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Old 10-30-2014, 02:30 PM   #1
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Hey everyone,


My name is Chris and Im planning to start teaching kids about debt and money management.
Kids like to have fun, and they learn better when they are. Why not teach kids early in life about the differences between good and bad debt; How rewarding saving can be, all while having fun with activities in a small workshop setting, or one on one (groups would promote social experience) Not boring and repetitive statistics, but interactive discussions of saving that they can relate to at that age.
(ex. how many ice creams can you save up to have a new video game? The price is right game to teach them about value of what we buy them, like clothes, school supplies, groceries)

Would this work with homeschooling? Already, schools don't provide enough information about money management. Would it be better as a resource online for parents, or work as a better daycare service, either teaching in home or dropping off their kids when they have to work, but are homeschooled.

Please give some feedback, as I really want to see this kind of thing in the community.




Thank you so much, folks!


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wow, teaching kids to read, maybe you should had read the rules here at the lest it would had given you crediability
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