20 Money & Finance Flashcards

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How to teach financial literacy to kids?

One of the ways is using money flashcards. Download the set above and tell your children about the following finance terms:

  • money – something generally accepted as a medium of exchange, a measure of value, or a means of payment;
  • coins – a flat disc or piece of metal with an official stamp, used as money;
  • credit card – a thin slab of plastic issued by a financial company, that lets cardholders borrow funds with which to pay for goods and services;
  • banknote – a piece of printed paper that has a particular value as money;
  • bill – a printed or written statement of the money owed for goods or services;
  • fine – a sum of money exacted as a penalty by a court of law or other authority;
  • budget – an estimate of income and expenditure for a set period of time;
  • mortgage – a loan of money which you get from a bank or building society in order to buy a house;
  • debt –  an amount of money borrowed by one party from another
  • deposit –  a sum of money kept or placed in a bank account, typically to gain interest;
  • ATM (Automated Teller Machine) – a machine that dispenses cash or performs other banking services when an account holder inserts a bank card;
  • salary – the regular payment by an employer to an employee for employment that is expressed either monthly or annually;
  • cashier – a person handling payments and receipts in a shop, bank, or business;
  • stock market – where traders buy and sell shares of companies on a public exchange;
  • price – the monetary (exchange) value of a good, service or resource;
  • discount – a reduction in the usual price;
  • currency – the money that is used in a particular country at a particular time (e.g., dollar in the USA, rouble in Russia, euro in the most countries of the European Union);
  • profit – the surplus remaining after total costs are deducted from total revenue;
  • loss – an amount by which the cost of something exceeds its selling price;
  • piggy bank – a coin bank often in the shape of a pig.

How to use money flashcards?

  1. Print the PDF file using black-‘n-white or color printer.
  2. Cut the cards along dashed lines.
  3. If necessary, you may laminate the cards with wide transparent tape.
  4. Then use our flashcard games to memorize the terms with your kids or ESL students.

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