Kids Under$tanding Money

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AuthorHouse, 2009 - Business & Economics - 48 pages
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Kid's Under$tanding Money introduce the realities kids will face as they progress in life during elementary- and middle-school. This book also depicts a basic understanding of the journey kids will experience from the biggy bank to retirement, as they develop good financial habits and mature into responsible adults. Parents and Education Professionals: We need to express the importance of money to the kids at home and in the schools during the most receptive stage of their life - preadolescence and adolescence. Money is an exchange tool that plays a vital role in our daily lives, and starting kids off to respect and understand money from an early age will provide a strong sense of financial confidence in the future.

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This book is outstanding, my kids couldn't put it down from the time of purchase. The stories draws you in and it relates to the challenges kids will face as they progress in life. Today, kids have to concerns about the value of the dollar. I wish i had a book like this when was growing up. Lori, Virginia.
Great publication, it's a great topic for kids. Ray, N. Carolina.

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