April is National Youth Savings Month! HTFFFCU is celebrating youth savings all month long starting with a children’s book drive April 3 through the 29! More details provided at the bottom of this page. Check out fun printable pages below and see how you and your child can celebrate youth savings month.
“My Savings Story!” Bookmarks
Print your child his or her own “My Savings Story!” bookmark and fill it out together. This is a great way to discuss with your children the importance of saving money. Click here to download the "My Savings Story!" bookmark.
Youth Savings Month Scavenger Hunt
Go on an adventure with your child and try to find as many items as you can on our Youth Savings Month Scavenger Hunt! Click here to download the Youth Savings Month Scavenger Hunt sheet.
Allowance Ideas Sheet
Is your child looking for a way to earn his or her own money? Print out this list and discuss with your child what types of tasks they can do to earn money for themselves. Click here to download the Allowance Idea Sheet.
Wants Vs. Needs Worksheet
This printable exercise is a great learning tool. When you give your child this list have them go through and check off what they would consider a want versus a need when they are spending their money. This is an opportune time to talk with your child about spending their money wisely. Click here to download the Wants Vs. Needs Worksheet.
HTFFFCU “Books Between Kids” Youth Savings Book Drive
When: April 3, 2017 to April 29, 2017
Where: There will be a donation box located at each of our branches.
What: Please see the guidelines below for donating books.
- Gently-Used Pre-K through 5th-grade books
- Story books
- Chapter books
- Learn-to-read books
- Children’s non-fiction books
- Board/toddler books
- Spanish or dual language books (Pre-K through 2nd grade)
WHAT CAN NOT BE DONATED?
- Books with torn binding, pages or covers
- Books with excess writing
- Books with yellowed/discolored pages
- Religious books
- Workbooks, coloring books, sticker books, puzzle books, etc.
- Reference books, textbooks, or outdated non-fiction books
- Teacher or parenting books/materials (ex: flash cards)
- Audiobooks, DVDs, CDs, etc.
- Books with content that’s inappropriate for children