as well as central banking history in the United States from 1775-1913.

In this presentation, students will learn about the history of the Federal Reserve from 1913 to today while examining how the Fed has changed over time.

In this presentation, students will learn about the history of the Federal Reserve from 1913 to today while examining how the Fed has changed over time.

In this presentation, students will learn about the structure and functions of the Federal Reserve as well as its role in monetary policy.

In this presentation, students will learn about the structure and functions of the Federal Reserve as well as its role in monetary policy.

In this presentation, students will learn about their roles in the economy, the role of the Federal Reserve, and ways the Federal Reserve connects to their daily lives.

In this presentation, students will learn about their roles in the economy, the role of the Federal Reserve, and ways the Federal Reserve connects to their daily lives.

In this activity students will build a budget for a character and then analyze that character’s financial choices to discover how their saving, spending, and budgeting habits can affect their financial outcomes.

In this activity students will build a budget for a character and then analyze that character’s financial choices to discover how their saving, spending, and budgeting habits can affect their financial outcomes.

In this activity, students will sort different objects as “wants” or “needs” to learn how to differentiate between the two.

In this activity, students will learn about forms of payment, including cash, debit cards, mobile payment apps, checks, prepaid cards, and credit cards. They will also learn how to make smart choices about which form of payment to use by analyzing the advantages and disadvantages of each and applying that knowledge to real-life scenarios.

In this activity, students will learn about forms of payment, including cash, debit cards, mobile payment apps, checks, prepaid cards, and credit cards. They will also learn how to make smart choices about which form of payment to use by analyzing the advantages and disadvantages of each and applying that knowledge to real-life scenarios.

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