It’s comical when it’s someone else’s kid. It’s not when it’s your own.
Your child asks you for yet another quarter to have “one more” chance at winning a stuffed animal from a machine—because, after all, it’s only a quarter…
He doesn’t understand why, even when there’s a sale, you won’t necessarily buy all the latest fads for him…
The word “saving” doesn’t exist in his lexicon; immediately after receiving his Chanukah gelt or birthday check, the money is spent on nosh or small toys….
The concept of budgeting is unfortunately foreign to so many people, and the reason this is so is because too many adults never received the education of how to budget when they were young. As crucial a life skill as budgeting is, it doesn’t usually come naturally to children, and as parents and educators, it is our responsibility to teach our children how to budget, so that, when they get older, they have the necessary tools to be self-supporting, financially stable adults.
Menachem and Lieba Learn How to Budget is a groundbreaking concept in children’s literature. In this adorable, charmingly illustrated book, children will learn the basic fundamentals of budgeting and how to be responsible with their money. They’ll relate to Menachem and Lieba’s dreams and wishes (doesn’t every child want to buy, buy, buy at the toy store?), and will learn along with them how to make wise choices when it comes to spending money.
Invest in your child’s future. Buy this book for him. Down the line, he’ll thank you.
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