Come and celebrate Financial Literacy Month by reading with your child
a book from the following book list below.
Please read our April to June newsletter for upcoming financial
literacy programs for the entire family.
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An Apple Pie for Dinner by Susan VanHecke, Grades in K-4
Follow the Money! by Loreen Leedy, Grades 1-4
The Girl and the Bicycle by Mark Pett, Grades K-3
Henry Builds A Cabin by D.B. Johnson, Grades P-3
How Dalia Put a Big Yellow Comforter
inside a Tiny Blue Box: And Other
Wonders of Tzedakah, Grades K-3
Johnny Swanson by Eleanor Updale, Grades 4-7
Lawn Boy by Gary Paulsen, Grades 4-7
Le Ly Hayslip by Gary Paulsen, Grades 4-6
The Lemonade War
by Jacqueline Davies, Grades 3-5
Lulu Walks the Dog by Judith Viorst, Grades 3-5
Money Madness by David A. Adler, Grades K-4
Mr. Chicken’s Funny Money
by Christopher Paul Curtis , Grades 3-6
One Hen: How One Small Loan Makes a
Difference By Katie Smith Milway, Grades 2-5
One Potato, Two Potato by Cynthia DeFelice, Grades k-3
The Penny Pot by Stuart J. Murphy, Grades 1-3
Schoolhouse Rock: Money Classroom Edition ,
directed by Tom Warburton, (DVD), Grades 2-5
The Secret Life of Money: A Kid’s Guide to Cash
by Kira Vermond, Grades 4-8
Those Shoes by Maribeth Boelts, Grades K-3
Tía Isa Wants a Car by Meg Medina, Grades P-3
The Toothpaste Millionaire by Jean Merrill, Grades 4-6
Financial Literacy on the Web
The US Mint: Financial Literacy
Lessons Plans for grades K-6 and a linked page all about coins.
Free Training Tutorial: Financial Literacy for Kids.
Lessons organized by grades, on financial terms, budgeting, spending,
earning, saving, assessing needs vs. wants, and avoiding scams.
Money Instructor: Counting Money
Lessons plans and activities about identifying, counting and handling money.
From: LibrarySparks, April 2016 www.librarysparks.com Vol.13, No.8
Used on Home Room – The Offical Blog of the U.S. Department of Education