As children become older they will find that they have money to spend. It is important they realise the way they spend their money can have consequences – some good, some bad. In this PSHE Economics quiz, written specifically for students in years 3, 4, 5 and 6, we look at some of the choices they can make to spend their money ethically.
When it comes to spending money you may think that all that matters is value – how much of something you can get for the cheapest price. But there is more to it than that. The things we buy may cause harm to others or to the environment, or they can help others. But which is which?
This quiz will show you some of the ways we can use our money to be kind. That might cost us more but we can sleep soundly knowing that we have caused no harm to people, to animals, or to the environment.