A set of 5 kid's savings challenges. This printable savings challenge bundle will help keep you motivated and on track to reach your money-saving goals. These are easy savings challenges that work great doubling as kids' savings trackers.
This listing is for 5 easy money-saving challenge printables that will help you on your savings journey. Whether you're an adult looking to save up money to avoid debt or a parent who wants to use this as a child budgeting tool, these savings challenges are super versatile.
The Savings Challenge Bundle Includes:
100 Dollar Savings Challenge Jar
50 Dollar Savings Challenge Gumball Machine
Firefly Kids Savings Tracker (can also be used as a 30-Day Challenge)
Unicorn Savings Tracker
200 Dollar Mermaid Savings Challenge
Some of these designs are low-income savings challenges, but can easily be increased in difficulty by turning them into daily, weekly, or 30-day challenges. Filled the coloring worksheet up? No problem! Simply reprint them whenever you want to start another savings challenge.
PDF Document, US Letter size 8.5x11in
What You'll Receive:
A PDF copy of the 5 unfilled black and white savings challenge printables.
*This is a printable file and no physical products will be mailed to you. For your personal use only.
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