Does your child really know the value of money? Think about the difference in the last several decades. In the past parents would typically give their children an allowance in cash. The child would then either save in their piggy bank or spend at a local store for a tangible item they wanted. They could count their money and know how much they had left, or how much they needed to save to buy a ball. Money is much more confusing these days. Cash is rarely used. More popular are the debit cards, credit cards, and online shopping by speaking to an app. To add to the confusion, online games have their own form of play currency they constantly encourage kids to purchase.
in this new 2-session hands-on financial simulation class your child will learn about the value of money and financial decision making. They will learn about budgeting, good habits and pitfalls to avoid in future decision making. It is not too early to prepare your child for a healthy financial future!