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Love these money saver jars to teach kids about giving/saving/spending. Give to the church; save and for budget spending. Greatest blessing is when you've been so blessed that you can reverse the percentages and give to the Lord's work and live on

Teaching Kids About Money with Spend Save Give Jars

Kids and Parenting | These Spend, Save, and Give jars are simple to make and help kids learn how to manage money.

20+ Fun Sharpie Crafts: The Ultimate List

20 Fun Sharpie Crafts: The Ultimate List - a great way to decorate dollar store surfaces [ Wainscotingamerica.com ] #DIY #wainscoting #design

Graduation Gift to Start when kids start school. $20 for 13 years (K-12) is $260. What a nice surprise - plus all the neat letters you wrote all those years

After School Routine Clock

After School Routine Clock - BUT this could be altered for a whole daycare day routine! What a great way for kids to begin to understand time.

I love the idea of a mason jar. I hate when the measuring spoon won't fit in the jar.

Share, Save, Spend

Raising Generous Kids Share, Save, Spend - Spending comes natural to everyone. This printable teaches our children to make saving and sharing automatic too. raising children, kids, parenting

Keep the Change Sign - perfect for the laundry room!!

Chore Ideas

Here's a great idea, create a chore board and when the kids want money, they pick out tasks that equal the amount they want to earn!

THIS IS WHAT I HAVE BEEN LOOKING FOR! You do not get paid for chores because it's an expected part of being a family. Allowance is teaching children how to manage money. I have started this with the kids, the chore list doesn't get money but the commission chart does! There are different chores on each. AND she incorporates tithing and savings! Brilliant!