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Kidbudget Kids

The Eight Money Management SKILLS your kids will learn using Kidbudget.

Short and Long Term GoalsEarn MoneySave money

Spend less than you earnSpend wiselyTrack your moneyBe Charitable

WHAT'S INCLUDED IN KIDBUDGET?
Workbook

Workbook

76 pages of fun, engaging, interactive content. Your kids will learn eight core money principles. Jokes, riddles, games, and fun facts all make learning money management easy.

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Pouches

Pouches

Bright colorful pouches to distribute the money. Better than a piggy bank! Your kids will customize the pouches for each goal. They hold money similar to an adult "envelope system."

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The Vault

The Vault

A durable "almost like Fort Knox" zippered bag. Finally, a cool place to keep everything! Keep your pouches safe. It's large enough to hold your workbook and other valuables. Never misplace your money again!

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Wristband

Wristband

A mass of silicone created with artificial color and poured into a mold. Dude, it’s a reminder band to help you think before you buy.

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FIVE GOLDEN RULES…
to help parents teach kids Money Management Principles.

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    Family Fun

    Make it Fun

    Learning money management is not always easy. We've done our best to MAKE it easy with Kidbudget. Our design team follows the motto "make it fun." It is a fact, kids learn faster when having fun.

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    Look for Teaching Opportunities

    Reinforce Kidbudget lessons. Going to the store? Talk to your kids about money. Paying your bills? Getting money from the ATM? Feel like eating out but decide you can't afford it? Talk to your kids about it.

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    Be Patient

    Good habits take time. It is a learning process for kids and their parents. Continue to reinforce positive behavior. Bite your tongue, walk away, whatever it takes. It will be worth it.
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    Keep at it

    Keep at it

    Your kids will be excited to get started. Keep the excitement alive! Perhaps you could meet regularly to look at their trackers and talk with them. Or, perhaps a special treat or a night out with you as an incentive to keep at it. Even simple words of praise will help.

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    Mistakes are Good

    Mistakes are Good

    Would you rather your child make a money mistake when he's in his 20's or when he's 11? The consequences are much less when he's younger. Your child will make mistakes as she learns to manage her money. It's OK. Help her learn from it. Then when the financial decisions come flying at him, he'll know what to do.

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