The Lesson Plan
Session 1- Depending on the number of badges available for each level, I will teach the fundamentals of the badges, such as: money, money choices, what is a budget, how to build a budget, money plans, budgeting for your dreams, money habits, financial power, how to be a savvy saver, planning for financial independence. At the end of day, homework will be assigned for the troop to work on before the next session.
Session 2- We will review the homework, answer questions, dive further into the topics that peak interest for the troop. At the end of the second session, badges will be awarded to all that complete the class.
I provide financial literacy lessons for all ages of Girls Scouts to receive several different badges. With the help of materials provided by Charles Schwab, I meet with the troop either in person or via Zoom for two one-hour sessions to help them earn their respective badges and enjoy learning about why financial literacy matters when they reach adulthood.
Girl Scouts need the space and support to grow so they can learn to make sound financial decisions and develop a healthy relationship with money. The Financial Literacy badges help Girl Scouts of all ages learn and practice financial literacy skills like creating a budget, goal setting, decision-making, and teamwork through hands-on play.
All prices are based per hour per amount of members in the troop.
The class typically takes (2) sessions to complete with one hour dedicated to each session. Depending on the troop's engagement, classes may run longer.
Number of Students
I am not employed by Girl Scouts or sponsored by Girl Scouts in any capacity.
The course may meet the requirements of the badges. Verification is to be made by the Troop Leader.
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