Coming June, 2022
1 – FINANCIAL LITERACY 1 – Abigail and the Anklets – A GEM – DON’T MISS! – LDS AUTHOR
This is a story of realizing that sometimes, and really more often than not, we need to work for what we need and want.
It is left up to parents to introduce this at the right age for their child. Use it when you think it is time that the child should learn about working for what he/she wants or needs.
It sets-up the idea of continuing in this vein and working more than once for various goals.
In this fun and instructive story, Abigail learns about cost, taxes, and tithing as well as working for a goal.
2 – FINANCIAL LITERACY 2 – NEEDS, WANTS, & TITHING – LDS Author
This enlightening and fun course includes the story of “Nathan and a Day at the Fair”. It teaches young ones to use their resources for the higher good, how to pay tithing, and the blessings of paying tithing.
3 – FINANCIAL LITERACY 3 – THE 5 LESSONS a MILLIONAIRE TAUGHT ME – LDS Author
This is an excellent primer in money management, acquisition, use and frugality. First, the lessons are taught, and then the principles are practiced.
4 – FINANCIAL LITERACY 4 – BUSINESS & CAPITALISM FOR KIDS
Young folk learn about business and capitalism through hands-on operation of a small business of their own creation.
5 – FINANCIAL LITERACY 5 – THE TUTTLE TWINS – LDS Author
Economics and Government are intertwined. One affects the other. This is the message of the Tuttle Twins. Learn important principles by reading and discussing the twelve Tuttle Twins books. HIGHLY RECOMMENDED. LDS author.
6 – FIANCIAL LITERACY 6 – Personal, Career & Financial Security
From the Uncle Eric Series, this primer in economics is outstanding in bringing reality concerning financial matters into sharp focus.
7 – FINANCIAL LITERACY 7 – The Basics – Self-Reliance I
This course combines self and career exploration with two basic elements of self-reliance: physical and mental-emotional health.
Required texts: What Color Is Your Parachute for Teens; plus “Basic Health with Limited Resources”, and “Finding Strength in the Lord: Emotional Resilience,” both found in store.churchofjesuschrist.org for purchase or as free downloads.
8 – FINANCIAL LITERACY 8- Self-Reliance II – Charting a Course – LDS
This course covers the education and job improvement skills in the Church Self-Reliance program.
9 – FINANCIAL LITERACY 9 – Self-Reliance III – Managing Your Money – LDS
This course is comprised of parts of the Self-Reliance program of the Church of Jesus Christ of Latter-Day Saints: “My Path for Self-Reliance”, “My Foundation for Self-Reliance”, and
“Personal Finances for Self-Reliance”. All are available through store.churchofjesuschrist.org either for purchase or as a free download.
10 – FINANCIAL LITERACY 10 – Self-Reliance IV – Business
This course gets down to business: learning about business and going into business for oneself. First the student reads “Understanding Business” by Usborne Books and then dives into what is necessary to create his own via the Church course: “Starting and Growing My Business.”
11- FINANCIAL LITERACY 11 – Austrian Economics
This course is courtesy of saylor.org one of the institutions we cite for advanced studies and possible college credit. The source teaches true economic principles and helps th student really understand the economic system of capitalism.
12 – FINANCIAL LITERACY 12 – Readings in Economics
Suggested texts: Whatever Happened to Penny Candy?, along with the Bluestocking Guide Economics. Also: The Money Mystery and The Clipper Ship Strategy by Richard J. Maybury; Economics: A Free Market Reader, edited by Jane Williams and Kathryn Daniels; The Mainspring of Human Progress by Henry Grady Weaver; and Skip College by Connor Boyack.