Whether it’s paying for a school lunch or receiving a weekly allowance, children are aware of money. The start of the new school year kicks off TSCPA’s children’s book club; these books will keep your children reading and learning that money really doesn’t grow on trees.
Participate in the book club by reading one or more of the selected books with your child; you can also print off downloadable materials such as bookmarks or a list of low-cost or no-cost family financial literacy activities.
Encourage your children to learn and read for fun outside of the classroom. Click here to download the reading list, courtesy of Oregon’s Office of the State Treasurer, and here to see the list of low-cost or no-cost crafts and activities and free printable bookmarks.
For more free personal finance information for parenthood and other life stages, visit ValueYourMoney.org.
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