How to teach your toddler about money? Check out this meaningful and educational DIY book Beany and the Grocery List by Mary G. Bambina.
Reading this DIY activity and educational book to your toddler and preschooler is a great way to introduce your child to the concept of money, spending and saving with simple counting activities.
When is the best time to start teaching your child about money? Get started early! As soon as your child begins to count it’s time to teach your little one about early money management – how to save, budget and spend money.
Remember, by talking about money and teaching a good money management, you will set up your little one for a financial success.
Beany and the Grocery List – The easy way to teach your toddler about money
Money doesn’t grow on trees and Beany has only 5 coins that he needs to allocate to the family needs and wants.
His mom helps him simply understand what’s the difference between needs and wants.
He teaches him to make a plan and to allocate his scarce resources efficiently.
It is important from early on, to help your child realize, that we live in a world with limited resources. Whether it’s time, or money, or health, or energy, or food, or environment or anything else. Helping them learn how to manage resources wisely, will help them be efficient and planing long-term.
One of the most important lessons to teach them is that when we invest our time in anything, it’s lost forever. So, we need to be aware of the choices we make.
Beany and the Grocery List by Mary G. Bambina is a meaningful and educational book for toddlers and preschoolers. This DIY activity book is a great one for homeschool read alouds when learning counting, about making plans and lists, social skills, and the difference between needs and wants.
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