The Money Camp Announces it New Homeschool Curriculum, Money Camp at Home - Teach Them Today or Live With Them After College…It's Up To You

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The Money Camp at Home is a fun, easy to use, homeschool financial literacy program that teaches kids the importance of creating multiple income streams from real estate, businesses and the stock market. With the Money Camp at Home, parents finally have an easy to follow, step-to-step program that teaches kids how to make, manage and multiply their money.

The Money Camp announces the release of its new Money Camp at Home financial education homeschool curriculum. This program teaches kids the time-honored money management and wealth creation principles that lead to financial freedom.

The Money Camp at Home program comes in two parts: the Parent/Teacher Workbook and the kid's Financial Freedom Playbook. Parents can purchase additional Playbooks so that each child has their own workbook. This unique program is appropriate for kids, ages 10 and up. One of the greatest benefits of this program is that parents often learn these critical life skills right along with their kids and the kids don't ever have to know.

“In a recent survey of our database,” says Elisabeth Donati, a leading authority of kids financial education camps and co-founder of The Money Camp for Kids, “parent's major concern was that they didn't have enough knowledge themselves to prepare their children to grow up financially savvy. And since studies show that less than 10% of our high school graduates take personal money management classes in school, it critical that parents step up to the plate and make sure their kids are prepared to handle money before they leave the nest.”

For additional information, call 805-957-1024 or visit them online at The Money Camp. Cost of the program is only $69.

About The Money Camp:

The Money Camp is a nonprofit organization that teaches kids and adults how money works so they can learn how to learn how to become financially free. Starting in 2002 with just one camp of 39 kids, the program has grown to more than 10 camps per summer and Money Camps for Grownups, Gals, Employees, Teens, Teachers and more. Their goal is to have Money Camps for Kids all over the United States by 2010.


Elisabeth Donati, Executive Director

The Money Camp



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