Money Matters for Teens Book

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Item #: 008710
ISBN: 9780802446367
Grades: 10-12
Author: Larry Burkett; Marnie Wooding; Todd Temple

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Publisher: Moody Press
Pub. Date: January 2001
Binding: Trade Paper
Pages: 160
Dimensions: 8 x 11 x .38 in.; 1.111 lbs.
Edition: Revised
Language: English
Age Range: 13 to 17
Grade Range: 8 to 12

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For my son to use in an Enrichment Session.
Jennifer S on Jul 8, 2019
need for homeschool
Michael G on Jun 3, 2018
For my son to use in an Enrichment Session.
Jennifer S on Jul 8, 2019
Adding this to high school economics curriculum for personal budgeting/finance
Tracy B on Dec 5, 2018
need for homeschool
Michael G on Jun 3, 2018
Recommended by Cathy Duffy for high school economics.
Jessi F on May 28, 2018
I want to teach my kids how to really live within their budget, not to forget where their 1st 10% goes!
Billie A on Apr 24, 2018
To go with the workbook.
Laura H on Jul 27, 2017
Recommendation from a friend.
Juli G on Apr 5, 2017
One of our state graduating requirements is high school personal finance, this meets those requirements and teaches practical life skills from a biblical persecutive.
Deborah H on Feb 18, 2017
Using this to teach economics to my teen.
Beth M on Jan 11, 2017
"My 15 year old has just started her first job. I want to start right away teaching her to plan, budget, tithe, and save according to Biblical principles. She has already been studying Proverbs 1-9 which covers this and other necessary life principles."
DeVon H on Oct 25, 2016
Required for co-op class
Kelly M on Aug 5, 2016
Looking for way to teach our kids about money.
Kelly W on Dec 11, 2015
Adding this to high school economics curriculum for personal budgeting/finance
Tracy B on Dec 5, 2018
Recommended by Cathy Duffy for high school economics.
Jessi F on May 28, 2018
How many high school credits is this? 1/2 credit?
A shopper on Jun 9, 2017
BEST ANSWER: I counted as a half credit for Personal Finance along with working through the Life of Fred Financial Choices textbook. Both seemed a little slim on their own for a half credit.
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