Sam Renick

Mastery requires repetition, so does the development of great money habits. A Cambridge University study on adult money habits indicates to be effective you need to start teaching personal finance concepts before the age of seven.

Delivering financial education programs for over 13 years has also taught us to get results you need to employ a variety of strategies and mediums. Why? To keep messages fresh. To keep learners engaged. To reach children who have different primary learning styles. Some learners absorb and respond better to visual instruction, others audio, still others, by hands on doing, etc.

Here are five field-tested strategies and tips that will work for you or anyone who wants to effectively bring financial education to children.

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