Families with Young Children

Right on the Money

Thanks to the Right on the Money program at York County Library, children in K through grade 2 can enjoy family fun and help their children learn about money at the same time.
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Shake My Piggy Bank

This new song about saving money gets the toes tapping and the eyes twinkling. And it also makes an important point – the library is free, fun and a great place to learn about money.
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Money As You Grow

Money As You Grow: Twenty Things Kids Need to Know was compiled by experts using existing national guidelines to give age-appropriate lessons that kids need to know.
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Kids and Money Resources

Review this list of free activity sheets, coloring books and more from Federal Reserve Banks and other unbiased sources.
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Family Kit Guide

Family Kits,developed by Central Library of Rochester and Monroe County, include games, books and toys that make it easy for parents to start a conversation with their children about money. The companion Guide has suggestions for fun activities that reinforce the learning.
Family Kit Guide

Your Child’s Financial Future

Adults can pave a smoother economic path for the future generations with adequate personal financial planning and teaching specific financial skills at appropriate age levels.
Your Childs Financial Future (Powerpoint)
Your Childs Financial Future (Handout)

How To Track Spending

Learn six different methods to track spending from Families Understanding Numbers (F.U. N.) series at Chesterfield County Library.
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Budget Worksheet

Use the template from the Chesterfield County Public Library or customize this excel worksheet to help manage your budget.
Budget Worksheet

The 100 Foot Journey

Food is the third largest household expense. Travel the grocery aisles with these shopping tipscompiled by the Lebanon County Library.
Grocery Shopping Tips

News:

The San Diego Public Library is partnering with the Unified School District to create a multi-media learning environment. These four student- created You tube videos point the way to developing money management skills: Identifying Your Goals; Setting Your Financial Goals; Starting an Emergency Fund; and Managing Debt.