Frequently Asked Questions
Why does Fin Lit Kids focus on children ages 3-7?
Fin Lit Kids focuses on children ages 3-7 because research shows that the habits and attitudes that impact our financial decisions in adulthood are formed during this period. Children in this age range are also developing their understanding of the world around them, making it the perfect time to introduce them to the concept of money and its importance in daily life. By teaching children about money at an early age, parents and caregivers can help establish positive financial habits that will benefit them throughout their lives.
How does Fin Lit Kids compare to other financial literacy resources for children?
Fin Lit Kids offers fun and engaging resources, such as games, books, and activities, to teach kids about money and aid in their overall development. Our products not only focus on financial literacy, but also help develop other important skills like numeracy, social-emotional, and fine motor skills. We believe that social and emotional skills are key to encouraging children to take action on their financial literacy journey.
How do you teach kids about money?
Teaching kids about money involves using various educational tools and methods, including play, stories, songs, content, conversations, and real-life experiences to teach them foundational skills for money management.
I have an incredible idea for Fin Lit Kids! Can I share it with you?
We're always open to feedback and suggestions on how we can improve our business. However, we cannot accept unsolicited ideas to avoid any potential accusations of plagiarism. Thank you for understanding.
Can Madison’s Money Book Series be read in a classroom setting?
Yes, Madison’s Money Book Series is an ideal resource for classroom settings. The books are designed to engage young children in fun and interactive ways while teaching them valuable financial literacy concepts. The books can also be used as a starting point for classroom discussions and projects related to money management. In addition, the series features diverse characters, which can help students see and appreciate the importance of inclusion and representation in literature. This makes the series a valuable asset for educators teaching preschool to second grade.
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