National Endowment for Financial Education (NEFE) High School Planning Program In the NEFE Instructor Manual and the corresponding Student Guide use Unit 1 Your Financial Plan: Where It All Begins. Students will work through activities to learn the decision making process and consequences of decisions made.
Refer to the NEFE Your Financial Plan Lesson Plan to find the possible activities for this option. Work individually, in small groups, or as a whole class to complete diagram, making sure to take into account the who, what, where, when, and how when making the decision.
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They are a type of edge-matching puzzle, where, usually, each tile's edge has only one viable mate.Assignment 1-4 on page 11: Have each student think of a decision that they need to make and work through the decision making process can help them to make a decision that will best fit their needs and limited resources.Family Economics and Financial Education (FEFE) Lesson Plan. H1 Family Economics and Financial Education (FEFE) Lesson Plan. A3 "Get the Gimmies" or "Mad, Mad, Mad Toy Craze" children's book Magazines (variety of target audiences) Cereal Box Puzzles (variety of target audiences) Life is filled with decisionssome are major and have a large impact on your life while others are minor and only make a small difference.Complete, early 20th century dissected wooden puzzle map of the United States and territories.The 48-state map includes insets of Alaska, Puerto Rico, Hawaii, and the Philippines. Due to size - this will have to be ordered & shipped separately, not eligible for shipping discount. Each board can be played in different ways, finding the way is the key to victory.