It s never too early or too late to learn about money Follow a class of fifth graders as they figure out the world of finance, from earning, budgeting, and saving to investing and collecting coins from around the world See how they make money work for them, and take the mystery out of money matters Hannah s school is facing a budgeting dilemma The school board wants to hire a new art teacher, but they don t know where they ll get the money Learn with Hannah and her classmates why balancing what you earn income and what you spend expenses is an important lesson at any age Figure out your average income and outgo, then decide what you need to do when they don t balance the way you want them to Find out how to budget for those big items you have been wanting Best of all, you may just discover that you have a lot money than you ever thought you did...
|Title||:||Budgeting Tips for Kids (Robbie Readers) (Money Matters: A Kid's Guide to Money)|
|Publisher||:||Mitchell Lane Publishers May 15, 2008|
|Number of Pages||:||48 pages|
|File Size||:||594 KB|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
Budgeting Tips for Kids (Robbie Readers) (Money Matters: A Kid's Guide to Money) Reviews
Just about every state has content standards beginning in kindergarten covering important concepts in economics. These content requirements, together with the media attention paid to the importance of financial literacy, have led to a greater need for books that will help children to become more informed about the economic world around them. The new book series Money Matters: A Kid's Guide to Money helps to fill a niche in this literature.