Feed the Pig for Tweens

Bring Math Skills to Life and Help Your Students Learn
How to Make Money-Smart Decisions!

Order your FREE Feed the Pig for Tweens kit today!

Feed the Pig for Tweens is brought to you by the American Institute of Certified Public Accountants and the Ad Council.

 
Each Kit Contains:
Feed the Pig for Tweens Teacher Guide
Feed the Pig for Tweens Teacher's Guide
(includes Bankes Bucks and Family Goal)
Activity instructions, teaching tips, assessment rubrics, extension activities and hands-on tools make this unit easy to teach! The Bankes Bucks reproducible sheet of cut-out play money offers students a hands-on learning experience. The Feed the Pig Family Goal take-home activity is a great way to involve the whole family in learning about the important financial literacy concepts your students will learn in class.
 
The Great Piglet Challenge
The Great Piglet Challenge DVD Game
An Interactive Adventure in Saving and Spending
This fast-paced, animated interactive game features the Bankes Piglets and gives students the opportunity to try out their responsible financial decision-making skills in class and at home! Available on DVD and online.
 
Bankes Piglet Cards
Bankes Piglet Cards (set of 12)
Twelve dynamic and diverse piglet characters, representing rural, suburban and urban settings, illustrate various spending and saving scenarios for the students to identify with and learn from. Students are challenged to help their piglet friends develop responsible financial habits.
For questions, please contact feedthepig@aicpa.org.
 
There are a limited number of kits. We recommend one kit per classroom. Kits are available on a first-come, first-served basis.
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