http://www.kidnexions.com A hands-on lesson that teaches kids the power of compound interest and the importance of getting in the habit of saving.
Compound interest is money that grows on itself. I like to tell students that it's free money. And it is. We call it passive income...income we receive for doing the work once and then letting the compounding take over.
This super easy lesson is a great, hands-on way to get kids to really see the value in saving their money and what can happen to it over time.
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