Money Museum Lessons
Lesson plans and activies in the Money Museum section are appropriate for students in grades five through twelve and are tied to the Money Museum at the Kansas City Fed.
|Resource||Description||Grade Level||Key Concepts|
|Money Museum Lessons, Middle School
||These lessons focus on the Federal Reserve as the Central Bank as well as commercial banks and why both are important to the U.S. economy.
||5-8||savings, interest, deposits, loans, income, assets, reserves, Federal Reserve Bank|
|Money Museum Lessons, High School||These lessons focus on the Federal Reserve Bank, and how it helps to control the growth of the U.S. money supply.
||9-12||money supply, fractional reserve banking system, reserve requirements, money multiplier, monetary policy, inflation, interest rates|