Teaching children the value of money is more difficult in today's cashless culture where checking accounts, ATM cards and credit purchases are part of our every day life. So, it really becomes a necessity to teach our kids at an ealier age that "money does not grow on trees." This issue becomes even more challenging as children grow older, their expectations and peer pressure grow, and their techi toys become more expensive.
So, I set myself in search of parenting tips and bumped into this book, "Money Doesn't Grow on Trees: Teaching Your Kids the Value of a Buck" by Ellie Kay. It was rated with 5 stars by customer reviews in Amazon.com. There are some more to check out as well in www.kidsmoneystore.com. If some of you have read already one of listed books in this site, we would love your comments.
Your wallets will thank you, and guess who else too?