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Money Smart Children: Teaching Children to Be Money Smart By Anthony Ekanem
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Children grow up to be adults. The lessons they learn as children will be carried with them as they become students, employees, husbands and wives, parents and grandparents. If they learn the lessons... More > when they’re younger, the mistakes in adulthood are less frequent and less disastrous. Some of those lessons learned in childhood relate to love, work, and values. You teach your child the things that are important to you and the lessons you want them to learn to be successful, happy, and productive. Unfortunately, one lesson that’s often neglected is the lesson of money. Whether it’s because parents don’t feel confident talking about money or they don’t think it’s important, many children grow up without money skills. This isn’t a lesson that you want to learn when you’re an adult. The consequences are too significant. They include financial stress, which can cause illness. Other consequences are debt, no savings, living paycheck to paycheck, and a life that’s more difficult than it needs to be.< Less
What is Money? By Lisa Aho
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This story introduces kids to the concept that money is something that you trade for the things you want and need.
The Angel Children By Linda Emmanuel
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This is the heartwarming story of 8-year old Andrew, and his guardian angel, Matthew. Andrew wants to be a movie star and Matthew shows him how to use energy to get whatever he wants. Amazingly,... More > Andrew does become an actor, but unfortunately stops believing in angels. Sadly, Matthew must say goodbye and disappears. Thirty years later Andrew is a famous movie star and has a 6-year old daughter, Madison. Tragedy strikes when she is kidnapped. Is Andrew's money enough to bring her home or will it take the help of the angel children to rescue her? There is truth in this book. In 2000, the author learned how to use energy to get whatever she wanted. Not realizing what would happen, she asked for "the full experience" and got it!! In this story she reveals the words to say and the rules to follow for you, too, to get whatever your heart desires. She just has a warning, "Be careful what you wish for, because you just might get it!"< Less
Pocket Money Cookery By Oober K Ltd
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OoberKidsRepublic, the online education site for primary school children, presents Pocket Money Cookery. This book contains ten wonderful Mediterranean-influenced recipes for children to make. ... More > The aim is that the Southern Italian recipes will promote nutritional and therefore healthy combinations of ingredients, which can be purchased at reasonable ‘pocketmoney prices’! This book is about healthy eating and value for money, where the quality of ingredients doesn’t have to be compromised to be affordable. The book also offers a ‘Curiosity Corner’ associated with each recipe, where children will learn about the origin of the dishes they make - thereby introducing a further element of fun in the form of history! As they take charge of cooking, (with the help of an adult assistant), they will also be given top tips on nutrition, receive detailed but accessible information from a qualified nutritionist, and be given safety dos and don’ts to remember when they are working in the kitchen.< Less
How Do You Get Money? By Lisa Aho
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This story introduces kids to the different ways one can get money.
"Money Doesn't Grow On Trees." a Child's Guide to Managing Money. By Melony Osterhoudt
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This is a book to help children learn to save. It will give them the knowledge to manage their money now. It will hopefully provide them with a good foundation that will carry on into adulthood.... More > Partner this with a piggy bank and give a very educational gift.< Less
"Money doesn't grow on trees." A child's guide to managing money. By Melony Osterhoudt
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This is a book to help children learn to save. It will give them the knowledge to manage their money now. It will hopefully provide them with a good foundation that will carry on into adulthood.... More > Partner this with a piggy bank and give a very educational gift.< Less
What Do You Do With Money? By Lisa Aho
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This story introduces kids to four ways to use money including saving, spending, sharing and growing.
Buck the Beaver Learns to Save By J. E. Demick
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This story depicts Buck the beaver, who learns how to save the hard way- after making a big mistake. It is designed to help parents teach children about good money habits. The book includes three... More > bonuses: First a nonfiction note about beavers. Second, a section detailing earning and saving money, as well as setting goals. Finally, it concludes with a 'learn to draw' section. This book is a great way to introduce financial literacy to young children. Buck the Beaver Learns to Save is the winner of a 2016 Excellence In Financial Literacy Education (EIFLE) Award for children's books.< Less
Wesley Learns to Invest By Prince Dykes, MBA, Wesley Dykes
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For the first time ever a fiction book offers a kid friendly introduction to the stock market and investing. Young Wesley is about to turn eleven years old, and he really wants a new GS4 gaming... More > system. But money doesn’t grow on trees, so Wesley will have to work hard and save his money to be able to make that purchase. Wesley’s dad helps him out by teaching him the importance of investing and how stocks work.   Wesley Learns to Invest follows Wesley and his dad as they walk through a financial journey—from discovering what the stock market is, to choosing the right stocks, making a purchase, and receiving a dividend check. With his dad’s advice, Wesley is able to set goals and work toward them.   Offering a gentle introduction to stocks and long-term goals, Wesley Learns to Invest offers a fun and engaging way for adults to demonstrate to children the value of making smart decisions and spending money in a way that will yield the best benefit rather than simply seeking instant gratification.< Less