First Finances 2: Long-term Savings, Giving, Budgeting, and Scarcity
This one-time class is a follow-up to my First Finances 1 class. In this class, students will learn about deciding how much money to spend, save, and share and they will learn about the scarcity of resources.
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In this one-time class, we will pick up where we left off in the Needs, Wants, Spending and Savings class. Students will learn how to create a simple budget. In addition to planning their spending and savings, they will be introduced to charitable giving and creating a plan to reach a much bigger savings goal. They will also learn what scarcity is (this will be an important concept in the future, when they learn about supply, demand, and increased costs). Through illustrations, discussions,...
You will have the option to print some review worksheets for the student to complete after class to reinforce the concepts and to create their own budget.
Learners will not need to use any apps or websites beyond the standard Outschool tools.
40 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Life-long learner, teaching from passion and experience.
🇺🇸Lives in the United States
68 total reviews
131 completed classes
Welcome! I'm Stephanie Roestel. I have my Bachelor's degree in Finance from Eastern Washington University. I started a career in retail banking but chose to leave the profession to stay home with my growing family. Several of my children have...