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piggy-iconTeaching kids to save before they learn to spend is a fundamental step in children’s financial knowledge. Even before saving and spending children need to learn the language of money; what does it look like, how much value does it have and what does money look like when it is transacted online?

Below are a few downloadable resources and fun activities for kids to begin to learn the value of money and basic money mathematics. We encourage parents, grandparents, friends and teachers to use these resources and begin using the language of money star-iconaround children, involve children in grocery shopping or budgeting, so they can start to understand principals of earning, buying, sharing and saving.

Learning about money is a lifelong journey and changes as children grow and learn but it starts with a simple but important foundation.

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Open an LLL Children's Savings Account and receive a bonus $5 deposit from us!*

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*The $5 deposit is paid into the first account opened in the child’s name.

 

 

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