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In the Black: Budget Strategies & Methods (Ages 11-14)
Students will increase their money and finance knowledge by exploring different methods for budgeting (ex: 50/20/20) to always stay "in the black" - in good financial health. Students will practice making their own budgets in class.
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This class will take a deeper dive into the inner workings of a budget. We will go over different types of expenses [fixed, variable, needs vs. wants] and how they should be prioritized. This lesson will also teach different budgeting methods [50/20/20/10, Zero-Based Budgeting, Envelope Budgeting System, etc.] Students will have an opportunity to fill out a budget using a couple different scenarios and share their results with the class. We will analyze the budgets together to determine...
Students will be able to define budget vocabulary [fixed cost, variable cost] and recognize different budgeting methods [50/20/20/10, Zero-based-budgeting, Envelope Budgeting System, etc.]. Students will increase their confidence in developing a personal budget and will be able to calculate a budget using real-life examples.
I'm a CPA and have been working in public accounting as a tax advisor for over a decade. I also have spent the past 4 years volunteering my time by teaching financial literacy to students in public schools for grades K-8.
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45 minutes per week in class, and maybe some time outside of class.
Chelsea H.Keeping foundations fun!
30 total reviews
31 completed classes
Hello Parents! My name is Chelsea and I've been teaching for over four years. I spend my time as a volunteer teaching financial literacy in traditional classroom settings. I graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a degree in accounting...