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Earn It, Save It, Spend It!

How do people earn money? How do people use the money they earn? This easy-to-read series on financial literacy is aligned to the C3 Framework for Social Studies Economics Standards. The books feature accessible text with strong picture support to assist in comprehension. Pages include sidebars with real-life examples.

Donate Money
Why do people donate money? People donate money to support a cause. Find out more about the different ways people can donate money. Lexile:550, GRL:N

Earn Money
How do people earn money? They might start their own business or work for a company. Find out more about different kinds of careers. Lexile:580, GRL:N

Save Money
How do people save the money they earn? They might put it in a bank or invest it in another way. Find out the different ways of saving money, and why people save money. Lexile:530, GRL:M

Spend Money
What do people do with the money they earn? They might shop for goods or services. Find out just how people spend money and the decisions they must make. Lexile:530, GRL:M

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Reading Levels 1-2

Grades 1-3


Subject/Genre: Financial Literacy

Ratings: Lexile: 530-580 | GRL:M-N

Recommended Ages: Grades 1-3

Pages: 24 pp., 8 x 8

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DDD-2971

Earn it, Save it, Spend it: Set of 4 books


$32.00

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