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Saving and Savings Goals | Explore Economics Sing-along (Grades 2-5)

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#kidssongs #learningforchildren #financialliteracy In Ep. 8 of this video series for elementary students, kids learn about income, spending, saving and savings goals. They are encouraged to save for the future. As an activity, they'll draw a picture of a personal savings goal -- such as a bike, a toy, a soccer ball, or something else -- and can post the picture they drew near their piggy bank. Kids also learn a song about savings! More: https://www.stlouisfed.org/education/exploring-economics-video-series/saving-and-savings-goals

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#kidssongs #learningforchildren #financialliteracy In Ep. 8 of this video series for elementary students, kids learn about income, spending, saving and savings goals. They are encouraged to save for the future. As an activity, they'll draw a picture of a personal savings goal -- such as a bike, a toy, a soccer ball, or something else -- and can post the picture they drew near their piggy bank. Kids also learn a song about savings! More: https://www.stlouisfed.org/education/exploring-economics-video-series/saving-and-savings-goals Saving and Savings Goals | Explore Economics Sing-along (Grades 2-5)
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