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2 put the final dollar amount on the to Spend line. 5. Based upon their needs and wants, students should circle items on the handout and total up the dollar amount spent. They cannot spend more than the dollar amount discussed above. 6. With a partner(s) or the entire class, have students share the following: amount of money they had to spend, how they made their spending choices, and the dollar amount that they had left (if any). 7. Explain to students that the remaining spending money they have would rollover to the next month and be listed as other money, if they were to repeat the activity again. Conclusion: Activity Variations: Reiterate the importance of planning for the future, i.e. savings, and the ability to effectively manage money, i.e. budget. Ask students to determine how much money they would have in savings in 6 months, 12 months, and 18 months. Homework Option One Distribute the Monthly Budget for Kids worksheet and ask students to complete it based upon their own allowance and gifts. Homework Option Two Have students write a paragraph about making a charitable donation to an organization of their choice. They should review their budget and determine a dollar amount that they would like to donate. Students should explain how they determined the dollar amount to donate and the organization they wish to support. 1. Have students work in groups, A thru F, to make spending decisions and write up their answers to the questions in step six above. Afterwards, each group should present their information to the entire class. 2. Have students work independently on their spending decisions and share their choices with their classmates that have the same budgeting activity sheet. 3. Select one of the budgeting activity sheets labeled A thru F and complete the activity as a group. Extra Credit: Have students turn their budget into a graph, such as pie chart and bar graph that illustrates the following: monthly allowance, savings goal, spending allowance, and a charitable contribution. Students can use the information on the budgeting activity sheets or their personal allowance amounts to complete the graph. Find more personal finance and money lessons at

3 Budgeting Activity Key A Allowance \$5.00 a week (\$5.00 x 4 = \$20.00 per Birthday \$20.00 Other \$4 Subtotal \$44 Place 20% in Savings \$8.90 to Spend \$35.60 B Allowance \$7 a week (\$7 x 4 = \$30.00 per Birthday \$20.00 Other \$5.00 Subtotal \$55.00 Place 20% in Savings \$11.00 to Spend \$44.00 C Allowance \$8.00 a week (\$8.00 x 4 = \$32.00 per Birthday \$25.00 Other \$7 Subtotal \$64 Place 20% in Savings \$12.90 to Spend \$51.60 D Allowance a week ( x 4 = \$24.00 per Birthday \$30.00 Other \$7 Subtotal \$61 Place 20% in Savings \$12.30 to Spend \$49.20 E Allowance \$9.00 a week (\$9.00 x 4 = \$36.00 per Birthday \$40.00 Other \$12 Subtotal \$88 Place 20% in Savings \$17.70 to Spend \$70.80 F Allowance \$4 a week (\$4 x 4 = \$18.00 per Birthday \$40.00 Other \$12 Subtotal \$70 Place 20% in Savings \$14.10 to Spend \$56.40

4 A Allowance \$5.00 a week (\$5.00 x 4 = per Birthday \$20.00 Other \$4 Place 20% in Savings \$8.90 T shirt Large

5 B Allowance \$7 a week (\$7 x 4 = per Birthday \$20.00 Other \$5.00 Place 20% in Savings \$11.00 T shirt Large

6 C Allowance \$8.00 a week (\$8.00 x 4 = per Birthday \$25.00 Other \$7 Place 20% in Savings \$12.90 T shirt Large

7 D Allowance a week ( x 4 = per Birthday \$30.00 Other \$7 Place 20% in Savings \$12.30 T shirt Large

8 E Allowance \$9.00 a week (\$9.00 x 4 = per Birthday \$40.00 Other \$12 Place 20% in Savings \$17.70 T shirt Large

9 F Allowance \$4 a week (\$4 x 4 = per Birthday \$40.00 Other \$12 Place 20% in Savings \$14.10 T shirt Large

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