Teaching Children Money Matters:
A Resource Guide for Parents, Grandparents, Teachers and Students
HOW CAN ADULTS HELP THEIR CHILDREN LEARN TO AVOID CREDIT CARD DEBT AND BE BETTER PREPARED TO HANDLE THEIR OWN FUTURE FINANCES?
All parents would like a secure financial future for their children. Throughout this book, you will find numerous ideas, techniques, strategies and lessons that will provide answers to these very questions. In view of the present financial crisis, it is clearly evident we, the adults, need to upgrade our understanding of personal finances. In this book, we have provided basic information on how to help our children become more financially knowledgeable. You will find topics such as budgeting, credit cards, checkbooks, comparison shopping, needs and wants and numerous other topics. Parents will find information on ways to motivate children to become financially literate through a variety of topics including banking for children, camps with financial literacy programs, financial literacy school and community programs. Grandparents will find a section specifically geared to them.. Teachers will be able to construct lessons on variou topics of financial literacy as well as be able to access reproducible printouts.
Whether you are a parent, grandparent, teacher, or student, you will find ideas and resources to begin understanding how to help your children better manage their money and have secure financial futures. In order to teach our children how to handle their finances, we need to educate ourselves and use available resources on the topic. Let this book GUIDE you to do just that. Click here to view the table of contents. Click here to purchase the book.
What Every Preteen, Teenager, and Young Adult Needs to Know
to Avoid Credit Card Debt
DO YOU KNOW HOW TO SUCCESSFULLY MANAGE YOUR CREDIT CARDS? This book provides 21 statements that are presented in a concise, easy to read format for anyone interested in improving his or her financial skills and future finances. The ideas are presented in a user friendly manner for anyone to incorporate the information into almost any lifestyle. Preteens, teenagers and young adults will find a wealth of information for them to start thinking about.
This book provides 21 statements that are presented in a concise, easy to read format for anyone interested in improving his or her financial skills and future finances. The ideas are presented in a user friendly manner for anyone to incorporate the information into almost any lifestyle. Preteens, teenagers and young adults will find a wealth of information for them to start thinking about.
Here are 21 statements that may change the way you handle money the rest of your life. Read them through and see for yourself. This is a handy book to keep as a reference that will help you make your future finacially secure. Click here to view the table of contents. Click here to purchase the book.
The Money Management Manifesto
This is a small workbook that is intended to be used in conjunction with the book"What Every Preteen, Teenager and Young Adult Needs to Know to Avoid Credit Card Debt" by Deanna Schwartzman and Deanna Suckow. Its purpose is to help students interact with the 21 statements and begin to understand how they might incorporate these ideas into their own lifestyles. Suggestions parents, grandparents, teachers and youth group leaders can use to implement the ideas in the Manifesto are available as free printouts on our Web site. www.teachingmoneymatters.com. These ideas are meant to guide and support children/students to make money management a part of their everyday lives." Click here to see sample agreement #2. Click here to purchase the workbook. (only available for purchase thru our Web Site)