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Help your child become a financial whiz kid—for ages 8 to 12
It’s never too early to set children on the path to financial literacy. This activity book, a companion to Investing for Kids, teaches them how to become savvy with their finances. Through educational and engaging exercises, they’ll learn how to track their spending, make good investments, and so much more.
Build a financial vocabulary—Your kid will sound like a finance pro as they learn all sorts of important financial terms like mutual funds, debit vs. credit, and simple interest vs. compound interest.
Explore engaging activities—They’ll develop their money management smarts through 65 awesome exercises like figuring out what type of spender they are and determining their saving goals.
Discover shrewd tips—Help your kid find advice on the best ways to handle their personal finances, from the benefits of setting a budget to the importance of diversifying their investments.
Give your child a financial head start with this exciting investment book for kids.
About the Author
JUSTINE NELSON is the founder of Debt Free Millennials, a website and YouTube channel aimed at helping millennials improve their financial situation. Forbes named her a “YouTuber to Watch” in 2020.
“Teaching our children about money and investing is essential, and this book takes challenging topics and makes them fun and easy to understand—especially for elementary- and middle-school-age kids. Every family should have this book as a resource for their children.” —Robert Farrington, founder of The College Investor
“I was taught to save as a child, but never about what I could do with money beyond putting it away indefinitely. Justine deftly introduces kids to the enormous possibilities and exciting rewards of money management. It will surely inspire a generation of young entrepreneurs empowered to build wealth.” —Sarah Wilson, founder of Budget Girl
“During a time when personal debt is on the rise, the Investing for Kids Activity Book is a great resource for parents to help teach their children and teens about investing money. The author has created simple yet logical and fun activities to teach the foundations of investment for all ages.” —Jennifer Price, elementary school teacher and parent of two teenage daughters