Seymour explains that it’s important to weigh the costs and benefits of spending, saving, and borrowing decisions based on information about goods and services. Sloane interviews Nick Nickeless who is trying to decide if he should wait to buy a skateboard he wants or borrow the money from his brother to get the skateboard now.
Learning Objective: Students will compare the benefits and costs of spending, saving, or borrowing decisions based on information about products and services.
Bank, Benefits, Borrowing, Choice, Consumer, Costs, Credit, Exchange, Goods, Interest, Negative Incentive, Positive Incentive, Price, Saving, Services, Spending, Wants
Link to teacher's guide and more resources/programs at ff4kids.com !