Teaching Children About Money


Money grows on trees. Have you ever wondered what the difference is between people who have money and people who don't have it? Why does one of your friends (or perhaps you) have money, and the other of your friends (maybe yours) does not?

The answer may be in excellent work, or perhaps your grandparents or great-grandmothers had money, and your family inherited it. Maybe it was from a lottery or maybe from a business.

Money doesn't care who you are, what your name is, what color your skin is, what religion you are. The only thing money cares about is that you manage them well. If so, he will want to stay. He not only wants to stay, but also invites all his friends to stay too. Then friends will invite their friends and their friends until you manage a bunch of money. On the other hand, if you are not a good money manager, your money will get bored and go.

So where do you get the information you need to become a good money manager? Well, this is a great question that has a great answer. Many books have been written on this topic, but I recommend most of all “Money grows on trees.”

This book was written by two people who dedicated their lives to teaching children and adults how to become financially independent, as the main aspect of creating the life of their dreams. The full title of the book "Money grows on trees" – children learn to earn, spend, save and invest their money. This is a complete and comprehensive guide to teaching children first – the money and where they come from. He then teaches children how to earn, spend, save and, ultimately, invest money so that they can become the type of money manager to receive money.

He will teach children what they need to do in order to plant their own money tree, make sure it receives the necessary care, and watch it grow.