What you and your children will learn from this excellent
v What you are doing as parents and your own money habits.
This book will help you identify your own strengths and weaknesses and help you
get on track. Remember we are our children’s greatest role models – you are the
ones who can make a difference.
v Help your child set goals and step you through the process of
achieving that goal. This process not only helps your children manage their money but also is
excellent for their self-esteem. Everyone feels good, you as parents, and the
kids, because of the great sense of achievement. High self-esteem is a must for
the youth of today.
v This system also teaches them deferred gratification.
Credit Cards have created an instant gratification society, we want it now!
Teaching deferred gratification gets them into the good habit of waiting until
they can afford something before they can buy, hence avoiding the vicious debt
v Helps you set up a savings, spending and sharing plan.
This helps your children learn the responsibility of saving but also the
importance of having good spending habits…you will learn something to! These
lessons help them learn the value of money. It will also teach the concept of
sharing – which is a very important lesson for everybody.
Plus there are lots of other tips in this guide to help your children.
Like teaching them the awareness of marketing and advertising gimmicks, making
the most shopping trips and teaching them valuable lessons along the way, the
concept of budgeting plus lots more.
AS A BONUS YOU CAN DOWNLOAD A PARENTS AND A KIDS BUDGET WHEN
YOU PURCHASE THE GUIDE
Financial Fitness for Kids –
A Kids Guide
children to identify the difference between needs and wants. Increasingly this is getting more difficult to do in
today’s society. Marketers have become very savvy in convincing us that we
“need” something as opposed to “wanting” something. This guide provides some
tips and activities to help children work through this process.
set financial goals and think about ways to earn money to work towards that
should be taught that if you want something you have to work to achieve your
goals…money does not grow on trees! The guide helps children work through the
process of achieving their financial goals. This also teaches them the valuable
lesson of deferred gratification.
children to set up a savings plan.
This helps children learn how to budget and about the value of money. There are
some great activities the kids will do to learn to develop these very important
habits. Starting these important lessons now will help set them up for later in
says “Compound growth is the eighth wonder of the world”, everyone regardless of
age should learn and understand this concept. The guide explains the difference between simple and compound interest
and how your money can grow. But it also teaches how it can work against you if
you are in to much debt!!
tips, stories and activities to make it fun to help children of all ages develop
a healthy, balanced attitude towards money.
AS A BONUS YOU CAN DOWNLOAD A KIDS BUDGET WHEN YOU PURCHASE
Fitness for Kids
– The Family Packs
This pack is a combination of both the Parents Guide and the
Kids Guide. The Financial Fitness for Kids Guides are practical, easy to read
books to help parents teach their kids to become good money managers, learn the
value of money and become financially responsible.
There are great tips, stories, and activities which will help
family members of all ages!!