More than ever before, it pays to teach kids the skills they need to manage their money, now and in the future. We hope the following links and resources will help you introduce your children or students to the idea of responsible money management.
The NSSC, as a member of the Canadian Securities Administrators (CSA) has developed an interactive program to help parents and teachers talk with youth about budgeting, debit card use and common sense spending. Make it Count - an interactive money mentoring program and information resource - include a parent's guide, instructor's guide and online daily budgeting program that uses everyday situations like errands as the basis for common sense discussions about youth money management.
- Making Allowances: A Dollars and sense Guide to teaching Kids About Money
- Lermitte, Paul. McGraw-Hill, 2002. ISBN 0071398287
- Money Doesn't Grow on Trees: A Parent's Guide to Raising Financially Responsible Children
- Godfrey, Neale S. Fireside, 1994. ISBN 0671798057
- Raising Money Smart Kids: What They Need to Know About Money and How to tell Them
- Bodnar, Janet. Dearborn Trade, 2005. ISBN 1419505165
- Money Sense For Kids
- Hollis Page, Harman. Barrons Ednl Series, 2004. ISBN 0764128949
- The Toothpaste Millionaire
- Merrill, Jean. Houghton Mifflin Company, 1999. ISBN 0395960630
- Amelia Works It Out
- Moss, Marissa. Pleasant Company Publications, 2000. ISBN1584850809
- Ultimate Kids Money Book
- Godfrey, Neale S. Simon & Schuster, 2002. ISBN 0689814895