How to Teach Your Child About The Basic of Managing Money  And Be Financially Responsible

Little Tauke Workshop (Ipoh)

Venue : UOB Ipoh (>>Google Map)

Date : 10th March 2018

Time : 10.00 am to 1.00 pm

Age 8 - 12 years old

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Give Your Child The Fun-Filled First Step To Financial Education

Here's What Your Child Will Learn in Our Workshop :

  • The Value of Money which will help them to understand where does money comes from, how it is earned, and how it can be spent responsibly
  • The Money Jar System where your child will learn the effective money management method and use it intentionally to manage their money.
  • Financial Responsibility where they will learn  about the basics of handling money responsibly and virtuously.
  • Encourage them to save and give where they will  understand why they should save and why they should give
  • Introduce them to entrepreneurs  where they will understand that starting a business is noble, that working ethically is good and that with wealth comes responsibility.
  • How to Have Them Own Money so they stop asking for YOURS!

What Others Say

David Bach

#1 New York Times bestselling author of
The Automatic Millionaire and Start Late, Finish Rich

Give, Save, Spend is a fun, creative, and engaging story that children will love! But it also has an important message that parents will love too: the importance of managing money and the basics for how to do so.

Amy McCready

Founder of Positive Parenting Solutions
and author of If I Have to Tell You One More Time

Kids will love Give, Save, Spend ’s fun illustrations and engaging story. Parents will love the book’s lesson and the opportunity it provides to begin talking with their kids about the basics of managing finances. It’s the perfect combination.”

Mark Merrill

President of Family First and All Pro Dad

Clint Greenleaf has taken a traditional children’s story and given it lessons relevant to everyone, especially children: the value of hard work, of financial responsibility, and of giving to others from one’s heart. It is an important tool for families everywhere.

Melissa Francis

Fox Business Network anchor and author of Diary of a Stage Mother’s Daughter

Greenleaf wisely turns a classic that kids will recognize into a lesson they can appreciate. Indulging their spending side while teaching them to save and share is pure genius.

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