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Which tools should kids use to manage money? Who should they share personal and financial information with? Terrific Tools tells a story about Chelsea and Jack's adventures learning about the many financial tools that are available and how they are used in different settings. The story also provides strong messaging about privacy and security of information, through an interesting and natural set of encounters. A book in the series "Marvels of Money ... for kids"; richly illustrated, engaging and practical stories for young readers about the fundamentals of money.
This book supports emerging educational (K-5) learning standards, integrating "life skills" and "reasoning skills" into the fictional but realistic financial literacy stories. Each story in the series includes essential financial words, which are highlighted throughout each story and then defined in a glossary along with summary concepts at the end of each story. 3rd-6th grade level readers will find the 2,500 word story and numerical examples great for reading, mathematics, social sciences and financial literacy! Younger (K-2) readers may skim the concepts in a picture book manner, as there are incredible illustrations on each page. Great real-along and discussion books!
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Let's face it. I could write about many things and you could certainly select thrilling topics from the millions of other titles at Amazon. Why Terrific Tools?
BACKGROUND: When most of us were younger, the most complex financial event occurred when you were fortunate enough to get a bank/savings account. There was a bank branch somewhere in the vicinity of your home, you received a register/ledger, and if you wanted to add or retrieve money from the account, you went to the bank. Then, over the past couple of decades, with the deregulation of much of the financial industry, a proliferation of new technologies and new financial products have been introduced. This has createde an overwhelming abundance of choices for how a kid (or an adult) might manage their money and which tools they can choose. Parents are both confused and a bit out of control as a kids age and engage in on-line commerce through various modern electronic devises. What can we do about it?
I wrote Terrific Tools (1 of 5 fictional, illustrated books in the "Marvels of Money for kids" series), to show kids the progression of tools they can choose as they mature, with strong messaging regarding privacy & internet security. The books were designed so kids want to read them, thus becoming aware of key financial topics through highly visual and engaging fictional stories. This book also supports the emerging financial literacy "learning standards" now being adopted by schools throughout America.
Let's give our kids foundational tools for their success. Thank you for your interest in Terrific Tools and The Marvels Of Money ...for kids series!
About ... Marvels of Money for kids
Five great books which follow Jack and Chelsea through the lives of kids in America and the many experiences and financial decisions kids face each day. Richly illustrated, engaging and practical stories for young readers about the fundamentals of money. Five stories are also available in a single book.
Earning Excitement ... Kids want things that they don't have. How can they stop asking for things and earn them instead? Earning Excitement is a story about patience, self-sufficiency, and the steps kids can take to earn something.
Spending Success ... There are so many things kids want to buy, but they cannot afford them all! How can they choose what to buy? Spending Success is a story about Chelsea and Jack's great success with financial priority setting, against a backdrop of peer pressure and media influence.
Debt Dangers ... Borrowing money sounds easy, given the advertisements kids hear. Debt Dangers shows how Chelsea and Jack make decisions about borrowing, when loans may be appropriate, and why it is best for kids to say no and live within their means.
Giving Greatness ... There is great need all around us. How can kids help? Giving Greatness is a touching and timely story, as Chelsea and Jack show how they, their families and their friends can help those in need.
Terrific Tools ... Which tools should a kid use to manage money? Who should kids talk to about money? Terrific Tools is a story about Chelsea and Jack learning how financial tools are used in different settings and the importance of privacy and security of information.
FarBeyond Publishing ....... "Messages to last a lifetime"
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Book Description Farbeyond Publishing LLC, 2011. Paperback. Condition: New. Never used!. Seller Inventory # P111936872056
Book Description Farbeyond Publishing LLC. PAPERBACK. Condition: New. 1936872056 New Condition. Seller Inventory # NEW7.2178641
Book Description Farbeyond Publishing LLC, 2011. Condition: New. Natalie Nourigat (illustrator). book. Seller Inventory # M1936872056