The Piggy Bank Primer

This workbook shows kids ways to save and budget.
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Today is Teach Children to Save Day, and a good time to use this worksheet to show kids ways to save and budget. There are many definitions of words used for understanding the concepts of economics. There are also lots of activities, stories, and work sheets that help users figure out how to make “wants” attainable.
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