Ways to Teach Your Kids About Money
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The panel included: Brian Page– teacher, financial Literacy leader and advocate, Bill Dwight– CEO and Founder of FamZoo, Sam Renick– Founder of DreamBigDay.net and Mike Delgado– Social Media Community Manager at Experian.
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Questions We Discussed:
- Q1: What is an appropriate age to start teaching kids about money and finances?
- Q2: What financial topics are most important for children to understand?
- Q3: How can we incorporate money lessons into everyday activities for kids?
- Q4: How can teachers incorporate financial literacy in their classrooms?
- Q5: What resources are available online to help kids learn about money?
- Q6: How can parents who are struggling with money teach their kids about finances?
- Q7: What do you think about allowances? Pros/Cons
- Q8: How should money lessons progress as children get older?
- Q9: What money lessons do you wish you had learned at a young age?
- Q10: Any final tips for smart ways to teach kids about money?
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