By Kelly McMillan, Senior Learning & Development Specialist
Children from kindergarten through college are finding new ways to learn from home since schools closed earlier this year. In addition to distance learning, some kids are getting a crash course in life skills. They might help out with more chores around the house or care for younger siblings while parents work (from home or at essential jobs). This is the perfect time to add “Finance 101” to your homeschool curriculum.
Money lessons for all ages
You can scale money lessons for the littlest learners to the young adults in your home. Whatever your children’s ages, it can be challenging to teach kids the value of a dollar in a digital world. It helps to go back to basics: teach them how to manage coins and cash, then help them translate learning to the virtual world.