Problems That Matter

The kids no longer believe that the ice cream truck is a music truck. That was a cute idea for a while, but they've wised up to the ruse. They want their ice cream novelty item, and they want it NOW. On my way home the other day I passed the ice cream truck as... Continue Reading →

Ask for a Receipt

"But you can just use your credit card, Mom." This is the response from the kids every time I tell them we are not buying what they want because it costs too much. This scenario has played out so often that I have realized two things. First, my response isn't really communicating what I mean,... Continue Reading →

Money Math

If you haven't already, break into your child's piggy bank. It's a great way to get mathy. Okay. Don't really break the bank. And certainly not without permission. But you can easily fill a few quiet moments with your young child playing with money, and in doing so, set the foundations for understanding many mathy... Continue Reading →

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