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Australian Money Word Wall Vocabulary

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2 pages (PDF)|Suitable for Grades: F - 7

Seventy-five money vocabulary cards.

Print out these Australian Word Wall Vocabulary cards and cut them along the line. Stick them up around your room to immerse your students in the content specific vocabulary.

There is a blank sheet provided at the end for any extra words that your students may want to add.

Words include:

afford, ATM, balance, bank, bankrupt, bankruptcy, bargain, bill, bonds, borrow, bought, budget, buy, cash, cent, change, cheap, credit, credit card, currency, debt, deposit, discount, dollar, donate, donation, down payment, earn, earnings, economy, economics, economist, equity, exchange, expense, expensive, finance, financier, income, interest, invest, investment, investor, lend, lender, loan, loss, market, money, mortgage, note, overdrawn, pay, payment, percentage, profit, purse, rate, receipt, rich, sale, save, savings, sell, seller, sold, spend, tax, teller, thrifty, trade, treasury, wallet, wealth, withdraw

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Australian Money Vocabulary

afford ATM balance
bank bankrupt bankruptcy
bargain bill bonds
borrow bought budget
buy cash cent
change cheap credit
credit card currency debt
deposit discount dollar
donate donation down payment
earn earnings economy
economics economist equity
exchange expense expensive
finance financier income
interest invest investment
investor lend lender
loan loss market
money mortgage note
overdrawn pay payment
percentage profit purse
rate receipt rich
sale save savings
sell seller sold
spend tax teller
thrifty trade treasury
wallet wealth withdraw
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