Now you all know how much I love financial literacy 🤑 It’s like I was born with a desire for learning as much about financial matters as I can. And if you know that much, then you should know that I am also a firm believer in giving children a financial education at the earliest available opportunity 👌🏾
So obviously I was absolutely delighted when I was gifted this Financial Education Vocabulary Workbook by one of my faves Chantel Nyame-Bankole (check out a previous review on a fantastic book that she has written) for my eldest son 😍 Now the recommended age for this workbook is 5 years old, but my eldest is 3 years old and considered as advanced for his age, particularly when it comes to numeracy (not something he got from me because my numeracy isn’t definitely considered by professionals as average 😂) Anyway, I knew that he would be able to work through this workbook and enjoy doing it, so I was extremely excited to show it to him and get started 😊
Listen ladies and gents, this book is absolutely perfect for your children! Whether your child is an advanced 3 year old or the recommended 5 year old, this workbook will help teach them key financial educational points that can be built on as they get older.
Alright, you’re probably wondering what exactly is in this amazing workbook that I’m raving about 😉 Well the first thing that we taught my little boy from this workbook was all about Passive Income. What it is and how you actually go about making passive income 💷 My Son not only grasped this concept but the exercise that is attached to each topic really helped drive the lesson home to him. This was proven to me when he randomly asked me if I knew what passive income was and then preceded to tell me exactly what it was 😎🤓
He said it with such confidence that he might as well have popped his collar and strolled off afterwards 🤣