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The Money Game – A Shorter Version

By |2018-09-25T00:59:39+00:00September 25th, 2018|Extra Money Game Activities Category, Financial Education, Money Game FAQ, Money Game Specific|

Shortening The Money Game I often get calls from people who want to know if they can use The Money Game in a shorter time frame, like two hours or less. This is a great question, and depending on the group that you're teaching, sometimes the answer is "Yes", sometimes the answer is "Maybe" [...]

Ultimate Allowance Questions from Dad

By |2017-01-18T08:11:55+00:00May 3rd, 2011|Allowance News|

Because I constantly check in with the folks who purchase The Ultimate Allowance, I frequently get questions in my email box about little things (which are always big things:-). Usually they are simple but here are a few I thought I'd share from a dad with three sons. He's about to start the 8-year old [...]

Introducing Money Game/Camp Millionaire Cabins!

By |2017-01-18T08:11:56+00:00April 12th, 2011|Money Game Specific, Powerful Teaching Techniques|

If you've ever taught a group of kids, or even if you haven't, you know what it's like to maintain some semblance of order in a group bigger than, oh...say...two! It doesn't take long for kids to get over their awkward self-consciousness and form little cliques, etc. The longer they spend time together, the more [...]

Great Testimonial (and new ideas) from Anita in New Zealand

By |2016-04-07T11:48:37+00:00January 30th, 2011|Extra Money Game Activities Category, Money Game Specific, Money Game Testimonials|

"Just wanted to say we had HEAPS of FUN playing the Money Game. Because it was my first time, and I wanted to be sure all the kids 'won' - I opted for the short version where they received $200 for each asset they owned. I chose to make the kids 'work' for me at [...]

Announcing our 2011 Money Game Trainings

By |2017-01-18T08:11:58+00:00January 20th, 2011|Money Game Specific, Money Game Training Workshops|

It has become very clear over the years that though Camp Millionaire is a rocking fabulous program any way you want to teach it (1 day to 5 days or more), it is just a whole lot of information to get under your belt to teach well. Our 5-day Train-the-Trainer changes lives...so we've been told [...]

10 Ways to Make Financial Education Fun & Effective

By |2017-01-18T08:11:59+00:00December 22nd, 2010|Financial Education, Money Game Specific, Money Game Training Workshops, Powerful Teaching Techniques|

Money. No matter how you look at it, on some level, you need it. You need it for shelter. You need it for food. And you need it for a zillion other things that make life a little more convenient and enjoyable. Whether you love it or despise it, it's part of life and the [...]

Ten Great Ways to Make Financial Education Fun AND Effective

By |2017-01-18T08:12:02+00:00October 20th, 2010|Powerful Teaching Techniques|

Money. No matter how you look at it, on some level, you need it. You need it for shelter. You need it for food. And you need it for a zillion other things that make life a little more convenient and enjoyable. Whether you love it or despise it, it's part of life and the [...]

Allowance Secrets

By |2009-10-06T22:07:26+00:00October 6th, 2009|Latest from Elisabeth|

If you've ever wondered what the other EXPERTS think about allowances, check out this free ebook from Amanda van der Gulick of TeachingChildrenAboutMoney. She's doing a great job helping me help parents empower their kids and she loved my book so much she put together this book of what the experts thought. Enjoy...

Allowances and Children: Some Simple Facts of Life

By |2017-01-18T08:12:06+00:00August 17th, 2009|Allowance News, Financial Literacy News, Latest from Elisabeth|

It's hard to disagree with the idea that in life we trade one thing for another. We trade our time and energy for money. We trade our time and energy for food, water, shelter, protection, and a whole lot more. In addition to trading 'things', we trade 'ways of being'. Adults trade being good employees, [...]

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