If there is a silver lining in these economic times, it might be the opportunity to teach your children some simple lessons about spending, saving and sharing money, and how to build their dreams for the future with some solid financial planning. (In fact, it’s an important lesson for us all—General Motors included!) Moonjar, with its three separate compartments for Saving, Spending and Sharing, is a great tool to help kids understand these concepts and to help parents bring the conversation about money, budgets and allowance to the kitchen table. (Available at moonjar.ca, $11.95 – 29.95)
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