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Wealthy Kid - Ways for a Kid to Make Money and Become Rich By Fallon
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The age level for this book is for children around 7-13. This book is a nice guide for any child dreaming of being rich. Kids should be able to earn lots of money, and I'll tell you why. They love to... More > play video games and buy toys. When I was a kid I liked computer games and gamecube games, and pokemon toys, and play doh. I can't even TELL you how much I would have spend on that if I would have been rich back then. Well, this is how kids can be rich. And yes, children really can be rich. I don't really know how easy this book will be for a kid to read, but I believe it is easy enough. Parents probably need to read this too, just to see if they would like to do any of these with their kids. And! Parents can also earn money with their kids! This is a good guide for both parents and kids. These ways of earning money, are appropriate and safe for a child. They really can get a kid rich too! I hope for the best for whoever reads it! God bless! And best of luck doing these things.< 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.
Kids Financial Study By Samuel Yuen
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Kids Financial Study is a book by a kid sharing with other kids what he has learned about money. He considers it to be an introduction to money from a Christian perspective. The author shares wisdom... More > he has learned through the Bible and practical applications he has learned through life experiences. Through this book kids will learn how to spend, give and save their money according to God's ways. He hopes this book will be the beginning of a journey of understanding how to use money wisely and avoid the pitfalls of debt.< Less
Global Kids’ Second Life Curriculum - Level 7 By Global Kids, Inc.
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VOLUME CONTAINS LEVEL 7, in COLOR. Global Kids’ Second Life Curriculum is composed of nine sequential “levels.” Each level is composed of modules which, in turn, are composed of... More > individual lesson plans or “missions”. In total there are 134 missions. These can be used as hand-outs to develop specific Second Life-specific skills or within a broader educational program designed to teach such subjects as science, filmmaking or literature. Covered in this Level: Level 7 GESTURES: Using, Modifying Existing, Making New. HELP & RESOURCES: Inworld Help, Online Support, Forums, Additional, Second Life Grid. MONEY: Getting, Selling & Buying Items.< 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.
Explore Money! WIth 25 Great Projects By Cindy Blobaum
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In Explore Money! With 25 Great Projects, money is more than something to earn, save, and spend. It’s an opportunity to explore history, art, science, economics, and math! While checking out... More > the change in their pockets and bills from their banks, young readers search for hidden treasures and learn how money can grow. Very large and very small numbers take on a new relevance when seen through the lens of money. Using familiar materials found in the home or classroom, young readers explore the cultural aspect of money as well as its physical properties, discovering how these properties have affected business and global relationships throughout history. Kids experiment with various substances to clean coins, scientifically test coin components, design their own currency, and plan how to allocate their own money. Understanding the whats, whys, and hows of currency helps children achieve financial literacy and establish a strong foundation for a healthy, life-long relationship with money.< Less