SUPERCHARGE YOUR SKILLS TO RAISE MONEY-SMART KIDS

EVEN IF YOU LACK CONFIDENCE IN YOUR OWN MONEY SKILLS

Why It’s Important …

Research shows that being actively involved as a parent in teaching money management skills has a far more substantial influence on your child’s adult money management behaviors compared to any other form of education on the subject. Teaching your kids about money is undeniably one of the most crucial life skills you can equip them with.

Preschool Years (Ages 2-5)

Start young! As soon as a child begins asking for things, the teachable money moments can begin. As soon as they are old enough to not put things in their mouth, coins can be introduced.

Includes a a Parent’s Guide and Workbook on Recognizing Teachable Moments during the Early Years

Grades K-3

Financial habits are starting to form. Their relationship with money is being developed so it’s important to create a positive attitudes towards money. Always responding to their purchase requests by saying “no, we can’t afford it” will create a negative attitude. Build a healthy money mindset by having conversations about money and how to use it as a tool to get things that they want.

Topics include:

  • Understanding money
  • Earning money
  • Saving money
  • Spending money

The course includes:

  • An Activity Guide for your child to complete
  • A Parent’s Guide where you will learn how to use role modeling, intentional instruction, and teachable moments to instill one of the most important life skills in your children.

Grades 4-5

At this age, they are becoming more money and marketplace aware. Let them begin to make some financial decisions so you can guide them through the process.

Topics include:

  • Earning money
  • Saving and investing
  • Spending money
  • Money management

The course includes:

  • An Activity Guide for your child to complete.
  • A Parent’s Guide where you will learn how to use role modeling, intentional instruction, and teachable moments to instill one of the most important life skills in your children.

Middle School, Grades 6-8

This age group is getting serious about spending money. Peer pressure is having much influence over their decision making. Intentional financial instruction is critical at this life stage.

Topics include:

  • Making decisions
  • Setting goals
  • Career planning
  • Earning money
  • Budgeting
  • Spending
  • Saving
  • Investing
  • Credit

The course includes:

  • A Workbook for your child to complete that includes activities related to each topic listed above.
  • A Parent’s Guide where you will learn how to use role modeling, intentional instruction, and teachable moments to instill one of the most important life skills in your children.

High School, Grades 9-12

This is it, this is your last chance before they head out the door to college or to work. With either choice, they will be more independent in their money decisions.

Topics include:

  • Why it matters
  • Decision making
  • Creating your road map
  • Career planning
  • Earning income & entrepreneurship
  • Financial planning
  • Spending
  • Saving
  • Investing
  • Managing risk
  • Managing credit

The course includes:

  • A Workbook for your child to complete that includes activities related to each topic listed above.
  • A Parent’s Guide where you will learn how to use role modeling, intentional instruction, and teachable moments to instill one of the most important life skills in your children.