Digital Activity book 2 teaches kids about income and expenses.
Topics covered include types of income, ways to earn money, types of expenses, bills, jobs, needs v.s. wants and more!
This activity book makes learning about money interactive and fun through mazes, word searches, drawing, short stories, eye spy activities and more!
NOTE: This is a digital item and a download link will be provided upon purchase.
Recommended Age: children ages 6+
Amber Rond –
This is a digital item. And is FULL page colored on most pages. If I had known it was digital and that I would need to go to a print shop to get them printed, I would not have purchased this.
Money Munchkids –
Hi Amber, I’m so sorry that you were unsatisfied with your order. This product is listed in our digital products section and is tagged as a digital item. This is also addressed in our FAQ. You can also view sample pages to see it’s full color. However, we made a few changes to make it even clearer that it’s a digital item. However, I’d be happy to refund you for the digital activity books in your order. I can see you purchased this through a charter school so the funds would be returned to the school, so you would have to follow up with them after the refund. Or we can give you a coupon code for a credit of the value of the activity books.
If you’d like to discuss these options in further detail you can email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I started my kids on these activity books last year because I wasn’t sure they we’re ready for their full curriculum. My son really enjoyed the word searches and the little pictures in the income minus expenses math problems really helped him enjoy it more and understand how the math problems reflect real life things. (He was very concerned about the electricity bill so he could play his video games LOL) .
I love how the book is split in two parts, the income and then the expenses. We went really slowly on this, I’m sure he could have finished it himself in an hour but i wanted to go through it with him so we did this the whole afternoon.
I didnt print out all the pages, just the worksheets. We just read the stories on the computer because it was easy to zoom in and make the text bigger.