Incorporate financial education into daily activities.
You yourself need to show good financial habits.
Your child will begin to follow what you do, not just what you say.
Confident when making payments with cash.
Start a savings fund for medium-term goals.
Appreciate the value of money and effort required to earn an income.
Help them to calculate the exact amount of payment and balance.
Then, encourage them to make payments for their own goods and food.
Dedicate those jars for savings for long term item (in example: bicycle) and spending savings for small items (such as: snacks or stationery that they lose at school).
Discuss how we do not necessarily have to buy during promotional sales such as Sales 10.10 and 11.11.
Explain how the more money we spend, the more time and energy we need to spend working.
Explain the importance of keeping money safely in the bank.
Help them open their own savings account and start saving their savings.
Compare prices and features of the same item but different brands or compare price differences at two different stores for the same item.
Use the "Supermarket Items List" Activity on the Fun (d) for Life Portal (Student Category> 10-12 years) as inspiration.
Use your free time to play financial based games like Jutaria and Monopoly to cultivate an understanding of financial management.
Empowering your child's life skills such as cooking, drawing, sewing and so on can help generate income later.
An unhealthy lifestyle can have a huge negative impact on our family's financial state.
Chronic diseases such as diabetes, high blood pressure, etc require long-term treatment as possible high cost.