It takes a little more than a year of intensive instruction to teach a preschooler how to use a calculator.
But the process is as easy as a few quick words, a pencil and paper, and a few more dollars.
That’s why we love using calculators to help people understand financial decisions they might be making right now.
And that’s why some preschoolers learn how to work with these calculators the hard way, and some learn the easy way.
In this episode of The Learning Curve, we discuss how to build a spreadsheet to help you better understand how your money is spent.
With this lesson, you’ll learn how you can use a spreadsheet calculator to understand your finances and save money.
But first, we’ll take a look at how preschoolers can use calculators in a way that’s not intimidating, that allows them to work in groups and share what they need.
How to build an Excel spreadsheet calculator with the Learning Curve app, and the learning curve app in this episode.
You’ll learn the basics of Excel, including how to create your own spreadsheet, add a line of text, and add a spreadsheet heading.
Then, we’ve got a quick tip to help make the process easier.
We’ll show you how to download a free copy of the Learning Curves Excel spreadsheet editor.
But most importantly, we show you the steps you’ll need to take to build your own Excel spreadsheet.
You can also see a breakdown of how the calculator works in our previous Learning Curve episode, How to Use a Calculator to Understand Your Financial Decision Making.
We also take you through the process of making a spreadsheet for your own preschooler.