DO WE REALLY NEED A MONTH FOR FINANCIAL LITERACY?

What If I told you there was a way for you to reduce potential future relationship conflicts your child will experience?

By doing this, you would simultaneously address the #1 stressor that effects their health. What if this one thing instantaneously granted more freedom and choices for their careers? 

YOU COULD DO ALL THAT BY SIMPLY TEACHING YOUR CHILD MONEY VALES AND SKILLS.

April is Financial Literacy Month, and this topic has been buried in schools' priority lists and in our busy lives.

Often, busy parents relegate teaching money to something we cram in between extracurricular activities right before your child graduates high school. But when you look at how central money is to life, you start to see that money skills aren't just another box to check off the list. Money savvy is essential to your child becoming a well-rounded adult.

SO LET'S CELEBRATE THAT THERE IS A WAY – THERE IS SOMETHING WE CAN DO.

Small Change believes that by starting simple money conversations early, we can build a better financial foundation for kids that will serve them for the rest of their lives.

We invite you to join the community of parents who want to give their kids a better opportunity. Join us all month long for stories, tips and free prizes all designed to make teaching your kids about money easy.

How do you plan to teach your child about money?  Tell us what you think.

Join the community and we'll send you a set of four printables that you can use to get your preschooler-2nd grader started learning about money.


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