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Daily Deals on Great Tools for Teaching Kids About Money

When I lamented on the challenges of teaching kids about money in a digital society, who knew I would find great deals on financial literacy tools just a few days later?

First, a reader shared this piggy bank with me. With a compartment for spending, saving and giving, it’s a fun tool for teaching kids about money. So, when I got an email from one of my daily deal sites featuring a similar bank, I couldn’t wait to share it!

It is part of the Savvy Source new year Good Habits Start Early promotion —; daily deals on products you need to teach your kids healthy habits. The deals include chore charts, smart piggy banks, and educational books for things your kids will need throughout their lives. Here are 3 deals on tools for teaching kids about money:

This allowance calendar allows parents to set a monetary value for chores, while helping kids keep track of their daily responsibilities. Get it through Sunday for $16 plus $4 shipping.

The Moonjar Moneybox includes 3 separate compartments to teach kids about saving money, budgeting for long term spending, and charitable giving. Get it through Sunday for $15 plus $5 shipping.


Money Mama & the Three Little Pigs is an educational picture book for kids to teach kids simple concepts of money management — smart spending, wise investing, and giving to others. It includes a read along CD for non-readers. Get it for $10 plus $4 shipping.

And, if you’re looking for good, solid financial education for yourself, check out this MamaSource deal on Dave Ramsey Money Education bundle — 63% off at only $45. And, you just can’t go wrong with Dave Ramsey!

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