Teaching resources for Primary schools
MoneySmart Teaching offers quality resources for primary
teachers from Foundation to Year 6 that are aligned to the
Our units of work and teacher guides give educators lesson plans
that they can take directly into the classroom. Our digital
activities help students to learn real life skills like recognising
and counting money and managing a budget.
Note: Downloadable files on this page are under 2MB
unless stated otherwise.
Featured resource: How much love can fit into a shoebox?
In our Year 4 maths unit How much love can fit into a
shoebox?, students investigate the possible contents
of 'shoeboxes of love', which can be donated to children in
Each student will present a plan for a shoebox of love, using
the mathematics of the unit with supporting calculations and
Aligned with Australian Curriculum English and mathematics,
students will read and interpret different texts for meaning and
make connections between fractions and decimal notation, and solve
problems involving purchases and the calculation of change.
Note: The Teacher guide references the National Consumer and Financial Literacy
Units of work
All ASIC's MoneySmart Teaching units of work include an
Refer to Australian Curriculum Links section below for updated
mapping of all units of work to Australian Curriculum V8.3 by
Content descriptor, Achievement standard and Learning area.
Australian Curriculum links
Digital activities - Foundation -
Digital activities - Year 3 - Year
Digital activities - Year 5 - Year
Last updated: 28 Nov 2017