Money Savvy Kids Giveaway

Money Savvy Kids Giveaway Sponsored by Money Savvy Generation

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Money Savvy Kids Giveaway

Looking for ways to help your children learn good money habits? Money Savvy Generation offers the award-winning Money Savvy Kids Home curriculum, a creative, child-friendly educational program that teaches personal finance basics in a fun, approachable way. Based on the concepts introduced in the classroom version of the EIFLE award-winning Money Savvy Kids classroom curriculum, Money Savvy Kids Home is an economical way to bring the lessons into your own home. See what we thought of this great program to teach kids finances.

One winner will receive the Money Savvy Kids Home Kit with Moolah the Cow Bank (ARV $39.99). This giveaway runs through 5/16/16 at 11:59pm Eastern Time and is open to US residents ages 18+. Winners are subject to eligibility verification and will have 48 hours to confirm before a new winner will be drawn. For any questions/concerns please email emilee.roberts (at) peaofsweetness (dot) com (consider adding this email to your “Safe List” as winning email notification will be sent from this email). Please refer to the full terms and conditions in the Giveaway Tools.

Disclosure: I received complementary products to facilitate our review. No additional compensation was received. Pea of Sweetness and any additional participating bloggers are not responsible for prize fulfillment.


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  1. They will learn the value of money and that it just doesn’t automatically get dispensed to them for everything they want.

  2. Anna L. says

    Kids need to learn how to use money wisely.

  3. I like to teach my daughter that what you do with a little is what you would do with a lot. This attitude spils over into stewardship and life in general.

  4. crystal w says

    it is something every adult needs to know how to do.We are not taught enough.

  5. It is so important to teach our children about finances. I want them to learn that cash is tge right path. I don’t want them to go into a huge debt with credit cards. Money has value and they need to learn how to earn it and use it.

  6. Heather says

    I think that being wise with your money is pleasing to God.

  7. Important for the future, we are not taught enough in schools!

  8. It is important to teach children about different aspects of finance because so many people ruin their lives and futures by making uninformed and hasty financial choices. Hopefully, financial education when children are growing may prevent such huge errors in judgement later on.

    • I agree. I was totally irresponsible with money when I was in college, and I know it would have different if I had been educated in finances.

  9. I think it is important because kids need to know the importance and how we work hard for our $$$$$ They need to know that we just can’t buy everything they want.

  10. Sue E

    In my opinion, I have always thought it was wise for children to learn while they were young, plant the seed, so to say. They have to use finances all their lives, & it is our place to teach them these sort of life lessons.

  11. Paul Gardner says

    so that our kids are not lost about money when they are older when it counts more!

  12. It’s important because there are many different types of financial transactions us adults have to work with.

  13. Kelly H. says

    They need to realize the value of a dollar and not only what it takes to earn it, but also the importance of spending it wisely.

  14. I think it’s important to teach kids about different aspects of finances because it builds the foundation for financial success later on in life.

  15. Jennifer Rogers says

    Children need to learn about finances and how to use money so they may grow up to be responsible adults and live comfortably without overextending themselves.

  16. Sue E

    It is our jobs as parents to teach our children, even about finances that they will deal with their whole lives!

  17. Gabrielly says

    Important for the future, we are not taught enough.

  18. Kendra Noble says

    I think its extremely important. I was taught financial responsibility growing up but my husband was not and he gets upset about it frequently. It was previously a big struggle for us.

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  20. Laurie Emerson says

    When they learn how to manage money as kids they will be much more likely to do it as adults.

  21. Amy Deeter

    I think it’s important to teach kids about different aspects of finances, because when they get older , they are gonna need to know about it and use it

  22. Richard Hicks says

    They MUST learn that money does not grow on trees as the old saying goes. Childhood is a free ride and they have to learn to earn their own way

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