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Financial Literacy: Developing your Banking and Saving Skills
A guide teaching the basics of financial literacy and learning good saving habits to avoid living paycheck to paycheck in adulthood.
Ms. T (Anke Thompson)
46 total reviews for this teacher
42 reviews for this class
Completed by 214 learners
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Everyone has to have a bank account but with so many options, which accounts are the best for you? We will be exploring the world of banking and the benefits of getting into good savings habits at a young age. By the end of the lesson, students should be able to identify various types of accounts (Checking, Savings, Money Market, Certificates of Deposits) and the pro's and con's of each. We will also cover how interest rates work on their savings with the benefits of compound...
Having been a Financial Coach at a Financial Institution, I witnessed how our youth are expected to know how to handle their finances yet no one was teaching them. One of the biggest challenges adults face today is living paycheck to paycheck and not setting aside savings for unexpected life events. I hope to equip your child with the skills and knowledge to be one step ahead of the rest and knowing how to master their saving skills at a young age and take it with them to become financially educated adults.
5 files available upon enrollmentUpon registration for the class, you will find the attachments in our "classroom" page. Before the class, please print the attachments as they will be used to make notes and do a crossword puzzle as we go along the lesson. If you are new to Outschool, please also review the attachment to set yourself up with Zoom prior to the class and familiarize yourself so the lesson runs smoothly.
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1 hour 5 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Ms. T (Anke Thompson)Making Money Matters Fun
46 total reviews
46 completed classes
Welcome! I am so excited to start educating your children about their money. I worked as a Financial Coach at a Credit Union and I was amazed to see how little our children are taught about handling their finances. Starting with the basics of the...