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Here’s an easy and fun way to turn your annual Easter Egg Hunt into lessons about currency and giving: Turn it into an Easter Egg Hunt that Gives Back. Here’s what you do: Get out your plastic Easter eggs, but this year, instead of stuffing them with cookies and candies, put in coins and dollar bills. When handing your child or children baskets into which they’ll put the eggs, tell them the prizes in this Read more.
McGraw-Hill has been committed to teaching families and children about money through our Financial Literacy Now campaign. Now we are taking things to the next level by transitioning that campaign into the Our Kids & Money movement. Through www.ourkidsandmoney.com, Facebook and Twitter, we want to work with the parents and friends of children to start a national conversation on how we make our kids smarter about money and create a stronger financial future for our Read more.
Sure, your child probably wants the latest and greatest toys and gadgets this holiday season, and there’s nothing wrong with putting some of their whims in their holiday gift pile. But also consider giving your child a gift that can enrich their lives for years to come – an experience in saving money and helping others. Experts agree that children start developing attitudes and behaviors about money at an early age. Finding fun, engaging ways Read more.