Family Office Executives, and Wealth Advisory Firms
There are many resources and games available for teaching children about different aspects of managing money, investing, and philanthropy. Starting financial literacy education with children and teens will be more successful when you make the activity fun, connected to their life stage and related to current interests. This includes gamifying learning, suggesting books to the readers, board games for kinesthetic learners, and offering videos for those that are auditory and visual learners. Consider using these resources to create shared learning experiences for siblings and generational groups.
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