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A personal emotional bank account for the students data notebook. The 7 Habits of highly productive students and Leader In Me promotes drops in the bucket and making withdrawals into personal bank accounts. This chart can be used for students to write down when they add to people's emotional bank accounts and when they make withdrawals.

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High school students will start deciding where they want their money to go (bank, credit union, money market account, stock market and more)

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from 3rd Grade Thoughts

Deposits & Withdraws to Our Emotional Bank Accounts

3rd Grade Thoughts: Deposits & Withdraws to Our Emotional Bank Accounts, setting WOW goals for behavior: awesome idea!!!!

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"you make me smile" wall I made in my fourth grade classroom:) Students would write on little smiley faces and put them in other students envelopes.

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from Life as a Dare

How to Budget Your Money as a Student

I hate budgeting. It's stressful and finicky, but it's necessary. Here are some easy ways to budget your money as a student so that you know you won't bleed your bank account dry! read the rest at lifeasadare.com

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"We make deposits in others' Emotional Bank Accounts!" Thinking win-win because if you add a drop in the bucket, that person feels great and so do you!

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This is posted in the room for students to reference. Notice that they have to pay bills each month ($50)! Students keep track of their money on a Bank Account Ledger. I do not actually hand out classroom currency or physical checks each week (as I have done in the past) because it is simply too much work. Students keep a ledger of their money and every entry must be signed by one of our student economists.

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