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CreateSpace Familymint: A Complete Step-By-Step Program for Learning Money Management (Software Included): Money Management Certification Pr

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CreateSpace Familymint: A Complete Step-By-Step Program for Learning Money Management (Software Included): Money Management Certification Pr
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Familymint: A Complete Step-By-Step Program for Learning Money Management (Software Included): Money Management Certification Prog by Masterson, Robert/ Eusebio, Jeff [Paperback]

This unique step-by-step program guides your child through a series of money activities where they will develop foundational money habits that will benefit them for the rest of their lives.
Unlike other programs, the FamilyMint Method combines the best of the real world and the virtual world. The workbook-based learning format helps your child stay focused and engaged. The online FamilyMint money management software lets your child develop new life skills while teaching money lessons in a safe, virtual setting. Activities compliment math curriculum and may either be completed using the included money worksheets or online.
At the end of the 2 month program, your child will receive a Certificate of Achievement so they can proudly display their new money management prowess.
This program will teach your child much more than simple kids money games. It's the best money activity for kids that lets them learn about money while simultaneously practicing behaviors that will eventually form into long term habits.
The FamilyMint Method is so effective at teaching kids about money that it was named "Education Program of the Year for Children, Planning & Money Management" by the Institute for Financial Literacy.
Grades 5 & up (ages 10+) *Author: Masterson, Robert/ Eusebio, Jeff *Binding Type:

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