You may have heard the term “money” on this show before, but has you ever heard of a book about money for free in this second grade. We are proud to announce that we will be giving away a book called “Fees Can” for free through our digital platform.
Learning About Money And How It’s Used Book Free Online Second Grade
Heading to a second grade class right now? Those kids are going to have more questions than they probably thought they would have. Many of the questions they will be pondering today relate to what we in the mainstream world all know — money.
Children in second grade are taking the final exams for their class and are seeking one final answer that will help them improve their final grade — are you ready?
Have you heard any current events that had an impact on someone from your area? Has that person been fired, resigned, or simply cut loose? The current financial environment would seem to be one of the most prominent in recent memory.
If you are under the impression that second grade students are not very educated, look what some of the best teachers of the world have posted online for parents to get their elementary children up to speed. I have written a few articles about this topic and here are some of the best (my recommendations via Facebook):
$1 Billion Dollars For GM. If you want to provide a very short summary for this one. If you were even a child of the ’90s, you know that the value of a GM bankruptcy was tremendous. It brings the Chevrolet Bolt to market today with much less debt associated with it than it did in 2005.
Did you know that noer of 50% of Americans have individual retirement accounts, yet we need them? The world is focused on retirement savings at the moment, with the promise that (at some point) you will have more of your money coming your way. There is a misconception that by putting away 6% to 8% of your salary, you will be okay. While that is a goal to save for, one must also know that your money will come from you at the end of the day.
Get Rid Of Bank Fees
Bank fees can be low to no if you take a proactive step in managing your money and avoid the rest of the bloat and deals that pop up at the bank.
You Make The “Plunge”
This isn’t a 4th grade-based teaching idea, but you certainly can learn a thing or two about it. As part of the editorial, check out the article to learn about a soon-to-be famous dropout with a message of “Check it out.” I don’t suggest that any kids chase that story; think above what you see on the surface. You would be surprised what some people are willing to do when they feel that their life is not going as planned.
Trying To Own A Business Is Inevitable
Because of our labor force, some of the jobs that we used to hold became available elsewhere. Don’t let that dissuade you. The course will teach you a lot that you did not know in terms of starting a business.
We Love Mortgage Risk When It’s Bad
We know that money matters are huge but let’s face it — the truth is that risk causes us to wonder… how risky is it? Will I lose money? Sometimes, the answer to that is yes. It is a factor to be considered as you move into your second grade. There is a legitimate role for that discussion given the fact that home ownership has become part of the norm for today’s consumer.
Continue to do what you can to keep money in your pocket. Be sure that you read the stuff you read. Be ready to chat with your children about these things if you have young children of your own. If you need further information, here are some other social media books that your children are going to love; go for them.
Social media breaks news faster than ever these days, so be your own watchdog and find out everything you can. The more you learn about the fact that a lot of people are constantly talking about money without having to really do a lot, the easier that will be. That will come in handy when you find a job, are being shopped for, or find yourself in a debt situation.