September 23, 2010
Review: The Princess Money Manager
It's never to early to start teaching your kids responsibility, and it's never to early to start teaching toddlers about money and how to use it responsibly.
We have a 3-year-old who loves her piggy bank. She see money as something to slip into a slot and then shakes the bank to make noise. She has no idea what these coins and bills actually are and how important they are in life. So, I wondered, how are we to begin teaching her fiscal responsibility when it is all just a game?
Enter the Princess Money Manager. Developed by Carolyn Grossi, a mom right here in the Cleveland area, the Princess Money Manager is the perfect place to start! There are 3 sections to this bank: A Princess Loves to Spend Wisely, A Princess Loves to Save and A Princess Loves to Share. Each compartment is see-through so your little princess can always see just how much is in each part of the bank. A companion book comes with the Money Manager to read with your kids. Informative, witty and to-the-point, it explains the different between each coin and different ways to spend, save and share wisely.
Recommended for ages 3 - 8, this is a must-have for all parents with toddlers and school age girls! You can see more and purchase the Princess Money Manager here. And there is a product coming soon for boys! Look here for a peek at the Superstar Money Manager!
Thanks to Carolyn Grossi for providing us with a Money Manager for this review.
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