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A Kids Guide to Understanding Money

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A Kids Guide to Understanding Money 2017-02-02T13:41:24-05:00

As the United States economy starts to rebound, a public initiative has sparked a wave of support for broadening the public educational system to include financial literacy as a prerequisite to graduating. Many believe that educating kids about personal finance should start when they are still in elementary school. As a result, many school districts have started to require students to learn about basic financial standards, such as saving, spending, budgeting, and investing their money wisely. These tools and resources equip teachers with supplemental lesson plans, workbooks, activities, interactive games, and other resources to help instill sound financial sense in their students.

 

Author: Ben Michaels


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