Complete Thinklinker #1: The Metre ruler activity. Identify factors that shape your financial needs at different life stages.
Complete this survey. Identify factors that influenced your financial wellbeing score.
Watch these videos discussing factors that make a wealthy life. Define what a wealthy life means to you.
Explain how financial factors impact on wellbeing. Complete Influences on wellbeing
Explain how not being in control of your financial situation might impact on your emotional and mental wellbeing. Identify things you can do that can give you a greater sense of control.
Working in a group, complete the Character retirement/whakatā story.
Generalise ways that financial stress can impact on relationships.
Complete The impacts of Financial stress. View Health resource 1
Create a visual product (poster, visual or short video) that captures and promotes key strategies young people can use to overcome financial risk factors.
Take this short survey to measure your current financial wellbeing. You could do this as yourself, for your whānau or by adopting a character role.
Describe the differences between:
Explain how stress and financial insecurity are related. Complete The impacts of financial stress.
Decide which areas of well being/hauora might be affected by financial stress and explain these examples.
Use these examples to complete Impacts on Hauora: Te whare tapa whā. Health resource 1: Section 3: Haurora: The Maori concept of holistic health
Complete Te whare tapa whā. Create a diagram, model, visual, presentation or play that incorporates and explains the impacts of financial wellbeing or stress on hauora.
Hypothesise how owning your own home can increase your wealth and wellbeing. Link to New Zealand statistical info for home ownership information to help.
Write a response to this quote from a millionaire to millennials (people born between 1981 and 1993): “When I was trying to buy my first home, I wasn’t buying smashed avocado for $19 and four coffees at $4 each.”
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Equipping young people for their financial future, embedding good money habits early on.
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