For the month of October I am participating in a 31 day event where bloggers post each day on different topics. I chose the topic of teaching kids about money and finances.

There are many resources to use to teach kids about money and saving. Following are ten that I would recommend.

1) Money Savvy Bank is a bank with 4 separate chambers for Save, Spend, Donate and Invest. The pigs come in a variety of colors or also shaped as a football.

2) Financial Peace Junior is a program to teach the importance of saving. It is recommended for ages 3-12.

3) Moonjar is another system consisting of three boxes that fit together. (Save, Spend and Share)

4) Here is a Pinterest board I put together with various resources.

5) It’s a Habit has resources such as books, workbooks, music CDs and a saving bank

6) The Money Mammals has books, CDs, DVDs and a savings bank.

7) Practical Money Skills has games such as Financial Football, Financial Soccer and others.

8) Kids and Money Calendar is a page-a-day calendar I made with resources and websites to teach kids about money.

9) The Practical Money Skills website also has an Avengers Comic Book that teaching about finances.

10) Prosperity 4 Kids has books, allowance charts and more to teach kids about saving.

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