Monday, June 7, 2010

A Great New Way To Save

As a parent, I want to teach my child the value of saving and money. The challenge comes with the fact that our living conditions here in Germany are different with the living conditions from where I grew up. That said, I know that teaching my child the value of money and saving presents a great challenge to a mom who is not so good at accounting and finance management.

There are lots to consider when it comes to teaching children the value of money and savings. The generation of today are more appreciative of visuals and interactive games because of advancement in technology. Piquing their interest in money and finance is a must. How does one achieve this? Through the very innovative Ekomini. This is your modern piggy bank that is connected to a computer.

And because it is connected to the computer, kids can keep track of their savings. They can even play Ekonominville, which is an interactive online game where the kids can learn about saving, planning for purchases, donating to social causes and investing. The best thing about this online game is that it has a parental interface, involving the parents in their child's progress.

This product is designed for children aged 6-12 years and valued at a very reasonable price at $39.99.

But of course, the best teacher is experience so that a parent must also allow the child to really make purchases on their own or allow them to decide what they would do with their money.


josie said...

thanks Kamz, added you too.. ty very very much :)

mizztraveller said...

Ic , i just learn not all games is bad and useless :)

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