Purchased from 123rf on April 28, 2008


 Ann shares an idea that she did with her Activity Day girls, "For one of our activity day we talked about budgeting money. I printed out a fake check for them and we learned how to write a check for a receipt I had from the grocery store. which most of them had no idea how. Then we discussed paying tithing first and then how much just food and a few other bills cost. Then we played the game "Payday" this was a great eye opener for them and how many bills they accumulated in just one month and how little their payday was when unexpected bills showed up. This is a great game I have seen it in Wal-mart or just about anywhere. This was a great budgeting money activity."  (ga06122008)
 Financial Classes for Young Women by Molly Jolley
 Money Matters by Brandi Ann
 Real Life Budgeting Activity by Sami Melinkovich
The Game of Life - Budget Activities from Pintrest


 5 steps to financial freedom by Jessica
Avoid Debt by Shanna VIneyard
Chocolate Gold Coins with the following attached, "The price of financial freedom is sweet, but it comes at a price."
 Handout Idea from Emma's Place
I am going to get a few bags of the gold coins and give them each 2 or 3 coins. Explain what a satisfying and "sweet" feeling it is to be in control of your money. (Idea by Rosana Sorensen)
Financial Responsibility Handout Idea by Angela Williams
 Whether you have a fortune or not...


 Becoming provident providers by Robert D. Hales


Escaping the debt trap by Janene Wolsey Baadsgaard, Ensign, August 1996
 Danielle Nye Poulter, “Taking Credit,” New Era, Aug. 2006, 34
 Kristi Linton, “Money Matters,” New Era, Sept. 2004, 34