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Any sensible kid knows that if they want candy at the corner store, a fancy new purse, or tickets to a concert, they've got to watch their precious funds.
The problem is, where do you learn how to budget, how to save, how to make money and make it grow? Problem solved! This kid-friendly guide to managing your finances can help set a burgeoning entrepreneur on the path to riches and glory. Told in 9 chapters starting with the history of currency as an exchange, to the building of America's banking system, to how to climb out of debt and stick to a budget, these are the tools every kid should have to turn that corner lemonade stand into a lucrative cash flow project!
Highly active, clever little people with lots of opinions. They will undoubtedly be sitting by computers, but they also need toys and games to play with and real world objects. They have got stacks of energy so anything involving hurling objects around outside is good. Kites are great at this age as they can start to control them properly. This is the age when they get seriously speedy so you might need to dust off your running shoes if you want to keep up.