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Savings Challenge Game Set
Savings Challenge Game Set
Savings Challenge Game Set
Savings Challenge Game Set
Savings Challenge Game Set
Savings Challenge Game Set
Savings Challenge Game Set

Savings Challenge Game Set

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These four 50-space Savings Challenge games feature starts, leaves, hearts, and flowers.

No currency symbols so they work in every location, worldwide. 

There are so many ways you can use these fun game trackers:

  • Divide your total goal by 50 to get an even amount for each piece.
  • Number the pieces 1-50 (ascending or descending) to create a 1275 savings challenge
  • Make a 50-Day-Challenge for any daily action that would improve your finances (no eating out, checking all your balances, tracking your spending, etc.)
  • Use for a monthly challenge creating a new goal every month and see how far you can get. Add them to your monthly planner.
  • Great for all ages - a fun way to get your kids saving
  • Add to your digital planner or bujo
  • Print as many times as you want

 

Digital download - nothing will be shipped.

 

If you would like a printed book of games & charts (including these) check out the Money Games Book.

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motivational charts

I love this online store, I purchased free and paid charts. I am in love with them.

IRS Tax tracker

I love it!! It keeps me on track to pay off this debt. I use other forms from this company and it is so nice to see the progress and to celebrate completion of debts!!

I love these charts for training my debt snowball!

Perfect if you like visual progress

I like this simple tracking sheet to help us see how much we are paying off each month. It’s more exciting coloring in another line and visually seeing progress vs just numbers. How far you’ve come vs. how far left you have to go.

The charts are easy to use and a great visual way to track your progress. Plus it allows for ups and downs. After all, life happens.