It is not imperative only for the parents to have the ‘money talk’ with children. Educators, too, can help teach them its value.
Let’s use this COVID-19 lockdown period to educate children about how hard it is to earn money, the value of spending, how much is worth spending and what would be considered as a waste.
Here are some ways to incorporate money lessons into their daily lives:
Money lessons should not be just reserved for the older kids, whom we expect to be ready for it. In fact, children in smaller classes should also be introduced to the topic just as much. What are your thoughts?
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