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Hungry Hungry Piggos Tracking Chart
Hungry Hungry Piggos Tracking Chart

Hungry Hungry Piggos Tracking Chart

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You've got four hungry Piggy Banks ready for a feast. Name them each for a different sinking fund or savings goal and watch them fill up with coins. 

A fun chart inspired by the classic Hungry Hungry Hippos to use every month for that month's savings goals. 

Another way to use this sheet is for a single savings goal divided into four parts, when all the Piggys are full you've reached your goal.

For kids, you could name the Piggys Save, Spend, Give and the last one can have a special name for a special savings goal.

There are so many ways you can use this chart - I can't wait to see how you use it for your goals!

Each Piggy has 10 lines, so divide your goal by 10 to get the amount for each line.

This is a digital download, you get immediate access, and can print as many times as you like. Nothing will be shipped.

All products on this site are for your personal use only.


Customer Reviews

Based on 3 reviews
Jeannette Blanford

Love the fun this tracker creates

Katherine Madsen
Always a winner

I've ordered multiple times from the website because I love all that is offered. My 6 year old granddaughter uses them too - loves coloring them in and keeping track of her change and allowance.

Angie Hayes

Makes me think of my childhood! Love the games!!!


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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.