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Money – Wants and Needs

In this lesson pupils will consider the difference between wants and needs and discuss how our wants and needs can influence how we spend money. Pupils learn that money comes from different sources, can be used for different purposes, and about the role money plays in their lives. They will also debate whether money is best spent or saved.

Overview

In this lesson pupils will consider the difference between wants and needs and discuss how our wants and needs can influence how we spend money. Pupils learn that money comes from different sources, can be used for different purposes, and about the role money plays in their lives. They will also debate whether money is best spent or saved.
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