LEMONADE STAND SONG!
We hope the Lemonade Stand song brings a smile to your face and makes it easy for you to talk to and teach kids about the importance of earning and saving money every time one gets paid.
Earning and saving money repeatedly, habitually, automatically is a great choice no matter the amount. And it is a predictable and proven strategy to achieve dreams and goals, like going to college.
Here are a couple key words and their definitions to help you better understand the song!
…to work for or receive in exchange for effort…
…money someone receives for work they have done…
One. Listen to Sammy Rabbit’s song Lemonade Stand!
Two. Write down and answer the following questions:
Q1. Read and review the definition of the word “earn”. Write your own definition of the word earn.
Q2. Name one or two ways you can earn money?
Q3. What dreams and goals are you earning and saving for?
Q4. Sammy Rabbit agrees with the lyrics in the song: “Earning money is fun to do!” Do you agree with the lyrics? Write a few sentence about why you agree or disagree with these lyrics.
Q5. Sammy Rabbit believes saving every time you get paid like the lyrics in the song state is a really good idea. It is an example of a great money habit. Do you agree with Sammy? Why or why not?
Q6. What are some of your favorite lyrics and phrases in the song?
Enroll one child, class or school in the Money School. Do it today.
You will find lots of activities there to build kids money habits and skills all year long!
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If you have questions, suggestions or would like learn more about Sammy Rabbit and his mission to teach kids great money habits and other important life skills, contact us!
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MORE SAMMY SONGS AND ACTIVITIES
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Join Sammy’s Money School for activities for each song AND lots more learning fun on great money habits, big dreams, etc.
Every membership helps us advance our learning programs and bring more financial literacy education to kids and families. Thank you!