Here’s how you can restrict screen time, filter content, deal with age limits, scams and bullying, and stay on top of online spending
Discover great ways of gifting money to children especially at Christmas, from RoosterMoney, the educational pocket-money app and kids’ debit card
Get the new school year started in style with these choice backpacks, pencil cases and water bottles
Got you a Rooster Card? Or just need somewhere else to put that pocket money? Then check out these choices
Keep that home school spirit going, as easily as possible, with these products
See in the season by setting these jobs. Your family gets to clean up, and your kids might get a little reward
Catch up on lost learning, via these fun, informative apps
With app version 7.5.0 you and your kids can now find detailed card decline reasons in the app. These can be found in your child’s Spend pot or on their Statement, which can also be accessed straight from their Manage Card screen. Whether a payment didn’t go through because a spend limit was hit or […]
#RoosterFirsts is a new series of challenges and prizes celebrating important first moments ?? . We’re starting with your First Chore of the Year.
A parents’ guide to digital games currency, including guides to Roblox and Robux, Fortnite and V-bucks, and Minecraft and Minecoins, from RoosterMoney
Celebrate those #RoosterFirsts – Share a video of your First Purchase of the Year on Instagram for a chance to win up to £50. ?
A simple, no-nonsense parents’ guide to controlling and managing payments and online safety in Minecraft for your kids from Roostermoney – check it out!
We explain how to use the Rooster Card with a Nintendo Child Account.
We explain how to use the Rooster Card with the PlayStation Network.
Chores are a necessary part of daily life, but that doesn’t mean they have to be a burden. In fact, if you have kids, not only can you get them involved in the family chores, but find the right system, and you can turn it into an educational experience for them too.
We dive into the detail on how to use the Rooster Card with a Microsoft Account so you can benefit from all its features.
The ultimate guide to using your Rooster Card online, from getting set-up, to managing subscriptions and safe online spending.
A quick guide to using your Rooster Card online, whether it’s buying Fortnite V-bucks, Roblox credits or subscribing to a new game, those small transactions can add up.
Strong Customer Authentication (SCA) was put in place as part of EU regulations to help reduce fraud and make payments safer. What do users need to know?
It may just seem like another expense in the long list of regular outgoings, but there’s a number of very good reasons behind why we’ve been giving a regular amount of money to children for the past two hundred years. So let’s look at the advantages of giving pocket money!
Premium Bonds are a saving account with added excitement. Instead of earning interest on your savings, you get the chance to win tax-free cash prizes every month. You might win a million pounds – or you might win nothing at all. However, unlike a lottery, you can always get your savings back. It’s worth noting that the Premium Bond rate is set to be cut in December 2020 which will affect your chance of winning.
Picking the right children’s savings account isn’t just a matter of spotting the highest interest rate. There’s a bewildering range of options, so first you’ll need to think about what you want from a savings account. Here we break down the basics for you.
Liane Katz is the founder of MAMA.Codes, a mum and entrepreneur and specialist in teaching children to code. ——— As the world becomes increasingly digitally focused, we need to ensure that children are part of the digital conversation. The rise of Artificial Intelligence which is now being incorporated into robots is potentially both exciting and […]
What’s on this page? Introduction to teaching children about money Talking to kids about money Pocket money Pocket money routines How much pocket money to give Using chores for kids as an educational tool Reward chart systems Money activities for kids Integrating lessons into the everyday Arts and Crafts activities Money activities at home […]
Our ‘Rooster Heroes’ series brings you financial experts from all over the world, asking them 10 quick fire questions on all things pocket money and allowances – so you learn from the best. They’re all leaders in their field, and they’re all people we at RoosterMoney admire. This month we spoke to Nadia Bentoua. Nadia […]
You can search for the ‘RoosterMoney’ skill from your Amazon Alexa app and Enable it for your family. Use your parent login details to link you account and then say ‘Alexa, open RoosterMoney’! We developed the RoosterMoney skill for Amazon Alexa to act as a family hub where everyone can find out how much is owed to who, who earned […]
All of us at RoosterHQ enjoy a good Ted Talk. They’re short, insightful and a lot of the time, they’re funny and entertaining too! We also think they provide some great ‘kidspiration’! So here’s our favourite Ted Talks for Kids. From engaging ways to get children into engineering, to the small questions asked that can […]
Many families on RoosterMoney use a reward chart and star charts to help manage their children’s pocket money or get them involved in household jobs! We have created a free reward chart template to make it easy for you to print off a customisable reward chart. Download our free Reward Chart Template here – RoosterMoney