Budget for Kids: Printable Unit

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  Budget for Kids Printable Unit
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Budget development and management is a necessary life skill.

Budgeting should be taught and revisited each year as students move from middle school through high school so they are prepared to manage their money after graduation.

Budgeting is often neglected, and this project is a perfect introduction and review for students learning to budget and manage their money.

Included in this Budget Project

Create a Budget notebook and learn about:

  • Donations (Christian and a general option included)
  • Savings
  • Rent
  • Utilities
  • Food
  • Insurance
  • Gas
  • Phone
  • TV/Internet
  • Medical
  • Clothes
  • Entertainment

Bonus Activities:

  1. All I want for Christmas is $250,000
  2. My Saving Jar
  3. My Money Inventory

Your Instructor

Bekki Sayler
Bekki Sayler

I'm a lover of Jesus, a blessed wife, and the happy homeschooling mom of FIVE amazing sons.

(It's crazier than it sounds)

I don't believe in "one-size fits all" homeschool. Honestly I don't believe homeschool is for every family.

Different ways we've educated our five boys over 20 years:

  • Public school
  • co-op school
  • Sharing curriculum with friends
  • Online public school
  • Charter School
  • Design and create own curriculum
  • Community college

I've been homeschooling for 20 years and mentoring homeschool moms for over 10 years now.

In my "spare" time I run A Better Way to Homeschool and enjoy reaching homeschool mamas on Facebook.

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