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Money Talk for Kids: Making, Saving, and Spending

Written by published on Sun, 04/03/2016 - 4:51pm

u.s federal reserve notes "greenbacks"  from wikimediaMoney is a part of our everyday lives. It is something everyone uses in our world to keep us fed, clothed and sheltered. How do you help your kids understand the importance of making and keeping money?

The US Government has a portal with many links for kids K-12 and their parents about using and saving money.  Check out this article from Forbes about the most important money lessons for your kids. Some banks have savings games when you open up a savings account for younger children.  Life insurance companies have also have websites for kids with games and activities.  

Making Money:

 

Saving Money: This can be hard for all ages. Try these for some good tips. Saving money is all about setting priorities, which can be very difficult.

 

Using Money: Every kid usually has a huge wish list of things or activities to buy. Try these for other considerations.

 

 

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Recommended Books

  • A chapter book from Mo Willems!  Follow the surprising friendship between Diva, a small pampered dog, and Flea, a street wise cat through an adventure in Paris. This rather short book at 65 pages is sprinkled with illustrations and perfect for a family read aloud. Recommended for listeners ages 5 and up, and readers Grades 2 and up.  

  • A beautiful child's typical day from awake to asleep told all in ABC's.  Play the secret ABC “seek and find” game in the book for a greater interactive experience.  Excellent for building vocabulary skills for ages 2 and up.  

  • How do young piggies find a peaceful place in a loud and busy world? They meditate. They find a quiet spot, a special place with a few simple things, and just breathe. This book is really for piggies of all ages, but especially for those aged 4 and up.

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