Frequently Asked Questions
Why does Fin Lit Kids focus on children ages 3-7?
The formative years are the most crucial time in a child’s life in terms of learning and creating and
establishing strong habits. It is also the time where they are developing an understanding of the world around them, which makes it a perfect time to shape and mold children their understanding of just how powerful money is as an everyday tool in life. Just like other day-to-day areas of a child’s life, money management habits or simply knowing the value of a dollar makes a difference when the concept is taught at an early age.
How does Fin Lit Kids compare to other financial literacy resources for children?
Fin Lit Kids takes creates fun and engaging games, books, activities and content that teach kids about money while aiding in other areas of early childhood development. Our products help develop numeracy skills, social and emotional skills, and even fine motor skills! While learning about financial concepts and terms are great, social and emotional skills encourage children to actually take action on their financial literacy journey.
How do you teach kids about money?
Kids can be taught the foundational skills for money management in the same way they are taught other educational skills; play, stories, songs, content, conversations, and real life experiences.
I have an incredible idea for Fin Lit Kids! Can I share it you?
While we are always excited to collaborate with other creators i,
we do not desire to receive ideas unless its advice on how
we can improve our business. We don't want to run the risk of being accused
Can Madison’s Money Book Series be read in a classroom setting?
Absolutely! Madison’s Money Book Series is a perfect way to spark new classroom projects and in-depth discussions about money. And of course, this series allows students to see characters who are diverse. Madison’sMoney Book Series is a great classroom staple for educators who teach preschool to second grade.
How do I write a review for Madison’s Money Book Series?
We’d love to know your thoughts about Madison’s Money Book Series. It’s always refreshing to know just how much our interactive books are sparking financial creativity in the lives of children everywhere.
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