9 Ways to Teach Money Sense to Kids At Any Age

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+ FIND the time and prioritize early financial literacy. You don’t have to come up with fancy learning exercises, just be yourself and talk to your child as you’re grocery shopping, stopping at an ATM, paying bills, etc. The timing can never be too late or too early. So go for it. Start the conversation. [Read On]


A few simple ways to teach your toddlers & preschoolers about financial responsibility

Teaching Kids about Money

I wrote this post over a year ago for another blog. I am so happy to share my thoughts on Carrots Are Orange! My son is only 17 months old but he gets that dad leaves for work every morning and that he comes home to us every evening. We walk him to the door, [Read On]


A Great Book to Teach Kids Financial Responsibility: Arthur’s Pet Business

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I fell in love with this book, the main character and the book’s author, Marc Brown. A wonderful story that tells of the importance of responsibility, in general. Age Appropriate: The reviews read kindergarten – 3rd grade. The story is definitely for older children. I tested it last night on my 16 month old and [Read On]


Children’s Book Review – Dollars and Sense

Dollars and Sense

Now, more than ever perhaps, teaching and learning financial responsibility is vital to our survival as individuals, families and, even greater, as society.  The past few years have shown us the fragility of the economic system and how we all can be impacted from the trouble. So, let’s start with our children and focus on [Read On]