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Teaching financial literacy in New Zealand primary schools


 

 

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Teaching financial literacy in New Zealand primary schools


 

 

The Easy Way to Teach Financial Literacy


Students complete financial lessons on-line at their own pace. They test their knowledge via multi choice tests and quizzes and you receive immediate feedback on their results.

The Easy Way to Teach Financial Literacy


Students complete financial lessons on-line at their own pace. They test their knowledge via multi choice tests and quizzes and you receive immediate feedback on their results.

The easy way to teach financial literacy

 

MoneyTime is a FREE self-taught learning experience for New Zealand students in years 7-8.  Students complete  financial lessons on-line at their own pace. They test their knowledge via multi choice tests and quizzes and you receive immediate feedback on their results.

Complementing these lessons is a money management experience in which students get to make their own financial decisions. They earn money by answering the quiz and test questions correctly which is paid into a virtual bank account. They then have a choice of spending, saving, donating or investing it. The result is they have a whole lot of fun learning how money works in the safety of their classroom.

See why MoneyTime’s Financial Literacy is so popular

Made For Teachers


Made For Teachers


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Made for teachers

MoneyTime makes teaching financial literacy easy. There is minimal prep required for each lesson; it is essentially plug and play. Tests and quizzes are automatically marked, which means no marking required by you; and lesson guides are provided for each lesson along with ideas for class discussions and extension activities.

If financial literacy is not your strong point, no worries. The program assumes students have zero knowledge. The modules take them on a journey starting with earning and saving, all the way through budgeting and borrowing to business basics and investing. By the end of the program they will be confident about how to grow their money and manage it wisely. 

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Key points


Key points


Key points

 
 

Safe

 Children learn how to make financial decisions, in the safety of their classroom. 

 
 
 

Relevant

 The modules imitate real life experiences – from wages, savings and tax to mortgages, buying real estate and simple investing.

 

Stimulating

What do kids like? Online games and class activities! Moneytime combines them both to make learning fun. 

 

Flexible

The 20 minute lessons fit comfortably into class time and are ideal for extension activities, after school or homework.

 

Curriculum Based

All modules are tied to the NZ curriculum including the financial capability progressions for levels 3-5.

 

Effective

Rigorous testing  shows a 45% average improvement in students' knowledge. The program really works!

 

Progressive

 Lesson content builds on previous ones. Unlock a new lesson when your class is ready to move on. 

 

Usable

MoneyTime is browser based and can be accessed via Chromebooks, Ipads and Laptops.

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