Teach your child important financial lessons that they will carry with them for their entire life.
We want to break down the taboo of talking to your children about money.
Money management is an integral life lesson and it is never too early to teach kids about the fundamentals of personal economics.
Given how important financial skills are to navigating life, it’s surprising that schools rarely teach children about money.
An Introduction to Money and Value
Raising financially-savvy children involves teaching them a variety of aspects from budgeting to planning, earning and saving, but you have to start the conversation early.
The Truth About Credit Cards
What your child learns about credit today could affect the decisions he or she makes when they are an adult, as well as how they pay for things and use their money in the future.
How Saving Leads to Security
From piggy banks to bank accounts, from short term goals for young kids to explaining wants versus needs to a teenager, teaching savings is different for every age, but starting this early can help educate kids on what it means to be financially secure.
Hard Work is the Key
Just as you can’t separate hard work and character, you can’t separate financial assurance from hark work; it all stems from a strong work ethic instilled early in a person’s life.
Planning for the Future
When kids have guided practice in financial lessons during childhood and adolescence, they can develop healthy lifelong goal setting and action planning habits.
It Doesn’t Grow On Trees is all about money, written for children aged 7 to 14.
Each chapter in the book dives into a specific lesson of money and finance, giving kids and their parents or guardians an easy and exciting way to learn how to spend wisely and save for the future. With points of action to further the exercise, as well as interesting facts and pictures, It Doesn’t Grow On Trees is a definitive, yet fun way to help you teach your children.