Northland, New Zealand (PRWEB) February 11, 2009
The brains at http://www.TeachingChildrenAboutMoney.com have been offering e-books and "Wealth Mentality Stories" in order to help parents teach their children about money as early as possible. In today's unstable economy, it is more important than ever for children to learn about what money to spend, to save, and how to earn money in the first place. These new short fictional stories teach these principles using illustrations, questions, and exercises. Also provided is a "story report" that can be used by parents to help explain the "Wealth Mentality" lessons in each story.
These days, parents are already having problems with money due to the economic uncertainty. With the help of these "Wealth Mentality" stories however, they will be able to teach their children how to handle their money so that they will not have to suffer the same problem when they get older, regardless of what economic crisis may befall them. The program is also based on empowering ideas such as teaching your children how to start their own businesses and finding jobs for teens.
For more information, visit http://www.TeachingChildrenAboutMoney.com.
About Teaching Children About Money:
As a resource to aid parents in teaching their children about money, the company was formed in 2008 in Ontario, Canada. The company found immediate success with e-booklets such as "The Insider's Secrets to Raising a Future Millionaire", "50 Money Making Ideas for Kids", and "How Can You Raise a Kid Entrepreneur Without Giving Your Kid an Allowance" Just over the last 8 months they have continued to grow covering such topics as donation to charity, complete wealth mentality, and finding jobs for teens. Most recently, company president Amanda van der Guilk was interviewed on Radio Disney AM 1250- Seattle, by radio host Dayna Coats.
(An http://IPRWire.com Press Release)
Name: Amanda van der Gulik
Address: R.R. #3, #7489
Web Address: http://www.teachingchildrenaboutmoney.com
Business Blog: http://iblogit.com/teachingchildrenaboutmoney
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