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It’s never too late to start!

The financial education of our children should start early. CFEE's Talk With Our Kids About Money program provides teachers and parents with free tools and resources designed/geared to help them have relevant/age appropriate conversations about money.

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April 18, 2018 is the next Talk With Our Kids About Money Day.

Money Fairs; What are they?

A Money Fair is a fun way for students to learn about a money related topic. Students select a topic, prepare a presentation and present it. It’s a great way to showcase their work and share what they have learned.

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I started the conversation about money this morning. All is going well. Great interest. We discussed a lot about spending and choices. Right now they are in groups coming up with their own print ads for a cereal, dog food, or fruit juice. I can't wait to see what they come up with. Lots of great conversations going on around me!

Jill Rowe, Teacher at St. Paul’s JH (Newfoundland and Labrador)

When I heard that middle schools would have a chance to participate in this day (TWOKAM) and I saw how the day would play out, I couldn’t wait to be part of such a valuable learning opportunity for the youth and an awesome way for students to get involved in their learning about money in a positive, informative and “real” way.

Jill Johnson, Teacher, Nashwaaksis Middle School, Fredericton, New Brunswick
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