Money Management Training System

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Allowance Game--A Consumer Math Game

A board game that is meant to be played by children (3rd grade and higher)who have Autism or cognitive impairment, so that they may practice math skills while learning responsible money management skills, as players practice earning, spending, and saving money. This is an open-ended game with several options or ways to play depending on the amount of time available to play. Some options for play include: the player who earns $20 first wins, or the first one around the board wins.

Basic Adult Competencies (Bac)

Basic Adult Competencies is an independent living skills tutorial and job skills training system designed for use by individuals with cognitive, learning, or vision disabilities. This series of 14 duplicatable books is written at a third to sixth grade reading levels and can be used by high school students and adults independently or in groups. Each book teaches a specific set of skills. The books start with a pretest, followed by a series of specific skill sections with a short test after each

Budget Town And Budget City (Model Bt-01Q & Bc-01Q)

Budget Town and Budget City, models BT-01Q and BC-01Q, are money management training systems designed to teach sequenced money skills to people ages 8 years old and up who have mental retardation or learning disabilities. Budget Town is the introductory game using color-coding, picture cues, and cash-only transactions to teach basic budget concepts. This game includes a game board, 48 pay/collect cards, 16 mail cards, money set, 1 die, 6 pawns, and instructions. Budget City is a more advanced tw

Calculator With Cues (Model Cc-01F)

The Calculator with Cues, model CC-01F, is a money management training system designed to enable people with cognitive disabilities to manage simple cash transactions. The calculator cue enables the user to add cash on hand and determine tips and taxes, while the next dollar cue assists with simple cash transactions. The set includes a calculator, 2 next dollar cues, and 2 calculator cues. WARRANTY: The manufacturer guarantees complete satisfaction with this product or it may be exchanged or ret

Check Writer Program (Model Cw-01F)

The Check Writer, model CW-01F, is a money management training system designed to teach non-reading students to write checks accurately. The set includes a laminated number cue with numbers spelled out and cents written as fractions for users to copy. Also included are a resource file, 2 blank check pads, 2 balancing books, a checkbook cover, and instructions. WARRANTY: The manufacturer guarantees complete satisfaction with this product or it may be exchanged or returned for a full refund or rep

Check Writing Practice Program

The Check Writing Practice Program is a money management training system designed for use with individuals with learning and other cognitive disabilities. The complete set includes 100 Check Writing Practice blackline master worksheets with instructions in a binder ($49.95) and ten check packets with 75 real checks, 24 deposit slips, one identification card, a check register, and a vinyl check wallet. This programs provides the user with the opportunity to first practice writing checks on realis

Check Writing Program

Check Writing Program is a money management and consumer skills training system designed to teach checking account management to people with cognitive disabilities. The program includes a Check Writing Workbook (10 copies included) containing a list of bills to be paid using real-life materials in the Check Packet. A 4-page workbook covers such topics as how checks work, choosing a bank, types of checks, making deposits, endorsing checks, reconciling statements, overdrafts, and more. It also inc

Coin Abacus

Coin Abacus is an electronic teaching tool, designed for use by students of all ages with learning disabilities or cognitive impairments. Users learn to master money counting skills by sliding the realistic coins and bills from left to right and see the total on the easy-to-read LCD screen. When a coin or bill is moved back to the left, the amount is subtracted from the total. Students see how different coin combinations can equal the same amount of money. There are two games to challenge stude

Coin Book (Model Cb-01F)

The Coin Book, model CB-01F, is a money management training system designed to provide people with cognitive disabilities with picture prompts to help determine the correct combinations for such activities as making phone calls, paying bus fare, and using vending machines. WARRANTY: The manufacturer guarantees complete satisfaction with this product or it may be exchanged or returned for a full refund or replacement within 30 days of the date of purchase.

Coin Flip (Model Cf-01F)

The Coin Flip, model CF-01F, is a money management training system designed to provide people with cognitive disabilities with picture prompts to help determine the correct combinations for such activities as making phone calls, paying bus fare, and using vending machines. Coin representations are the same size as actual coins for ease in matching. WARRANTY: The manufacturer guarantees complete satisfaction with this product or it may be exchanged or returned for a full refund or replacement wit

Coin-U-Lator

The Coin-u-lator is an independent living skills tutorial designed to assist individuals with cognitive disabilities in learning money skills. Resembling a hand-held calculator, this device features keys that resemble actual money (dollar bill, penny, nickel, dime, and quarter) rather than number keys, enabling those with limited math skills and no understanding of the decimal function to calculate amounts. The Coin-u-lator can be used to count money, track totals on potential purchases, or to p

Coins And Dollars

Coins and Dollars is a money management and consumer skills tutorial program for people with cognitive disabilities. It is designed to teach and reinforce the recognition of money and concepts relating to the use of money. The application contains 80 videos and is narrated with human-quality audio. One instance of Coins and Dollars can be used on the same device by multiple people and administered by a therapist or care provider in a password-protected administration section. The administrator c

Counting Money (6240 Series)

Counting Money, 6240 Series, is a money management tutorial program to teach the introductory use of money to students with a reading level of 1.0 from Elementary grades through Adult Basic Education. The series of 5 workbooks progresses in hierarchically ordered steps, beginning with small coins in Book 1 and culminating with bills in Book 5. Each workbook contains 76 work pages. Book 1 teaches combinations of pennies and nickels up to the value of 10 cents; Book 2 teaches combinations of penni

Deluxe Banking Program

The Deluxe Banking Program is a money management training system designed for use with individuals with learning and other cognitive disabilities. This program covers every aspect of maintaining a checking account: deposits, personal checks, check registers, ATM/Debit cards, personal identification numbers (PIN), and monthly statements. The complete set includes 50 short stories for writing checks and 25 other real-life transactions, 150 reproducible worksheets and instructions in a teacher's bi

Drive-Thru Menu Math: Multiply & Divide Money

The Drive-Thru Menu Math software is designed to provide money management opportunities for students in grades 4-6 with cognitive and learning disabilities while ordering from a menu. Students solve computation and real-life word problems by referring to the highly visual drive-thru menus. Figuring food costs, computing taxes, and making change are just a few of the skills covered in this hands-on series. Math objectives are clearly stated on each page making it easy to focus on the skills your

Financial Management For Employment And Life Skills (Clfm)

Financial Management for Employment and Life Skills is a consumer skills and money management training program designed for use by high school students and adults with cognitive or other disabilities. The curriculum, which is part of the Life Skills Curriculum, includes 17 duplicatable books, 17 duplicatable CD-ROMs, and 17 online lessons. The materials equip students with the knowledge and skills to set goals for themselves and make better personal choices. Students can use the curriculum indep

Handling Your Money (Mmm)

Handling Your Money is a money management training system designed for use by individuals with cognitive, learning, or vision disabilities. This series of fourteen duplicatable books is written at a third to sixth grade reading level and can be used by high school students and adults independently or in groups. These books cover basic information that students need to know to make them intelligent personal money managers. Each book teaches a specific set of skills and starts with a pretest. Ava

Hands-On Money (Model Hm-01F)

Hands-on Money, model HM-01F, is a money management training system designed to teach money handling skills using realistic coin and currency to people with mental retardation or learning disabilities. The set includes 190 assorted bills in ones, fives, tens, twenties, and fifties. The 304 coins include pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters, and half dollars. WARRANTY: The manufacturer guarantees complete satisfaction with this product or it may be exchanged or returned for a full refund or replacem

Make-A-Dollar Card Game

The Make-A-Dollar Card Game is a money management tutorial and training system designed to teach and reinforce coin recognition to people with cognitive disabilities. The set includes 50 cards and instructions for 5 games. The basic Make-A-Dollar game has players collect cards to enable them to make a dollar total. Make-A-Match has all the cards face up on the table while 2 or more players match like amounts. To play How Much, one player names an amount while others search for cards to equal th

Money Equivalence

Money Equivalence is a money management and consumer skills tutorial program for people with cognitive disabilities. It is designed to teach and reinforce the recognition of money and concepts relating to making change. The application contains 80 videos and is narrated with human-quality audio. One instance of Money Equivalence can be used on the same device by multiple people and administered by a therapist or care provider in a password-protected administration section. The administrator can

Money Equivalence Puzzles (Dollar)

Money Equivalence Puzzles (Dollars) is designed for students in grades 1-3 with cognitive and learning disabilities learning to identify money. With these self-correcting puzzles, students will get plenty of practice counting dollar bills. Each set features two levels of play on 24 reversible puzzles. Plus with no written words, these games are perfect for non-readers or ESL/ELL students. Dollar Puzzles provide pictorial examples of equivalent dollar combinations with emphasis on small bills. Ma

Money Handling And Budgeting (Models 1-83080-00 & 1-83081-00)

Money Handling and Budgeting is a money management training system designed for use by individuals who are blind or have low vision. This system includes a resource guide with an adapted practice checkbook for teaching vital money handling skills. Skills taught include coin and bill identification, counting money and making change, budgeting, basic employment strategies, and banking skills (e.g., paying bills, acquiring loans, and using savings accounts). The system is available in a print editi

Money Math

Money Math is a money management training system designed for use with individuals with cognitive disabilities. The complete program includes Grocery Store Math ($49.95), Discount Store Math ($49.95), and Drug Store Math ($49.95). Each program uses appropriate store flyers in which students locate the prices of 48 common items. This approach helps students become accustomed to using flyers received in the mail, distributed in newspapers, or obtained in the local store. The 96 visual worksheets o

Money Skills

Money Skills is a money management training system and tutorial program in a board game format designed to teach people with cognitive disabilities how to handle true-to-life money management situations. The program reinforces the idea that all individuals should learn to manage their personal finances to the best of their ability. Draw card categories coins and bills, your money, shopping, and money safety. Topics include identifying coins and bills, counting common coin combinations, budgeting

Money Station Software

Money Station is an instructional program that provides hands-on activities, worksheets and standards-based skill sets to form a comprehensive money program.

Money Stickers (Model Ms-01F)

Money Stickers, model MS-01F, is a money management training system designed to teach money handling skills to people who have mental retardation or learning disabilities. The set includes 4 vinyl sheets of punch-out stickers of coins and currency, 3 poly mounting boards, and instructions. DIMENSIONS: The mounting boards are 4 x6 inches. WARRANTY: The manufacturer guarantees complete satisfaction with this product or it may be exchanged or returned for a full refund or replacement within 30 days

Money Words

Money Words is a money management and consumer skills tutorial program for people with cognitive disabilities. It is designed to teach and reinforce the recognition of words related to money and concepts relating to managing money such as banking, budgeting and the use of credit cards. The application contains 80 videos and is narrated with human-quality audio. One instance of Money Words can be used on the same device by multiple people and administered by a therapist or care provider in a pass

Moneywise Kids

Moneywise Kids is a board game designed to teach money management skills to children ages seven and up with cognitive or learning disabilities. This two-player game uses realistic-looking bills in denominations up to $100 and realistic-looking coins to teach making change and budgeting. It also teaches and reinforces addition, subtraction, and multiplication skills.

Necessary Knowledge (Nke)

Necessary Knowledge is an independent living skills tutorial and job skills training system designed for use by individuals with cognitive, learning, or vision disabilities. This series of 36 duplicatable books and 36 audio CDs is written at an average fourth grade reading level and can be used by high school students and adults independently or in groups. Each book teaches a specific set of skills and vocabulary. Some of the titles include: The Interview; First Weeks of Work; Earning Money Now;

Road To The Bank

Road to the Bank is an independent living personal skills tutorial program designed to teach children ages three and up about personal responsibility and money management. This product uses a game-style format to encourage children to complete daily chores such as making the bed, vacuuming, helping in the kitchen, doing homework, and others or to perform personal care activities such as brushing teeth and bathing. Responsibilities are illustrated on pre-printed chore cards and blank cards are al

Ten Dollar Book (Model Tb-01F)

The Ten Dollar Book, model TB-01F, is a money management training system designed to provide people with cognitive disabilities with picture prompts to help determine the correct combination of bills for making $10 purchases and whether change is due. WARRANTY: The manufacturer guarantees complete satisfaction with this product or it may be exchanged or returned for a full refund or replacement within 30 days of the date of purchase.

Total Living

Total Living is an independent living skills tutorial designed for use with individuals with learning disabilities. This one-semester curriculum is designed to enable students to learn to organize the various aspects of life into a manageable whole. Topics include budgeting, the extended worls, family, health, household, leisure, community, and work. The curriculum includes hands-on problem solving exercises.

Touchmoney Software And Worksheets

TouchMoney Software and Worksheets is a money management training system and tutorial program designed to teach accurate counting of various combinations of coins to people with cognitive disabilities. The software program uses a combination of teaching activities and games to help students master the TouchCounting method of touching coins in a specific location a specified number of times to determine value. As students complete each step and play its corresponding game, they learn to successfu

Where Does My Money Go? Level I & Level Ii

Where Does My Money Go? is a money management training system in a board game format designed for use with individuals with learning and other cognitive disabilities. Both levels use realistic currency to teach basic money handling skills. Level I ($64.95) requires players to conduct money transactions at the grocery store, restaurant, mall, and shopping mart. It also focuses on ways to earn money, pay bills, and deal with unexpected expenses. The currency at this level is limited quarters, $1,

Where Does My Money Go? Software

Where Does My Money Go? Software is a money management training system in a game format designed for use with individuals with learning and other cognitive disabilities. This game uses realistic currency to teach basic money handling skills and requires players to conduct money transactions at the grocery store, restaurant, mall, and shopping mart. It focuses on ways to earn money, pay bills, and deal with unexpected expenses. Draw cards inform players of how much money they will receive or what

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