Checklist for Teaching Kids Financial Basics by Age Group

Checklist for Teaching Kids Financial Basics by Age Group

From the age of 3 all the way to 18, get the details on which financial topics to teach your kids during different age groups with this printable checklist.

Want to know when to teach your kids certain financial basics? Start with this checklist!

We all want our kids to grow up as financially independent adults – but where does the journey start? Children as young as 3 can begin grasping the basics of financial literacy! In this printable checklist, we go through all the can’t-miss financial fundamentals for four different age groups. Starting with young kids learning about delayed gratification to young adults understanding the costs of college, we outline the best practices for developing financially successful children.

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What's Inside?

  • Ages 3 to 5 – Counting, coins and delayed gratification
  • Ages 6 to 10 – Adding/subtracting, comparison shopping and risk vs. reward
  • Ages 11 to 13 – Bank accounts, budgeting and compound interest
  • Ages 14 to 18 – Loans, investing, and taxes

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