Teaching Financial Education Since 2002

Reading Financial Education Books to Kids is one of the best way to Ensure Financial Success as Adults!

Children learn to love the sound of language before they even notice the existence of printed words on a page. Reading books aloud to children stimulates their imagination and expands their understanding of the world. It helps them develop language and listening skills and prepares them to understand the written word.

A recent Ohio State University study found that reading five books a day to your children exposes them to about 1.4 millionaire more words by kindergarten than those children who did not have books read to them.

Imagine for a moment the thousands of financial words that your child needs to know and understand as an adult.

One of our most important financial Creative Wealth Principles about learning the Language of Money. We promise you you can never start teaching your kids about money too early.

Our Favorite Kids Financial Books

Financial Education Games for Kids and Teens

Money Bags Coin Value Game helps kids get a good grip on money skills through a fun game.

Cashflow for Kids is a game developed by Robert Kiyosaki, the author of Rich Dad Poor Dad.

Rich Dad Poor Dad was the main inspiration behind Creative Wealth's programs. Kiyosaki's principles of investing in cash flow producing assets is the underlying education emphasis in Camp Millionaire, Moving Out for Teens and The Money Game.

Monopoly...one of the oldest financial games ever created.

Considering that so many financially free people got to be financially free through real estate, we highly recommend kids play this game early and often!

Just like it's big brother, Monopoly Junior will start to teach your little ones why owning real estate is a really great financial stratgegy.



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Whether you're a parent looking for tools to prepare your children for adulthood or a teacher searching out the most effective and fun ways to teach kids about money, we're here for you!