Interest Level: Grades 6 - 8
Making sense of economic issues with your kids can be difficult. Use these books to impart an understanding of what's going on in the world.
Sometimes, the perfect book can help you tackle the most difficult issues with your little reader. Here are our picks for 4-8.
Wall Street. Main Street. Unemployment. Recession. How do you discuss them with your children, if at all?
Francie Alexander teaches parents how to talk to kids about money.
Broach this sensitive topic with an open mind, and ask lots of questions.
The uncertainty many Americans feel about the economy today offers a chance to rediscover strengths and foster resilience in our children.
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Dump out the change jar for a kid-level lesson in basic economics.