Introducing our Money Book, a dynamic tool designed to spark interest in mathematics while instilling essential financial habits in your child. This engaging resource not only cultivates the habit of saving but also strengthens your child's mathematical proficiency. From recognizing coins and notes to budgeting and even exploring the historical relevance depicted on Indian currency, this book offers a comprehensive learning experience.
What will my child learn?
Mathematical Proficiency: By engaging with activities centered around money, children develop essential math skills such as addition and subtraction, all while gaining a practical understanding of currency.
Financial Literacy: The book lays the foundation for financial literacy, teaching children the importance of saving, budgeting, and making informed financial decisions.
Cultural Awareness: Through exploring the imagery on Indian currency, children gain insight into the historical and cultural significance associated with each coin and note.
How to play?
Begin with an Introduction: Explain to the child what the Money Book is and its purpose. Emphasize that it's a tool to learn about money, saving, and basic financial concepts.
Explore the Contents: Go through the book together. Point out different sections, activities, and topics it covers. Highlight any special features like board games, certificates, or interactive elements.
Start with Coin Recognition: Begin by teaching the child about various coins in circulation. Show them real coins and help them identify each one by name, value, and appearance.
Simple Addition and Subtraction: Use the activities in the book to practice basic arithmetic using money. For example, ask the child to add or subtract different denominations to calculate totals.
Consistent Use: Encourage the child to use the Money Book regularly. Practice the activities, play the board games, and revisit concepts to reinforce their understanding.
What will I get?
One Book, Two Paper Board Games and One Certificate.