Want to save 100 dollars fast, or even in 30 days? This savings challenge printable lets you keep track of how much money you've saved in a fun visual format.
Since the money challenge is only for $100, it's a great beginner's savings challenge, a kid's savings challenge, or an allowance savings tracker.
For the traditional 30-day 100 dollar challenge, use the following schedule:
Day 1-5, save up $1 per day.
Days 6-10, save $2 every day.
Days 11-15, save $3 for each day.
Days 16-20, save $4 per day.
Days 21-30, save up $5 every day.
You don't have to stick to this savings schedule though. You can save your money faster and color in more marbles, go in reverse order, or randomly color in the marbles for the amount of money you saved.
One PDF copy of the unfilled black and white 100 dollar challenge jar printable.
*This is a printable file and no physical products will be mailed to you. For your personal use only.
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