#kidssongs #learningforchildren #financialliteracy Ep. 6 helps kids understand that people buy and use both goods and services. -Goods are objects that satisfy people’s wants. Pencils, scissors, paper, toys, candy, a bed, a hat and a bike are all examples of goods. -Services are things people do for us that satisfy our wants. Getting your hair cut or ordering a meal are examples of services. Make sure you have a piece of paper and some crayons or markers for this lesson. Kids will draw a picture of a good or service that starts with the first letter of their name. Then, they will write a sentence that describes the good or service they drew. Kids also take a little quiz and learn a song about goods and services! More:
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