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Financial Literacy for Children


ABOUT

Programme


If you think that your child is too young to be learning about finance, you might be wrong as it is never too early to educate your child when it comes to financing. By starting young and teaching your child about money, you can help them discover the relationship between spending and saving. It is just as important for them to understand why.

 

Children closely watch and follow their parents’ actions, and this might be the same for spending habits too!

 

Teaching this age-group the difference between wants and needs can help to build day to day habits that will shape how they earn, save, and shop. Weighing decisions and teaching consequences, such as ‘if you buy this you will not have enough money for that’, helps teach budgeting and saving skills that prepare them for a successful financial future.

 

Join us in this virtual session as children will learn more about finance.

 

At the end of the session, children will be able to:

  • Understand the concept of basic personal finance management
  • Have a better attitude to put into practice what they have learnt from the financial workshop
  • Have a better idea on how to manage their personal saving habits

PROGRAMME

Details


Day & Date:
Saturday, 31 October 2020

Time:
1:00 pm – 3:00 pm

 

Conducted via Zoom
The link for the session will be sent separately to your email after registration and processing application.



FEE

Structure


This programme is fully subsidised for the eligible participants.

 



STUDENT

Eligibility


Open to all Indian children aged 7 to 9 years old, who are Singaporean Citizens or Permanent Residents.



CONTACT

Person


Ms Sangeetha D/O TamilSelvam
For more information, please contact: 1800 295 3333 or email: queries@sinda.org.sg


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