Kids Money Log Planner (8 Page Workbook)
Want a way to teach your kids about money in a way that's fun yet promotes financial literacy? This kid's money logbook is your print-at-home solution. Included are savings trackers, an allowance tracker, goal-setting worksheets, and more.
Using this 8-page children's money workbook, you'll be able to work with your child to:
- Track their allowance.
- Set savings and spending goals.
- See their progress by coloring in their savings tracker.
- Log how much of their money they save, spend, and give.
Designed with fun floating money border graphics and a place for your child to write their name on the front cover.
PDF, US Letter size 8.5x11in
What you will receive:
- My Money Log for Kids Planner Cover
- Savings Goal Worksheet
- Spending Goal Worksheet
- Spending Priorities Worksheet
- Allowance Tracker
- Save, Spend, Give Worksheet
- Jar Coloring Sheet Savings Tracker
- Piggy Bank Coloring Sheet Savings Tracker
Also Included: A 3rd party release agreement so that you can bring the file to be professionally printed for personal use without copyright issues. Some home printers are unable to print borderless so if you don't want the planner covers and other pages to have a small margin, professional printing is recommended.
*This is a printable file and no physical products will be mailed to you. For your personal use only.
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