We have launched our Workbook for Teaching Kids about Money. Yes after the release of our book, Let’s Learn About Money. we had requests from parents about worksheets for children. Hence we have come up with a Workbook. Let’s Learn About Money Workbook has activities for young adults aged 8 and above. It aims to make the children aware of money and enrich them by making them hands-on with money activities.
You can buy the workbook for Rs 99 by clicking here. It is a link to the Instamojo payment site. The workbook is a pdf that will be mailed to you after the purchase.
Table of Contents
About Let’s Learn About Money Workbook
Included in the book are activities such as matching, fill in the blanks, crossword, identifying. Activities are on following topics:
- Know your money — the introduction of money, Indian currency, the currency of the world.
- Earning money — how do people earn money, different professions, the skills required, how much money, Business, Profit and Loss.
- Spending money — Needs and Wants, Goods and Services, expenses of the family.
- Saving money — why saving is necessary, piggy banks, banks, ATM, interest, passbook, cheques
- Credit Cards –what are credit cards, how they work, credit card payment.
This activity book or workbook is a complement to our book Lets Learn About Money and website, www.bemoneyaware.com. The book can be used to reinforce the lessons from the website or as an independent financial education resource. The table of content and various activities from the workbook are discussed in the article.
Table of Content of Workbook
The table of contents of the workbook is shown below.
Some sample activities are shown below.
Understanding Indian Currency
The dollar is the currency of Many countries
Identify the Business by its Logo
Learn Money Children Workbook Understanding cheque
Learn Money Children Workbook How does family spend
Learn Money Children Workbook Prioritize the needs of the family
Why it is Important to Teach Kids About Money?
One has to know the Building blocks of money. 5 Pillars of Personal Finance are (1) Earning, (2) Spending, (3) Borrowing, (4) Saving and Investing, and (5) Protection or Insurance.
Schools focus on scholastic and professional skills, but not on financial skills. Most people never study the subject of money. They go to work, get their paycheck, balance their checkbooks, and that’s it. On top of that, they wonder why they have money problems. Few realize that it’s their lack of financial education that is the problem.
Are you pampering your kids and want the kids to be just happy and stress-free? Parental wealth will get them through for some time but do they have the life skills needed to stay afloat? What are you doing so that the raja betas and rani bitiya’s are able to survive in this world without being a burden on you and your finances? Our article covers How not to raise children who are Bored, woke, and high maintenance? Teach About Money
Also, check out Warren Buffet’s Secret Millionaires Club an animated series to help children understand money.
Free Online Games to Teach Children about Money
Learning Engaging them through fun games can be a good way to get your child interested in money concepts. Teaching younger children needs to be fun and you as a parent need to ensure the money concepts are simple and not verbose in nature.
Nurture your child’s curiosity with immersive activities that make learning about Money an adventure!
Play games to understand our currency, Indian Rupee Notes, Banking, Credit Card, Spending, Needs and Wants. Know about the Games here.
- Bemoneyaware’s Book on teaching Money to Children
- Money Games for Children
- Needs and Wants, Why parents say Money doesn’t grow on Trees
- How not to raise children who are Bored, woke and high maintenance? Teach About Money
How were you taught about money? How have you taught your Children about Money? What books/resources did you use?