Investing For Kids
51 Ways To Make Money, Save and Invest By Teaching Kids About Money
by Misty Green
This title was previously available on NetGalley and is now archived.
Pub Date 20 Oct 2021 | Archive Date 06 Dec 2021
Teach Your Kids to Become an Entrepreneur by Learning awesome ways to make money, save and invest for kids.
This comprehensive guide will take you through 51 ways to make money, which kids don’t learn in school.
In Investing For Kids, you will discover:
* How to use creativity to earn money while learning about responsibility.
* 51 ways to make money in a simple step-by-step approach.
* Kid friendly focus with lots of examples and tips.
* Learn the importance of earning from a young age.
* Comprehensive guide for both parents (to help their children) and kids to successfully use the tricks and tips to succeed.
* Teaching kids about taking control of their own life from a young age so they can transition into adult responsibilities with ease.
* Saving tips and some methods involved when it comes to saving.
* Investing ideas and how you can use your savings to build passive income.
* Practical instructions for beginners on starting a business that will help to gain confidence in dealing with new customers.
* Gain communication and organizational skills when it comes to earning.
* Several ways to make use of your savings to invest in your education.
And much more.
In honest, practical terms, Investing For Kids explains each of the different methods you can adopt to earn an income.
From walking dogs to making clay earrings to earning via video games and online tuitions, we will cover it all!
It’s going to be a challenge, certainly. But you will be working toward invaluable, lifelong benefits.
"This book covers a lot of different ways to make money. I am a grandparent who was looking for a finance book for a variety of aged children. This book will work for the youngest to the oldest.
What I really liked was how she explains the job, what would be needed and expected of you and then what you could expect to charge. Then she wraps everything up by discussing how to save and invest the money they made in basic terms."
Average rating from 3 members
I like how this book was very clear in it's instructions on how to perform specific tasks such as cleaning furniture or cleaning cupcakes, although I believe those instructions may be a bit restrictive. This book has a lot of good tips (as well as some bad ones... (selling Instagram captions?) but overall I think will teach kids to be better venture capitalists! Which is kind of terrible but also very necessary for success in today's country and is also nothing new.