Because it's a rainy day, Cat wants to go shopping and spend all the money that was saved for a rainy day. When Cat learns what saving for a rainy day really means, the two friends learn about budgeting and make a plan for their piggy bank money. Financial literacy topics covered in this book: • Earning money • Budgeting • Needs and wants • Making choices on how to spend money • Spending plans for day-to-day expenses • Saving for emergency expenses • Saving for special things • Charitable giving (donating) • Financial Literacy for Kids It's never too early to start! Help set young learners on the path to becoming financially responsible with the stories in the Financial Literacy for Kids book series. With the help of loveable characters Cat and Dog, children will become familiar with financial literacy core competencies, such as earning, spending, saving, borrowing, and investing. Story topics will help children become more knowledgeable and improve their understanding of financial products, services, and concepts, empowering them to make informed choices. Through Cat and Dog's approaches to financial choices, and with a bit of humor thrown in, children will become more aware of the dos and don'ts for future financial success. Measures 6" x 9" and includes 32 page. For Grade 1-3.
Creative Teaching Press - CTP10262
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Package Dimensions: Length 10.00" Width 8.60" Height 0.70"
Grade: Grade 1-3
Hubbard Company - WAR91018