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  • Gretchen Linscott

    Cute way to teach money ways to children.

  • Blanca Escobar

    Definitely need to start saving!! Every time I get $5 in my hands I am going to put in my savings jar!!! Lets see how much I save

  • RedPlum Mom Saver-in-Chief

    A pretty DIY take on money jars for kids to help them learn to budget.

  • Annalee

    Money Management. Perfect for kids and adults.

  • Anne Lund

    Another cute spend, save, give jar label idea.

  • Kristin Nicole

    Such a great idea for teaching kids about money- save, give, & spend jars. Or this one @Jaime Patterson

  • C.

    Mason jar savings and loan - actually a pretty cute idea for kids to save change in, add a tag with their name and/or purpose of the money. Actually, a jar of change would be pretty heavy for the glass, handle with care.

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