8 edition of Your Kids Can Master Their Money found in the catalog.
August 7, 2006
by Focus on the Family Publishing
Written in English
|The Physical Object|
|Number of Pages||272|
Based on the television show “The Way of the Master”, hosted by Kirk Cameron and Ray Comfort, this book will help you provide answers in a language your kids can understand. Buy 5 Reviews: 8. The Everything Kids’: Money Book has a lot of cool information that I didn’t even know myself. As others have said, their is a LOT of reading in this book. There is only 30 activities. But if your child doesn’t mind a bit of reading, this book shouldn’t be a worry. I would say that a 4th to 5th grader should be able to read this smoothly/5(70).
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Your Kids Can Master Their Money reveals key traits of financially wise people and gives parents tools to instill those traits in their children.
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Parents presume that their kids "get it" or that they are learning these skills in school/5. Teaching our children to have mastery over their money is critical to their future success. You are in the perfect place, at the perfect time, to teach your children the tools that will make them masters not only of their own money, but also of their own lives/5(21).
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