Why It’s Important To Teach Children The Value Of Money and Personal Finances:
Financial illiteracy is an international, cultural problem.
Children need to learn early on
that there are responsibilities that offset
the free spending life styles they see daily in advertising,
on television, and in their neighborhoods.
If you have a society buying households full of items
they can’t afford and they don’t really need,
retiring with no savings,
getting sick and not prioritizing health care and conscious consumption —
the future can be a stress filled unfulfilling journey.
During our workshops learn why conscious consumption is healthy and
then apply what they have learned through playful strategies –
such a stop-motion animation clip.
Children will understand that long-term and self-taught discipline
prevail over short-term cravings propagated
on Social Media, in advertising and movies.