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Here are a bunch of tips, learning objectives, worksheets, and pre-built lesson plans to help you build your curriculum to teach students about credit!

Understanding and managing credit is a life skill that will benefit all your students. Teachers can lay the framework for teaching credit early on, and upper-level students benefit significantly when they learn it well.

You can find the materials you need to teach credit, regardless of your students’ levels. Here are credit lessons, worksheets, activities, games, and some essential tips – by grade. We also include credit learning objectives for each grade, which are pulled straight from the National Standards for Personal Finance Education.

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The topic of credit is hard to grasp for students this young. However, teachers can build the money math and awareness that kids will need later. Here are some links to help boost your pre-K students’ money knowledge and prepare them to learn about credit later.

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- Money Booklets
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- Show Me the Money Coin Anchor Charts
- Money Song and Bookmarks

For more resources on other topics, check out our Pre-K Money Lesson Plans Center .

## Kindergarten

Learning objectives.

In Kindergarten, students can build money awareness and see how wants and needs are essential. They should be able to:

- Identify goods and services that people often purchase with credit.

## Kindergarten Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP Kindergarten – Goods : In this lesson, students look at goods and services and learn that there are multiple ways to pay for them. They see that some goods cost more than others and that people can use credit to purchase them.

## Kindergarten Credit Worksheets

*Note: Many of these materials are free but may require an email to access. The idea of credit is still tough to grasp at this age, so focusing on counting and arithmetic is a good idea.

- Coin Review
- Counting Coins
- Money Chant Posters
- Penny Posters
- Money Skip Counting

## Kindergarten Credit Games and Activities

- Cut & Paste Coins
- My Money Book
- Student Coin Bank
- Break the Bank – Sorting

## Tips for Teaching Credit to Kindergarten Students

- Start simply and model how people can borrow from each other.
- Remind students there are multiple ways to pay for items.
- Use real money and play credit cards, stressing that responsibility is essential with credit.

For more resources on other topics, check out our Kindergarten Money Lesson Plans Center .

1st-graders know the basic idea of credit, as in borrowing, and you can prepare them for more advanced understandings of credit. They should be able to:

- Discuss reasons people may prefer to buy something with credit rather than paying cash.

## 1st Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 1st Grade – Spending : Your 1st-graders focus on decision-making in this lesson, making informed choices to manage money wisely. By focusing on wants and needs, students see when to use specific forms of payment, including credit.

## 1st Grade Credit Worksheets

- Comparing Money
- Dimes and Quarters
- Money Word Problems
- Learn the Quarter

## 1st Grade Credit Games and Activities

- Couch Fishing
- Ordering Coins By Value
- Count Money with Different Coins
- Money Bingo
- Money Flashcards

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 1st Graders

- Keep working on counting coins and identifying currency.
- Introduce the concept of lending and borrowing using class items.
- Use the class store to teach about credit.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 1st Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

By teaching kids about tradeoffs and saving money, you can continue to build background knowledge for deeper understanding later. Students should be able to:

- Provide examples of financial choices that have opportunity costs.

## 2nd Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 2nd Grade – Opportunity Cost : In this lesson, teachers show kids that people spend and save differently, and give up opportunities when making buying decisions. Students learn that using credit can affect their spending and saving habits significantly.

## 2nd Grade Credit Worksheets

- Money in Words
- 4 Coins plus 1 and 5-dollar Bills
- Dollars and Cents: How Much?
- Money Terms
- Spending Money Word Problems

## 2nd Grade Credit Games and Activities

- Class Dojo Credit Cards (for use with Class Dojo)
- Pretend Credit Cards
- Money Math: Piggy Bank
- Shopping with Penelope

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 2nd Graders

- Ensure that students are practicing arithmetic and counting money frequently.
- Show students pictures of credit cards and begin explaining how they work.
- Introduce the idea of interest and its pros and cons.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 2nd Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

By 3rd grade, students understand the idea of interest and that borrowing is not always free. They should be able to:

- Explain why a person who borrows $100 to buy something, often must pay back more than $100 at a future date.

## 3rd Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 3rd Grade – Interest : Students learn in-depth about interest, through videos, stories, activities, and online games. They see how credit works and the dangers of interest accruing on money they borrow.

## 3rd Grade Credit Worksheets

- Piles of Change
- Understanding Word Problems: Money
- How Much Change?
- Shopping Problems
- Counting Money

## 3rd Grade Credit Games and Activities

- Can I Buy It?
- Money Money Money
- Spending and Saving Money
- Goin’ Shoppin’

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 3rd Graders

- Keep building credit-related vocabulary.
- Practice money math and coin counting often.
- Link the ideas of income, saving, spending, and budgeting to using credit, showing students how to be responsible.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 3rd Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

4th-graders can grasp the concepts well, and teachers can start showing responsible credit habits. Students should be able to:

- Explain why a person might prefer to lend an item or money to one person over another.

## 4th Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 4th Grade – Managing Credit : This lesson teaches how to manage credit responsibly. Students watch a video about credit cards, read informational texts, complete activities, and play games to solidify their understanding.

## 4th Grade Credit Worksheets

- Choices Matter
- Coin Counting
- Financial Literacy
- Making Change

## 4th Grade Credit Games and Activities

- Operation Give Me Some Credit
- Giving Credit
- Decimals and Money
- Solve Word Problems

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 4th Graders

- Don’t underestimate your 4th-graders: push them to learn more higher-level concepts.
- Work on multiplication, division, and real-life interest calculations.
- Use group work to improve collaboration skills.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 4th Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

At this point, students can see how some items cost more than many can afford at one point. They should be able to:

- Justify the use of credit for a specific purchase.

## 5th Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 5th Grade – Credit and Debit : Students differentiate between credit and debit, learning how they can use each to their advantage. They see how using credit responsibly is important and how interest can fluctuate.

## 5th Grade Credit Worksheets

- Party Shopping
- Debit vs. Credit Cards
- Understanding a Credit Card Statement
- My Money Habits

## 5th Grade Credit Games and Activities

- How Do We Get the Things We Want?
- Money Games
- Credit Cards
- Capture the Change
- Financial Literacy Bingo

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 5th Graders

- Add an element of credit to your classroom store.
- Have students research credit card and lending sites to see how it works in real life.
- Continue working on money math skills through repetition.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 5th Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

In middle school and beyond, students can begin to calculate interest and understand differences in credit products. Students should be able to:

- See that credit cards typically charge higher interest rates on balances due compared with rates on other types of loans.

## 6th Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 6th Grade – Finance : In this lesson, students watch a video about credit cards and create a PSA. They also see how interest can be a positive and a negative and work on using multiplication to solve money problems.

## 6th Grade Credit Worksheets

- Credit Card Statement Exercise
- Are You Money Savvy?
- Money Goals
- Multiply Money
- Money Division Word Problems

## 6th Grade Credit Games and Activities

- Credit Card Interest
- Paying With a Credit Card
- Credit Card Math
- Developing Good Credit Habits
- Saving and Investing Blitz

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 6th Graders

- Emphasize often that credit is a way of borrowing money: they must pay back every penny.
- Show students that creditworthiness is their reputation, and they need to be responsible.
- Use online credit card calculators to see how interest can add up over time.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 6th Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

7th-graders understand the pros and cons of credit. They should be able to:

- Identify indicators that a person has accumulated too much debt.

## 7th Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 7th Grade – Personal Finance : This lesson has students analyze their spending habits and create budgets, including using credit and responsibly paying back charges. They work on setting goals, making detailed plans, and reading articles to learn how to manage their money.

## 7th Grade Credit Worksheets

- Financial Literacy: Credit/Debit
- This or That? Simple Interest
- Simple Interest Task Cards
- It’s All in the Budget
- How Interesting

## 7th Grade Credit Games and Activities

- Debit vs. Credit
- Student Loan Research
- Financial Football
- It All Adds Up

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 7th Graders

- Focus on the differences between debit and credit cards.
- Have students use money math in various subjects; work with other teachers, if possible.
- Use pretend credit cards in class to show kids how they work.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 7th Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

Students in this grade can break down what leads to good credit and strive to achieve that goal. They should be able to:

- Identify the type of information contained in a credit report.
- Explain why using credit to finance education and housing could be beneficial.

## 8th Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 8th Grade – Managing Credit : Your 8th-graders watch a video detailing how credit works, including credit scores and reports. They look at different types of loans, participate in various activities to strengthen knowledge, and play a credit game.

## 8th Grade Credit Worksheets

- Loans and Interest
- Simple and Compound Interest
- Getting a Credit Card
- Calculating Loan Payments

## 8th Grade Credit Games and Activities

- Credit Clash
- Dream Car Loan Activity
- Financial Literacy Card Game

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 8th Graders

- Be practical and use real-life examples constantly.
- Highlight the warning signs of credit misuse.
- Break down credit reports, showing kids the importance of monitoring them.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 8th Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

9th-graders are well aware of the details of credit and can now differentiate between specific loans and categories. They should be able to:

- Explain why lenders charge lower interest rates on secured loans than on unsecured loans.

## 9th Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 9th Grade – Banks and Banking : In this lesson, students learn about banks, their services, and their products, including credit cards. They see the difference between various loans, including secured and unsecured.

## 9th Grade Credit Worksheets

- Defining Economic Terms
- The Art of Budgeting
- Banking Services
- Borrowing Money for a House
- Building a Good Borrowing Reputation

## 9th Grade Credit Games and Activities

- Your Own World Bank Loan
- Credit Cards Activity
- Creating a PSA
- Cosigning Loans and Sharing Credit
- Car Loan Calculator

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 9th Graders

- Keep credit lessons specific to their lives.
- Show them the power of credit and also the dangers.
- Break down interest rates and how they can significantly affect the amount owed.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 9th Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

Students can see how credit will be part of their near future. They should be able to:

- Describe the different sources of funding for post-secondary education.

## 10th Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 10th Grade – Personal Finance : Students watch a video, read an article, and develop a personal plan for their financial future. They look at college costs and funding sources to get an idea of the amount they will need.

## 10th Grade Credit Worksheets

- Making Decisions
- Should You Use Credit?
- Understanding Minimum Payments
- Credit Myths and Realities
- Reading About Credit Scores

## 10th Grade Credit Games and Activities

- Con ‘Em if You Can
- Cars and Loans
- Identifying the Missing Credit Score Category
- Evaluating Credit Card Offers

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 10th Graders

- Show students the borrowing rates of auto, home, and credit cards.
- Break down credit scores and the specific ways to raise them.
- Have students in groups often to work on collaborative solutions.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 10th Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

11th-grade students apply their knowledge to personal situations, looking out for bad deals. They should be able to:

- Students see that alternative financial services, such as payday loans, check-cashing services, pawnshops, and instant tax refunds, provide easy access to credit, often at relatively high cost.

## 11th Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 11th Grade – Loans and Credit : Through videos, articles, assessments, and research, your 11th-graders will learn all about loans and credit. They see which lending sources are more reliable and how to avoid scams and bad decisions.

## 11th Grade Credit Worksheets

- Use Credit Wisely
- Qualifying for Loans
- Deciding Which Car Loan You Can Afford
- A Tale of Two Credit Scores
- Interest Rates Consumers Pay

## 11th Grade Credit Games and Activities

- Misadventures in Money Management
- Consumer Financial Protection Bureau Games
- Money Magic
- Comparing Financial Aid Offers
- Role-Playing Borrowing and Lending

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 11th Graders

- Give your students time to research personal credit and financial goals.
- Show the many credit calculators and tools available online.
- Have kids research the costs of college, weighing their career goals and incomes.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 11th Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

12th-graders should have a deep understanding of credit and how to improve their situations. They should be able to:

- See that a credit score is a numeric rating that assesses a person’s credit risk based on information in their credit report.

## 12th Grade Credit Lesson Plans

- KMLP 12th Grade –Managing Credit : Students learn how credit scores work, analyze a credit report and statement, and maximize their credit usage to boost their overall finances. They complete several activities to build knowledge, including videos, PowerPoints, and games.

## 12th Grade Credit Worksheets

- Credit Score
- Reading a Credit Card Statement
- Taking Your Next Steps
- Financial Awareness Activities
- Needs and Wants

## 12th Grade Credit Games and Activities

- Cat Insanity
- Shopping in Credit City
- Learning How FAFSA Works Hit the Road

## Tips for Teaching Credit to 12th Graders

- Let students research, research, research.
- Have students explore which credit monitoring sites and apps are best for safety and accuracy.
- Focus on career exploration and the role of credit in achieving those goals.

For more resources on other topics, check out our 12th Grade Money Lesson Plans Center .

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There’s no better way to encourage outside-the-box thinking than math brain teasers for kids! They’re usually much more about using logic than being a math whiz, so everyone will need to think creatively. Here are some of our favorite math brain teasers for kids, which are perfect for bell ringers, extra credit, or to fill the last few minutes at the end of class.

## 1. Using only addition, add eight 8s to get the number 1,000.

Answer: 888 + 88 + 8 + 8 + 8 = 1,000

## 2. Two years ago, I was three times as old as my brother was. In three years, I will be twice as old as my brother. How old is each of us now?

Answer: The older brother is 17, and the younger brother is 7.

## 3. If a hen and a half lays an egg and a half in a day and a half, how many eggs will half a dozen hens lay in half a dozen days?

Answer: 2 dozen, or 24 eggs

## 4. When does 9 + 5 = 2?

Answer: When you’re telling time. 9:00 + 5 hours = 2:00.

## 5. A farmer had 17 sheep. All but 9 of them ran away. How many sheep does she have left?

6. a boy is 2 years old. his brother is half as old as him. when the first boy is 100, how old will his brother be, 7. use the numbers 2, 3, 4, and 5 and the symbols + and = to make a true math equation..

Answer: 2 + 5 = 3 + 4

## 8. If 3 cats can catch 3 bunnies in 3 minutes, how long will it take 100 cats to catch 100 bunnies?

Answer: 3 minutes

## 9. Mr. Lee has 4 daughters. Each of his daughters has 1 brother. How many children does Mr. Lee have?

Answer: 5 (All of the daughters have the same brother.)

## 10. What single digit appears most frequently between and including the numbers 1 and 1,000?

11. which weighs more: 16 ounces of feathers or a pound of solid gold.

Answer: They weigh the same. 16 ounces = 1 pound, no matter what material is being weighed.

## 12. Jake bought a pair of shoes and a shirt, which cost a total of $150. The shoes cost $100 more than the shirt. How much was each item?

Answer: The shoes cost $125, the shirt $25.

## 13. You have two coins that total 30 cents. One of them is not a nickel. What are the two coins?

Answer: A quarter and a nickel. (Only ONE of the coins is not a nickel!)

## 14. A + B + C = D, and A x B x C = D. What numbers make these two equations true?

Answer: A = 1, B = 2, C = 3, and D = 6

## 15. Solve this in your head (no writing it down!). Take 1,000 and add 40 to it. Add another 1,000. Now add 30. Add another 1,000. Now add 20. Add another 1,000. Now add 10. What is the total?

Answer: 4,100

## 16. Grandmother died and left half her money to her granddaughter and half of that amount to her grandson. She left a sixth to her brother, and the remainder, $1,000, to the animal shelter. How much did she leave altogether?

Answer: $12,000

## 17. Your sock drawer contains 18 white socks and 18 blue socks. Without looking, what is the smallest number of socks you should take out to guarantee a matching pair?

18. you planted sunflower seeds in your garden. every day, the number of flowers doubles. if it takes 52 days for the flowers to fill the garden, how many days would it take for them to fill half the garden, 19. there are 100 houses in the neighborhood where alex and dev live. alex’s house number is the reverse of dev’s house number. the difference between their house numbers ends with 2. what are their house numbers.

Answer: 19 and 91

## 20. What can you place between 8 and 9 to make the outcome greater than 8 but less than 9?

Answer: A decimal (8.9 is greater than 8 but less than 9.)

## 21. Multiply this number with any other number and you will get the same answer every time. What is the number?

Answer: Zero

## 22. If there are 6 oranges in a basket, and you take out 4, how many oranges do you have?

Answer: 4 (You took 4 oranges, so you have 4 oranges!)

## 23. There are 8 apples in a basket. Eight people each take 1 apple, but there is still 1 apple in the basket. How can this be?

Answer: The 8th person took the basket with 1 apple still in it.

## 24. Multiply all the numbers on the number pad of a phone. What is the total?

Answer: Zero (Phone number pads include the numbers 0-9.)

## 25. There are 7 kids in the Garcia family, each born 2 years apart. If the eldest Garcia child is 19, how old is the youngest Garcia child?

26. two mothers and 2 daughters each had 1 egg for breakfast, but they only ate 3 eggs all together. how can this be.

Answer: There were only 3 people—a grandmother, her daughter, and her granddaughter.

## 27. A 300-foot train traveling 300 feet per minute must travel through a 300-foot-long tunnel. How long will it take the train to travel through the tunnel?

Answer: 2 minutes. (It takes the front of the train 1 minute, and the rest of the train will take 1 more minute to clear the tunnel.)

## 28. I am a three-digit number. My second digit is four times greater than the third digit. My first digit is three less than my second digit. What number am I?

Answer: 141

## 29. Tom was asked to paint numbers outside 100 apartments, which means he will have to paint numbers 1 through 100. How many times will he have to paint the number 8?

Answer: 20 times (8, 18, 28, 38, 48, 58, 68, 78, 80, 81, 82, 83, 84, 85, 86, 87, 88 [two 8s], 89, 98)

## 30. Ellie works at the aquarium. When she tries to put each turtle in its own tank, she has one turtle too many. But if she puts two turtles per tank, she has one tank too many. How many turtles and how many tanks does Ellie have?

Answer: Ellie has 3 tanks and 4 turtles.

## 31. If eggs cost 12 cents a dozen, how many eggs can you get for $1?

Answer: 100 eggs (The eggs cost 1 penny each.)

## 32. If you toss a coin 100 times and it lands heads up every time, what is the chance it will land heads up on your next throw?

Answer: 50/50 (The previous tosses don’t make any difference; you always have an equal chance of heads or tails.)

## 33. You’re visiting a clothing store that has a strange way of pricing items. A vest costs $20, socks cost $25, a tie costs $15, and a blouse costs $30. You want to buy some underwear. How much will it cost?

Answer: $45. Items cost $5 for each letter used to spell the word.

## 34. How can you make this equation correct: 81 x 9 = 801?

Answer: Turn it upside down: 108 = 6 x 18.

## 35. You’re planning to spend your birthday money taking some friends to the movies. Is it cheaper to take 1 friend to the movies twice, or 2 friends to the movies at the same time?

Answer: Take 2 friends at the same time, so you’ll only buy 3 tickets total. If you take 1 friend twice, you’ll need to buy yourself a ticket each time, for a total of 4 tickets.

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