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A: Financial Fitness For Life is a series of 10 books that cover grades K - 12. There are 4 teacher guides, 4 student activity books and 2 parent guide books.
A: A great source of free economic and personal finance lesson plans is EconEdLink. EconEdLink has over 600 free lesson plans and over 100 free interactive tools to enhance K-12 classroom learning. Educators can also sign up for MyEconEdLink, create a profile then save and create notes for each lesson. Lessons are frequently published and updated by the Council for Economic Education.
A: You may download Financial Fitness For Life visuals by navigating to http://fffl.councilforeconed.org, selecting the appropiate grade level from the drop-down menu, and clicking on any individual lesson page. Each lesson also has a list of online lessons that relate to the concepts being taught in the lesson.
A: Yes. Each individual lesson page contains links to view both the state and national standards that correlate with the lesson.