How to teach money skills to young children

03/25/2013 | Atlanta Journal-Constitution, The

Preschoolers aren't too young to learn the basics of handling money, experts say, and the sooner financial-literacy training begins, the more likely it is to stick. Children ages 3 to 5 can be given a small allowance and taught to divide it into "giving," "saving" and "spending" categories, says Danny Kofke, a teacher and author. As they grow, children should learn more about earning money, Kofke says.

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