Try to find some books on teaching finances to kids, and you’ll be surprised that not many exist. It’s not a popular topic. Maybe this is part of the reason so many adults are now struggling financially. Maybe there aren’t enough authors who are qualified to write on the topic. Whatever the reason, don’t worry, because there are some great books out there.
In this video, I talk about the 5 areas your kids can live differently in to live a debt-free life for the rest of their life. It is possible to go through life without a car loan, a mortgage, and even a credit score. And I even have my arguments and research backing it all up!
Board games. What better way to connect as a family, have some fun, and learn a thing or two? Well, the games on this list may aim to teach your kids more than a thing or two.
One teacher can make an everlasting impact on a child’s life. Think back to your days in school. I’ll bet you had a good teacher—hopefully several—you still remember to this day. A child spends more time in class than at home, on a typical school day… if we don’t count sleeping (at home, not in class). The time our child spends in school—the most developmental years—is valuable.
The main reason I started Freedom Sprout was to change the course of history… when it comes to kids and money. That’s exactly what we’re going to do with FLY.
Oxford’s Dictionary of Finance and Banking isn’t the best birthday present for a toddler, but you can incorporate a few important finance terms at a young age. Let’s look at some of the most important terms.