Teaching Kids About Stocks In Investment {With Printable}

What are stocks? Let’s say you really like McDonald’s and you want to be one of the many owners of The McDonald’s Corporation, you buy their stock MCD from the New York Stock Exchange (NYSE). Remember how you received a certificate when you graduated from kindergarten, which was proof you finished all your lessons?  Well, when you buy stock from McDonald’s, they give you what … Continue reading Teaching Kids About Stocks In Investment {With Printable}

Explaining Diversification to Kids {With FREE Worksheets}

Mother Hen, Her Eggs and The Boy A story about the importance of diversification – for kids an original story by Investor Kiddo   There once lived a little boy on a farm with his family. His favourite thing to do was to visit the chicken coop every morning after breakfast. He wanted to see if the hen has laid any eggs. But more importantly, … Continue reading Explaining Diversification to Kids {With FREE Worksheets}

Simple Ways to Teach Kids About Investment {Free Printable}

Warren Buffet was asked in this interview featured on Forbes: At what age should we speak with our kids about being smart with money and investing? Buffett: “It’s never too early to help kids understand about money. Whether it’s understanding the cost of the new toy they want, or the value of saving money. Kids are exposed to money matters from a very young age, … Continue reading Simple Ways to Teach Kids About Investment {Free Printable}

Your Kid’s Savings Account {FREE PRINTABLE}

Why Is It Important for Kids to Know How To Save? To teach saving to children is to teach them about the concept of scarcity. In life, we will only earn a limited amount of money and often, we can’t spend all the money we get all at once because we have to spend them on the NEEDS before we can spend on our WANTS. … Continue reading Your Kid’s Savings Account {FREE PRINTABLE}

The 5 Most Important Money Lessons To Teach Your Kids {with printable}

What our kids think about money: When I said we didn’t have enough money to buy a toy that he wanted, my 3-year-old suggested I go to the bank and withdraw more money. When my 5-year-old took loose change from the table-top to buy a can of soft drink, he said the money was his because he “found it”. My 7-year-old asked why the government won’t simply print … Continue reading The 5 Most Important Money Lessons To Teach Your Kids {with printable}