Does your children know what a budget is and how money is spent in their daily lives?
Although Language Arts, Math, Social Studies, and Science are definetly important to include in your main curriculum, money management is crucial for your children to know so he or she can independetly handle their own finances growing up. One of the main advantages of homeschooling is to train children to go far beyond simple academics. The skill to manage money can impact your child's finances and future much more than his or her academic knowledge. Most children who do not pick up these skills can spend their entire lives trying to undo the financial damages they cause. There are studies that also show that relationships acn suffer form poor mone management.
Some examples to include in your curriculum would include: earnings, debt, credit cards, insurance, savings and retirement planning, etc. Fortunately, we have supplemental resources to make it easy to each your kids about personal finance.
Money Doesn’t Grow On Trees-Basic Money Talk for Grades K-6 is the first in a series of Lapbooks designed to teach financial responsibility values starting at a young age. This is not your typical... Read More
Do you want to make sure that your children don’t grow up to be a member of a growing population of young adults that are being dubbed ‘The Generation of Entitlement’? Simply put, we can’t... Read More
Finally! A curriculum for teens and young adults that teaches the value of being financially responsible AND the financial skills needed when it’s time to leave the nest. This is not your typical... Read More
Use these clip cards to help students recognize U.S. money. The clip cards includes coins and bills and covers both the name and the value of each. There are 66 cards in all!
This file folder game is perfect for students practicing U.S. coin recognition. It features two levels of play so students practice their coins, names, and values. The first one to the piggy bank... Read More