Previously on The Piggy Bank:
In the last episode, we covered the importance of knowing the difference between needs and wants. We also saw that if we plan carefully, we can save enough money to buy what we want.
Today, we are going to explore the concept of saving money.
(Parents can read the sections at a pace appropriate for their child and then solve the worksheet together.)
Sometimes after buying what we need and want, some extra money is left with the individuals. That extra money is typically called savings.
Some people set aside a part of their income for future use or unexpected expenses. This is also called savings because it is money that they will not spend.
Exercise: Discuss with your parents how they like to save their money. Do they save like Samira whenever they get the chance or like Aryan who saves every month? Why?
Disclaimer: This blog has been written for children between the ages of 5 to 7. The information has been presented accordingly. Parental discretion is advised.
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