How did you teach your young children about money?
Jacek, our oldest, just turned 4. While we have a savings account for him and two "piggy" banks in his room we have not yet sat him down to teach him about money.
Have you thought about what you'll say when you have the talk?
Have you thought about how you want to teach your young children about money?
My husband and I plan to set up allowances for our two sons. Before doing that though we need to have an idea of what we want to instill in our sons, when it comes to money. My husband and I come from different "ideas" on money, how much to save, spend, donate, etc. so we'll definitely need to create a united front before we begin to teach our sons.
I was selected and graciously accepted the opportunity to review the book:
Three Cups is based on a true story and it removes all the complications related to teaching the value of money.
What's left, is simple.
With it's focus on teaching children the value of money starting at a very young age the book is easy to read, fun to look at and simple to understand. The lessons that are taken away are so positive. It teaches the ease of saving, the value in spending, and the generosity of giving.
It makes all three sound fun...like an adventure.
It does all this in exactly 21 pages.
When Jacek turns 5 we will begin giving him an allowance. We will also read him this book and follow it's simple idea.
Teaching children about the value of money is so important, especially now with the hard economic times we're all facing.
I was lucky enough to receive a copy from 3cupsbook for myself for the purpose of this review.
I also have TWO copies to GIVE AWAY!
(That means there will be 2 winners!)
Would you like to get your very own copy of Three Cups?
Here's how you can enter the Three Cups Giveaway (each entry must be a separate comment):
1. Be a follower of Kerri's Klutter. Existing and New. Leave me a comment telling me you are.
2. Grab my blog button and leave me a link to where you have it on your blog. (2 entries)
3. Blog about this contest with a link back to Kerri's Klutter. Comment and leave the link to the direct blog post.
4. Refer a friend to become a follower of Kerri's Klutter. When they become a follower simply have them put your name in their comment. (They will receive 2 entries and so will you)
This giveaway will end on March 24th at 11:59 EST. Two winners will be selected by Random.org and announced on Thursday March 25th.
Please be sure that I have a means of contacting you should you win.
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*No monetary compensation was received. All opinions expressed in this post are my own. You may have a different opinion after reading this book.