I had quite a reaction to my last post about why delaying gratification is the most important lesson to teach your kids.
The whole issue of how we cultivate the right 'mini' money-mindsets definitely hit a rather frazzled financial nerve for lots of you.
Don't forget there are lots of tips about this in Sheconomics.
The chapter on Sharing Financial Intimacies is a life-line for every pestered parent.
It deals with pocket money, how to give kids a sense of value, handing down good strategies but NOT your neuroses, the use of financial 'rewards' and saving.
So, if you're a parent, do consult the book and start nurturing those young money minds today!
I do also love the save-spend-share idea behind the moonjar - a three sectioned moneybox that teaches children that money isn't just for spending, it's for saving and sharing too!
A lovely way to build your kids' financial literacy skills.