I think we all know that one of the biggest sources of conflict in relationships is money. Some people are good about saving, others can’t save a dime and as fast as they make money they spend it. Perhaps things would be better if a good foundation was built for our children at an early age with how to manage their money. Money Scholar banks were created just for that purpose They make interactive banks that are the piggy bank for the new generation. With four different categories it will open up a dialogue between parents and children and help children to develop good money management skills that will be a benefit to them their entire lives. These banks allow them to divide their money up in four categories: Save, Invest, Give and Spend. They come in so many great styles to complement nearly any room decor.
We were lucky enough to be able to review one of these great banks and went with the Classic Sports Bank. It is very good quality and looks fabulous in our son’s sports theme bedroom. There are easy to open caps under the sports balls to remove the money from the individual banks and they all fit secure and snug in the base.
Mommy Ramblings thinks Money Scholar Banks are an excellent gift for the children on your holiday gift list. You will find it on our 2012 Holiday Gift Guide.
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