A kindergarten teacher called all her students and asked them to be at the door at a certain time that day. She would be driving by, waving and giving them a “shout” to let them know how much she missed them. This teacher is an “encourager”.
With parents or guardians home all day, every day, even our youngest kids know that something is up. So help guide them through this new normal. Be an encourager. Here are a few ideas to help you get started:
We understand the challenges many face while under "stay-at-home" orders due to the COVID-19 pandemic. To help, Money Savvy has now made some of our educational money activity books and worksheets available to download and print for FREE.
Please print and share with your kids - spark a money talk at home in a fun way and get them thinking about the choices they have for money. And have some fun together!
Special Offers to Celebrate Financial Literacy Month!
April is National Financial Literacy Month. Since we can't get together to celebrate, we are offering some discounts so you can bring these financial education lessons and activities home to your family.