Beyond PIGGY BANKS And LEOMONADE STANDS: How To Teach Young Kids About Finance (and They’re Never Too Young) by Liz Frazier

Beyond Piggy Banks and Lemonade Stands: How to Teach Young Kids About Finance (and They’re Never too Young),by Liz Frazier will focus on the very basic fundamentals of money, and help children understand how they can make smart financial decisions as they grown. This book is a usable, light hearted, real-world guide for parents and children to apply specific tools and lessons needed to teach their child.

The chapters are broken out into simple and digestible sections:

Chapter 1: Why Teach Finance to Elementary Aged Children?


Chapter 13: Learning about Advertising, Debt & Taxes

A how to book that will make teaching finance to kids painless. Provides lessons that are easy to teach and understand. The activities in book are quick, enjoyable and educational. Each concept starts with the basics, and builds upon them so your child has a full understanding of the topic. Most of all, the book focuses on how to incorporate teaching finance to your child through everyday real-world activities.

Author: Liz Frazier, is a Certified Financial Planner specializing in financial planning for families, Frazier designed her book as a blueprint for parents to follow when teaching their children about the ins and outs of finance at any age. The steps, activities, and guidelines provided are meant to make finance fun and simple for kids, and teaching stress-free for parents. Frazier breaks down these young age groups into different levels (beginner, intermediate, and advanced), as she believes that no child is too young to profit on learning financial literacy.

“It’s important to get your kids started on the right track as they are learning money.” says Frazier. You want their early experiences with money to be positive because these will shape their values as they get older.”

Beyond Piggy Banks and Lemonade is the book that will give parents the tools to raise a healthy, independent and responsible child. Don’t just tell them…Involve them!

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