SONJA MEETS HER FUTURE SELF is a storybook and 8 minute video about a young girl who travels forward in time to learn the importance of saving and what it means to be retired. Developed in partnership with the Wyoming Retirement System, it is a multi-generational look at the valuable lessons of Save, Spend and Give. The booklet and video can be u
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Alternatives And Consequences, Cash Flow, Children And Money, Financial Decision Making, Financial Goals, Financial Planning, Giving, Goals, Interest, Investments, Life Skills, Lifestyle, Rate Of Return, Retirement Planning, Saving, Savings Account, Spending Plan, Time Value Of Money, Wants And Needs
ALEX'S TEN-DOLLAR ADVENTURE is a math-based storybook for children age 4-8. Alex is a little boy who receives money in his birthday card and embarks on an adventure, complete with detours, treats, and more than a few math equations. The lesson in saving is culminated with a DIY Piggy Bank craft made with a recycled water bottle.
WHY IS THERE MONEY is a 32 page illustrated poem about the history of money. It shows the path from bartering to currencies, credit, and the financial tools used today. Students can visualize the evolution of commerce, with simple messages emphasizing markets, trade, world currencies, work ethic, debt, technology's role, privacy, security, and f...
HALF PINT ECONOMICS is an activities booklet that contains 20 lessons covering 11 fundamental economics concepts, as well as 7 additional concepts that focus on helping kids manage money. Other sections include an Econ Book Report, Journal Writing, Half-Pint Vocabulary, and Half-Pint Glossary.
HERSCHEL'S WORLD OF ECONOMICS is a DVD series about a dog puppet that thinks he knows a lot about economics, but really doesn't. Dr. Day helps him learn economics in 6 delightful 10-minute programs. Concepts covered include goods and services, opportunity cost, money, trade, scarcity, and more.