This weekend, one of my stepkids won a raffle to buy a new pair of super-exclusive sneakers for $100.
He quickly resold them for over $1000. (And right now they’re reselling for over $4,000!)
Whether or not any of that makes sense at all, we used the experience talk about making, saving, and investing money. Our family talks a lot about money. The kids get an allowance, we share our family budget spreadsheet, and we shop carefully to compare prices and values.
Many studies find that financial education (both in school and at home) results in positive, long-term outcomes
To help busy parents teach their kids about money, we’ve curated a list of interactive, self-guided resources over on our blog.
What Resources Do You Recommend?
If you have a favorite book, app, video, or other tool for helping kids learn about money, please share it below. In this time of increased home teaching, your suggestions will be especially helpful!