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Banking Kids: Checking Account

This interactive resource teaches students how to write checks, keep a check register, fill out deposit slips, make purchases, track receipts, and read bank statements.
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It’s never too early for students to begin learning financial literacy. This interactive resource teaches students how to write checks, keep a check register, fill out deposit slips, make purchases, track receipts, and read bank statements. Real-world situations help students see how these skills are necessary in their own lives.

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