How to teach kids about money using money books Wondering how to teach kids about money (especially if your kiddo seems to be well beyond the basics)? Kids in the Money Star category have the basics of money down. Heck, they’ve probably pointed a thing or two out to you along their money journey! They’ve […]
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How to teach kids about money using money books Apprentices make mistakes under the watchful eyes of a master, and Money Apprentices are no different. These are kids that understand some of the basics of money (they’re well beyond coin-counting worksheets), but haven’t exactly figured out this money thing yet. They feel confident enough to […]
How to teach kids about money in the Money Idealist category using money books Wondering how to teach kids about money? One of the reasons why this is such a difficult topic is because you might not know where the heck to start. I mean, how much does your child already understand, and how much […]
How to teach kids about money using money book recommendations Not sure how to teach kids about money? You might especially be wondering this if your child is a Money Rookie, meaning they hold as close to a clean money-education slate as is possible. While you may be downright cringing at just how much money […]
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