Lessons for Saving

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  • Why We Save - … giving something up. People make decisions about spending and saving. If people save, they incur an opportunity cost the opportunity to satisfy … . Concepts Choices, money, opportunity cost, saving, savings account, spending,wants 2. PREPARE Copy of Spend or Save? story Pictures of items to purchase … grade curriculum. 5 Spend or Save? "Spend or save, spend or save? What to do? Buy a vest, save for a bike? Oh what …
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  • Saving Strawberry Farm - … 4, Grade 4: Piggy banks are places to hold savings. Savings accounts and savings bonds are ways to earn money from income not … and Philadelphia: www.philadelphiafed.org/education 9 Saving Strawberry Farm Handout 1: Savings Statements Savings Statement Savings Statement You have $2.00 in the bank. You have $2.00 in the bank. Savings Statement Savings Statement …
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  • Uncle Jed's Barbershop - … buy his own barbershop. From the story, students learn about saving, savings goals, opportunity cost, and segregation. The students participate in a … decision given two or more alternatives. 3. Define saving and savings goal. 4. Identify a savings goal. 5. Explain that people must make … ? (It took him longer.) 8. What is the definition of saving? (Saving means not spending money now but instead keeping the money …
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  • It's a Marathon, Not a Sprint - … . Some examples of positive savings and investing choices include: saving regularly and consistently which creates the habit of saving; paying ourselves first before … bills which indicates the importance of saving; saving toward specific goals which helps us prioritize our saving; saving and investing for the long term … are overspending, decide where we can make cuts and increase savings. Saving for specific goals allows us to determine our progress towards …
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  • Money Math - … are some rules about saving that can help you become a millionaire? (Start saving early and save regularly. Save as much as you can … . 1. What happens to accumulated savings if the deposit amount increases? (Savings would increase. Saving larger amounts generates greater savings in the future.) 3. What happens to accumulated savings if the interest …
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  • Circular Flows - A Teaching Plan - … a variety of ways in which to store their savings. These include passbook savings deposits at banks and thrift institutions; contributions to … by an equal increase in financial assets or saving. Generally, household saving, like the saving of the other sectors, flows through financial institutions … borrowers. The household sector is the largest single saving sector. On balance, it saves more than it borrows. Its contributions to the …
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  • ECONnections: Lesson 2: Timing is Everything - … be used in two ways. It can be spent or saved. Saving is income not spent on consumption. 3. Explain that sometimes … income you wish to save each month. Select what percentage you wish to save each month? Your total savings each month will be … make withdrawals from your savings. At the end of 10 years, you have no savings. You do not save any money until you … become 35 years old, you decide to begin saving again. You decide to save the same amount each year as you did …
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  • All Savings Choices Involve Risk: Grandma's Gift - … involve risk . Students evaluate various alternatives for saving money. tages of various forms of savings. Imagine that you just received $1,000 … future use. Various forms of savings allow people to earn money on their savings. However, all savings choices involve costs and bene?ts … retirement plans and they have $20,000 in savings. They are interested is saving money for their children's college educations. Which …
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  • The ABCs of Saving - … STUDENTS WILL Identify the steps for success in saving. Give examples of how saving for the future means giving up things today … on how to start a place to save money. Learn How to Create A Savings Place Short Term or Long Term?: This … only a few weeks or months to save for are called short-term goals. Saving money to go to the movies or … that cost more money and take longer to save for are long-term goals. Saving for a bicycle or a video game …
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  • Timing Is Everything - … make withdrawals from your savings. At the end of 10 years, you have no savings. You do not save any money until you … The example above illustrates the future value of savings based on three different savings plans for four different periods of time, assuming … a regular basis! The more time you have to save, the more savings you will have at the end of the time period. The more income you choose to save, the more savings you will have at the end of the time …
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