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Teach your kids the most important skill that no one taught you.

Money Lessons for Kids Ages 3-7
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As Featured In:

Fin Lit Kids Essence Article
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Our Products

At Fin Lit Kids, we strongly believe that every child should have the chance to learn about money management from an early age, regardless of their family's financial background. 

We create fun & engaging games, activities, books, and content that teach important financial skills like budgeting, saving, and responsible spending.


Our products are intentionally crafted to align with the nationwide learning standards for preschool through second grade, while also fostering positive attitudes and habits towards money in children.


By promoting critical thinking about spending and financial decision-making early on, we believe that children can develop a strong foundation of financial literacy that can set them up for success in the future.


I'm an author, entrepreneur, wife, and mom on a mission to empower parents, caregivers, and educators with the necessary tools to teach children how to manage money early.


The Road to Zero Wealth report, published by Prosperity Now and the Institute for Policy Studies, highlights the alarming projection that the median wealth of African Americans will reach zero by 2053 if the racial wealth divide remains unaddressed. Similarly, LatinX households are projected to hit zero twenty years later.

Research suggests that most of the habits and attitudes that shape our financial decisions in adulthood are formed between the ages of 3-7. This underscores the critical need for early financial education, especially within communities of color where the need for financial literacy is most urgent. While our products are designed for all children, we prioritize our efforts to reach families in these communities to help close the wealth gap and restore generational wealth to all families.

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"My kids & I loved this book! Madison's First Dollar explains 4 basic money concepts including saving, spending, giving and investing. These ideas were easy to follow and not too difficult for my young readers. My daughter was so excited to split up her allowance this week, putting half into a savings envelope and another couple dollars in her giving envelope. She was genuinely so excited to put aside a bit of her allowance to give to someone else, all thanks to this book. Highly recommend, we really enjoyed it!" - KMG

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