Bright Financial Futures
A webinar to help support grown-ups and young kids in building bright financial futures together.
In this webinar, you’ll explore ways to talk about money with young kids. Providers will learn strategies to help familiarize families with important concepts like saving, spending, and sharing. You’ll explore resources for every age to help kids build a positive understanding of money, and a strong financial future.
- Explore ways to talk about money with families and young kids
- Learn strategies to help kids build important life skills
- Talk about key concepts like spending, saving, sharing, choices, needs, wants, and values
- Review resources you can use to help discuss money and related concepts with children and families
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