Wizard Chess and Hoverballs – Teaching Kids Hard Lessons About Money

Delayed gratification. The fact that you can only spend a dollar once. Preventing impulse purchases. One of the most important, but hardest, lessons we need to teach our kids about money is the intangible concepts. Note - this post was inspired by a question from my friend Revanche from A Gai Shan Life, who asked … Continue reading Wizard Chess and Hoverballs – Teaching Kids Hard Lessons About Money

Teaching Kids About Money – Savings Bond Edition

One thing many parents struggle with is - how do you teach kids about money without boring them? How do you know what lessons are appropriate for what ages? From simple lessons like savings, to complex ones like investing - from checking accounts to 401ks - those of us who are parents interested in personal … Continue reading Teaching Kids About Money – Savings Bond Edition