Home - Rainbow Resource Center, Homeschooling Curriculum and Homeschooling Supplies. Where homeschoolers come for home school curriculum

Welcome to RainbowResource.com — Learning Tools for Homes and Schools Serving Home Educators Since 1989

Money

Category
Publisher
Language
Search Results for "money"
Items 1 - 30 of 589
  • Item #: 064969
    ISBN: 9781770851986
    Retail: $29.95
    Rainbow Price: $21.50

       Everything you want to know about money, all between the covers of this 256-page book. Presented in a visual and textual format, learn about taxes, banking, investment houses, stock markets, hedge funds, inflation, pensions, coinage, and financial culture. You will read about key figures in economics, history and learn interesting facts about how countries cope with debt, interest rates, credit ratings, and money vs happiness. I avoided writing this description because I didn’t think this would be that engaging, but found that I didn’t want to stop reading after I started. Although I’m sure some of the statistics were outdated shortly after printing (2013), the presentation is fascinating. This book would just be a good resource for anyone who wants to understand a monetary system better. Did you know that the concept of credit has been around since Louis XV, a dollar will buy 8 cups of milk in Kenya, and money from Keno slips help build the Great Wall in China. The publisher touts this as a jargon free publication, but you will be introduced to a lot of new vocabulary. “Jargon Free” means that they give you the meaning of those words right on the same page they are used. You will also find a glossary at the back.  

      This book could be used as a supplement to your economics course, or just as a shelf reference. The explanations might help parents understand financing and the mechanics of the system a little better too. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 025736
    ISBN: 9781414345536
    Retail: $7.99
    Rainbow Price: $6.25

    These days money comes in all forms, from coins and checks to something passed around the electronic world of debit cards and online banking. But we often wonder if money is either inherently good or evil. When money is treated properly in light of what God says, money is a good thing. Did you know that Jesus Christ talked more about money than any other subject? Thankfully, Randy Alcorn unpacks what God has to say on the subject with many biblical references. He explains that all money belongs to God, but that He has given it to us to manage. Alcorn skillfully reveals God's view of money, our mandate to be stewards, how we should manage what has been entrusted to us, and lastly, how those principles can be passed on to the next generation. Written in an informative and flowing manner, the book will impart information you will not soon forget. 255 pgs, pb. John

  • Item #: 000237
    ISBN: 9780942617511
    Retail: $10.95
    Rainbow Price: $9.95

    A step up from Whatever Happened to Penny Candy in both subject matter and grade level, this deals with inflation, paper money, gold supply and interest rates. The concept of "velocity" of money circulation is discussed, with its resulting effect on your career, business, and investments. Richard Maybury also gives his two cents as to where you should invest your money.

  • Item #: 022735
    ISBN: 9780977940769
    Retail: $19.95
    Rainbow Price: $9.95
    If you give to a ministry, are you responsible for how it uses your money? Author Mary Kinney Branson believes that it is in the best interest of the giver, and the Kingdom, for a person to make sure that his donation is used wisely. Most of her story relates to her tenure at the North American Mission Board, an organization supported by the Southern Baptistââ‚™s Cooperative Program. She relates episodes of wasteful spending and extravagant living among some of the brass of the organization. Although the story is confined to this one organization, the principles that she outlines can be applied to evaluating the operations of any organization to whom you might donate money. 193 pg, pb. - Bob
  • Item #: 029480
    ISBN: 9780942617498
    Retail: $8.95
    Rainbow Price: $7.95

    Designed to enhance students' understanding and retention of the subject matter presented in The Money Mystery. Includes comprehension questions, application questions, and research / essay assignments.

  • Item #: 008120
    ISBN: 9781483826912
    Retail: $16.99
    Rainbow Price: $11.95

    The Complete Book of Time & Money contains all of this type of instruction you'll need: Time to the Hour; Time to the Half-Hour; Time to the Quarter-Hour; Time to the Minute; Time Review; Coins (Pennies through half-dollars); Coins and Bills (dollar bills only); Money Review.

  • Item #: 049040
    ISBN: 9780823017270
    Retail: $8.95
    Rainbow Price: $3.58

    Subtitled "Getting Smart About Making It, Saving It, and Spending It," this guide briefly covers the basics for handling money. The authors encourage girls to heed parental advice, save money for both short-term and long-term needs, make a budget, work for the experience as well as the money, learn to invest, become a smart shopper, give to charity, and analyze spending before and after the fact. Within these topics you'll find information on job selection (including self-employment), job hunting and interviewing, making a resume, being a good employee, income taxes, credit/debit cards, compound interest, savings bonds, and investing in the stock market. This is a good little introduction to money management, and it has colorful cartoon-like illustrations and graphics that should appeal to teens. 96 pgs, pb ~ Caryl

  • Item #: 032881
    ISBN: 9780890518052
    Retail: $13.99
    Rainbow Price: $10.75

    Although this is titled as an economics course, it is probably more specifically personal finance. This planner combines with Bankruptcy of our Nation and the Money Wise DVD to teach high school students about the state of the finances of our country and what personal things can be done to survive and thrive in this present and future economics crisis. The course is laid out in 180 daily lessons but equals only ½ high school credit just double up on the lessons if you want to finish in one semester. The suggested schedule is printed in the book and offers space to record due dates for assignments and grade recording. Worksheets are provided to accompany the book and DVD, along with quizzes, tests, and an answer key. This study will biblically prepare your high school student to be fiscally responsible even if the government isn't. ~ Donna

  • Item #: 065137
    ISBN: 9781933550558
    Retail: $15.00
    Rainbow Price: $14.75

    Seriously academic, this comprehensive book from Ludwig von Mises provides an in-depth study of Austrian School of Economics on the everyday money and credit banking system. Part 1 begins with a look at the Nature of Money, where he explores the function of money, the measure of value, kinds of money and the enemies of money. In part 2, the Value of Money, he examines the concept of the value of money, the determinants of the purchasing power of money, problems with objective exchange-value of money, the social consequences of variations in the objective exchange value of money, and monetary policy. Part 3 goes deeper into money and banking including the business of banking, the evolution of fiduciary media and the demand for money, credit and interest including a look at problems of credit policy. The final section explores Monetary Reconstruction including principles of sound money, contemporary currency systems, and the return to sound money. While there are no chapter questions for review, parents and high school students with an interest in macroeconomics, banking or even politics, will find this an intriguing examination of the money and credit. If you are considering it for high school credit, students would benefit from a summary essay or presentation on each section. Indexed. 493 pgs. HC.~ Deanne

  • Item #: 019622
    ISBN: 9780802446350
    Retail: $10.99
    Rainbow Price: $7.95

    Managing money is not just a problem for kids; it's a problem for people of all ages. However, it is easiest to manage money if you learn how when you are young and first handling your own money. This book is designed to do just that. It approaches kids on their level with fun stories, jokes, puzzles and more while addressing them in a mature, adult manner with advice, godly principles, and Scripture. The 12 chapters focus on stewardship, trusting God, tithing and giving, being content, diligence and excellence, honesty, generosity, spending, saving and investing, debt and credit, budgeting, and planning. Fun facts about money are scattered throughout the pages, and Treasure Hunt pages encourage students to read through the Bible study passages in order to learn more about money and money related stories in the Bible. Teach your child to be a good steward. 63 pgs. - Melissa

  • Item #: 007926
    Retail: $9.99
    Rainbow Price: $7.95

  • Item #: 058497
    ISBN: 9781467715133
    Retail: $6.95
    Rainbow Price: $5.95
  • Item #: 061076
    ISBN: 9781619302594
    Retail: $14.95
    Rainbow Price: $10.95

    Money can be a confusing thing. However, as kids learn what it is, where it came from, how to get it and how to use it, they can be confident in their handling of money. This book is a fantastic introduction to money. Students will learn about the history of money, bartering, and value. They will also be introduced to all of the coin and bill denominations of US currency, and then they will learn the basics of banking and using money. The projects throughout the book help kids explore the features of money and learn to count money as well as teach them, in a hands-on way, to understand place value, bank registers, spending and saving and much more (including some fun games with money!). Sprinkled with jokes, fun facts, and vocabulary throughout, this is an amusing introduction that will give kids a good foundation for financial literacy. 90 pgs, pb. ~ Zach

  • Item #: 058492
    ISBN: 9781467715089
    Retail: $6.95
    Rainbow Price: $5.95
  • Item #: 005987
    Retail: $2.00
    Rainbow Price: $1.62

    Use this short little book to learn the basics of Godly money management. Divided into 9 lessons, students will learn about values, work habits, ethics, economics functions, business behavior, planning, legal matters and health issues, relating to others, and wills. For the price, you are probably expecting a reference guide, but this booklet is over 100 pages of information and written activities to promote financial integrity and awareness. This course was originally written as a correspondence course to be mailed in upon completion; therefore, there is no answer key to accompany this booklet. It is a short read and parents could read the book before handing it over to the student or read along with them. This would be a good solution to the lack of an answer component. This book may be small, but it is mighty in what it has to teach in the area of basic money management.

  • Item #: 049246
    Retail: $48.00
    Rainbow Price: $26.95

    Learning to make correct change is a valuable skill that is quickly being lost in this day of automated cash registers and calculators. Whether you desire to teach change-making or simply money management skills (how quickly do I run out of money when buying everything I want!), this money set will be a valuable hands-on learning resource in the classroom or at home.

    A sturdy 18½"x10½" plastic case contains 12 compartments-six each for bills and coins. A clear plastic lid is included for easy storage. Included bills are realistic, down to the use of two-colored graphics, and measure 2"x5 ½". Set contains 100 each of dollar bills, fives, tens and twenties, and 50 each of fifties and hundreds. Authentic in appearance, the coins have authentic dimensions (although thicker), groves, if applicable, and are colored as their real counterparts. Coinage consists of 100 each of pennies, nickels, dimes and quarters plus 50 each of Kennedy half-dollars and Sacajawea dollar coins. This would make a great tool for learning money skills with a mock store or alongside mom and dad during a monthly budget meeting. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 058493
    ISBN: 9781467715119
    Retail: $6.95
    Rainbow Price: $5.95
  • Item #: 045591
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $2.40

  • Item #: 045592
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $2.40

  • Item #: 045437
    Retail: $19.99
    Rainbow Price: $15.50

    There is so much to be learned using play money! My kids used to make a pet shop with their stuffed animals and I would come and buy something at their store. It was darling and they would have loved having play money to use. Think of the counting and math they have to do when making change! This large wooden tray has 6 places for bills and 5 spots for change. All of the money is realistic in size and color, though clearly pretend. The box measures 18" long x 10.25 wide and 1.25" high. Use this set in your math lessons when kids are learning about money. You could even use the pretend money for behavior incentives and let them buy "privileges" around the house once a week. At the bottom of each box area is a picture of what goes there. Bills include a stack of $1, $5, $10, $20, $50 and $100. Coins include a bag of pennies, nickels, dimes, quarters and half dollars over 500 pieces in all. There is plenty here to play with! ~ Sara

    1CHOKING HAZARD 3+

  • Item #: 045633
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $2.40

  • Item #: 045636
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $2.40

  • Item #: 068994
    ISBN: 9780890518113
    Retail: $58.97
    Rainbow Price: $42.95

  • Item #: 008710
    ISBN: 9780802446367
    Retail: $12.99
    Rainbow Price: $8.95
  • Item #: 059789
    ISBN: 9781937077631
    Retail: $24.99
    Rainbow Price: $15.50

    As parents, there is no greater blessing than to watch our children grow into adulthood internalizing and owning what we sought to teach them. Popular radio host Dave Ramsey, along with co-author and daughter, Rachel, share an essential vision and practical strategies to raise money smart kids, from toddler to teen.

    Topics include the value of work and earning a commission (not allowance), budgets and spending, saving, giving, consequences of debt (from credit card to college loan), contentment, and a range of family situations-from adoption, single parenting, blended families, private vs. public school choices to estate planning. Includes student budget templates for immediate application of the principles for the teens in your family.

    Whether you have attended a Financial Peace University class or are simply wanting to make better financial decisions for your family, this book offers a host of valuable tips for changing your financial legacy. 256 pg, hc. ~ Deanne

  • Item #: 039254
    Retail: $9.99
    Rainbow Price: $7.95
  • Item #: 045632
    Retail: $0.00
    Rainbow Price: $1.80

  • Item #: 011631
    ISBN: 9781465451781
    Retail: $9.99
    Rainbow Price: $7.50

  • Item #: 068110
    ISBN: 9781626175037
    Retail: $6.99
    Rainbow Price: $5.75

  • Item #: 004374
    ISBN: 9780061900570
    Retail: $15.99
    Rainbow Price: $11.75

    Challenging preconceived ideas from popular Christian writers and the mainstream media, this enlightening book will bring awareness to the oft troubling topic of Christian capitalism. Engagingly written, author Jay Richards takes us on a fascinating journey through the impact of wealth and poverty, money and morality on the nations. Well-researched with extensive footnotes, the reader is quickly captivated as the author exposes and intelligently dispels common myths about capitalism and reveals how it is consistent with the teachings of Jesus and Christian tradition. Your economic worldview will be invigorated as you come to the conclusion that a good Christian CAN BE a good capitalist! PB. 255 pgs. ~Deanne