Supporting young people with money management now can help to set them up with good money habits as they enter adulthood. Use these easy to follow activities to explore financial risks, fraud and scams.
You don’t need to be an expert on the subject as guidance and example answers are provided for you, and the worksheets can be printed, or viewed and completed online.
Encourage your young person to recognise financial risks and different types of fraud, using scenarios and films to explore how they can stay safe online.
This activity supports young people to recognise financial risks and understand how to protect their identity online.
How using budgets and saving regularly can help with money management
LifeSkills has partnered with education charities The Talent Foundry and Business in the Community to deliver lessons that can be watched at home. The online lesson below focuses on fraud and how young people can protect themselves.
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