Practical Financial Literacy Program for Kids

Financial habits form young. Youth who are not taught how to manage, value, and work for money lack the skills they need to be self-sufficient. This situation has impact not only on the child’s future finances, but also self-esteem, relationships, and overall enjoyment of life when he or she matures into adulthood.

What is this course?

This course teaches practical financial concepts and helps children develop a comprehensive understanding of how money works in our world. Children will learn through simulation games of market and economy, simulating interest rates, inflation rates and supply-demand economics in a simple game format. This course will provide the right financial education for children and will inculcate the importance of “saving money” and “growing one’s money” to lead a healthy financial life. Detailed curriculum is mentioned below

Course Duration: 15 classes | Gamified Learning | Built by Ivy League MBAs "

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    Financial Literacy for Kids
    Real-world, non-bookish, necessary applicative learning that can be absorbed by kids easily and remembered forever.
    Simulation and Gamification based learning of various variables and market/economic behaviour for easy internalization for children.
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    Simulation and Gamification based learning of various variables and market/economic behaviour for easy internalization for children.
    Financial Literacy for Kids
    Learning Extensions Assessments Lesson applications Homework Activities Mini-Projects

    A lesson from the Marwari Community of India on why teaching kids about finance early is important

    Financial Literacy Classes for Kids
    In the Marwari community of India, even when the family is financially very well-doing, Marwari households generally start teaching their children the importance of money at a young age. They encourage their children to begin saving as soon as they reach the age of early teens by telling personal anecdotes from their own lives or by giving them financial advice.

    You’ll see most Marwari children already managing personal finances during college/pre-university time and taking positions of college financier, managing group finances, etc by doing ledger financing and being highly aware of money between the ages of 13-17 itself, which many normal people might not be aware of until their 30s too.

    The point is – Teaching kids finance is never early. Obviously, we’re not running them through balance sheets and accounting and making them go through exams.

    What happens when kids learn about finance early?

    When children/teenagers learn about finance early, they’re still not absorbing it completely. But with this knowledge, they will start observing the increase of prices, absorbing the changes in the world in interest rates and understand that money mechanics of the world. They’ll internalize that one shouldn’t waste money on unnecessary stuff. This enables them to save their money early when they start working and they’ll have a more secure financial future in their working lives compared to their peers.

    A majority of the most famous Indian businessmen, billionaires, startup founders and stock market gurus come from the Marwari community and that is not a coincidence. They have the good habits of teaching finance and the importance of money very early in their community
    Finance for Kids