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Perhaps you think to yourself that such a course would not be worth it. Think back to your childhood! When do you first make real money? When did you first gain experience with the translator?
Depending on their age, they may also participate in the day-to-day activities related to money in the family
Two-three years old
Feel free to hand over some of the cash that you give at the store, in the market, at the cashier. The frequent concern that money is extremely dirty and contagious is unfounded. It is nothing more dangerous to its touch than any other object in our environment. If you buy him something, don't start eating and unpacking it in the store, but explain that you have to pay it off first so we can take it with you. Show me where the price is displayed, point out that it is such an important thing that people are curious about before choosing something to take home. Show an example in the store for something that costs a lot of money and something that is not expensive. Do you understand these concepts? At home, you can play with lots of light, small, big, narrow, thick concepts, like leggings or other building blocks.
Make him play money and set up a little convenience store at home. You can get a lot of equipment ready for this, but you can also make small boxes of paper, a solid plasticine, small baskets and bowls. In the grocery store, your child can make a special croissant, a croissant. Guess the prices together. Let's be very simple: this age group can usually count up to three. That is why prices can be one money, two money, three money.
Four years ago
Where will our money come from? Does the family make it as a baby shopper? Do you draw for yourself and cut it out? Where do Dad and Mom Work? And the grandmothers? Why are we working? How do we get paid? Explain these things according to their literal abilities! What does it mean to have no money? This is difficult for even the big cats to understand, and the concept of a bank card is too complicated to understand. But we can begin to explain why we can't buy anything at any time.
Slowly, the time is coming when you can begin to make some judgments about money prudently. For example, if you really want to get something, plan on when, how, and when. You might give up for a while, say, on the Torud, but you can get something more interesting - less expensive. Not easy! This is the age range you always want your birthday to be every month. Although they appreciate the passing of time, they find it difficult to cope with the delay in fulfilling their wishes. Well, let's draw your attention to the wishes of others, the holidays when we make or buy gifts for others. There's no too good a message for you to think about something, and you'll get it in March, as if it were just down the line.
We can gradually get involved in family meetings that come from the money line. If we hadn't done it before, we can now show him the different coins, banknotes, which can be sorted in ascending or descending order. How much does the family spend? How do you divide your money? Introduce the unexpected expenses, such as the electricity bill, the gas bill, the water. Show what you see, how much you use and how to pay for it. You will probably understand the differences of magnitude only from the second to the third class. These are, of course, just the basics, and not usually for the kids to know about them. The more complex financial movements, the operation of the banks, the stock exchange, and public finances are still unknown to the good part of adults.
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Money educational materials for schools
It is an exciting initiative if you want your kid to have a broader perspective on the world of money than you do.