A treasure trove of useful tips for teaching kids about money. From how much pocket money to give and age appropriate chores ideas, to fun money activities and printable reward charts – we’ve got you covered.
Have you been targeted by scammers? Here’s a few tips to help you stay safe online right now
From ancient currency to modern taxes, chocolate has a lot to teach us
Kids can pay for lunch, catch the train, bus or tram, and buy an after-school treat, all via NatWest Rooster Money’s safe, simple prepaid debit card for children
The UK Budget 2021 can be a great educational conversation starter with your kids. We offer some tips on how to make the government’s Budget fun and educational for kids.
Lent starts this week, and we’re starting to think about how giving something up teaches kids about money, from the merits of delayed gratification to the added spending power saving brings
Teaching kids to save money? Show your son or daughter how to save, via these fun tips, brought to you by RoosterMoney the allowance app for children.
Stay at home challenge – Needs & Wants List. Understanding the difference between needs and wants is key to good decision making in all aspects of life, not just money.
Stay at home challenge – Find the best energy deals. Challenge your kids to find a better deal on your gas or electricity bills by turning them into your in-house savings expert.
Stay at home challenge – Choose a cause. Discuss some potential causes your child could support, and encourage them to choose one that matches their interests and matters to them.
Stay at home challenge – Spot the best savings account. Get them checking comparison tables of children’s savings accounts, and find an account paying the highest interest.
Stay at home challenge – Set up shop. Playing shop is a great activity for the imagination as well as practicing some mental arithmetic.
Stay at home challenge – Future me. This challenge is about having fun with all the possibilities ahead of you.
Stay at home challenge – Fridge Raiders. A simple game about a simple but important money concept – Needs vs Wants.