Teaching Kids Financial Literacy with RateSupermarket.ca Giveaway CAN 15/01


December means the holidays are in full swing, and it also signifies the start of one of the highest spending seasons of the year for families. To help manage the family budget,RateSupermarket.ca is here to help, offering free, up to date information on the latest personal finance offers, guides, tips and articles to help you get more from your purchases during the holidays and all year round.

The best new tool? The Rewards Calculator, which picks out the best credit card on the market for you, based on the rewards you want (gas, cash back, travel or special rewards) and your current spending habits. When you have the right card with the right rewards, your holiday generosity comes back to you!

This holiday season, my readers are being offered a giveaway prize pack courtesy of RateSupermarket.ca which is a great resource. Valued at $75, the giveaway consists of fun resources that can help moms teach their little ones about spending, saving and personal finance after a season where spending is at an all-time high. The package will arrive in January just as the holiday bills begin to roll in; The perfect time to start your child’s spending education.

PRIZE (all items f0r one winner):

Cash Register – $19.99 Keep your child busy scanning, calculating and weighing food. A pretend conveyor belt and scale allow kids to take care of pretend food. A scanner with beeping sounds and light let your child know the item was scanned properly. A working calculator with auto shut-off totals the bill and play money and a credit card take care of the total.

Children’s Books – $10-15

Ages 8-12 – The Lemonade War – “The Lemonade War” by Jacqueline Davies is the first in a series about two siblings who open up competeing lemonade stands. The story escalates as the siblings use their skills and a few ideas about entrepreneurship to drive their ‘lemonade war’ to amusing heights. “The Lemonade War” teaches the basics of entrepreneurship, planning, and money management in the context of an enjoyable adventure story that hits upon the lives of upper elementary children.

Ages 8-14 – New Totally Awesome Money Book for Kids – Jam-packed with up-to-date, easy-to-understand information on every area of money, this smart, useful book- just right for kids age 8-14- makes learning about money fun. A savvy brother and sister team, Arthur and Rose explain a lot about money matters.

Money Savvy Kids: The Best Way to Teach Your Children About Money for a Strong Financial Future – $15

Money Savvy Kids is an indispensible, fun-to-read book by Gordon Pape and his daughter, Deborah Kerbel, which will help you get your children on the right track to understanding all about money. It contains sound, practical information from Canada’s most trusted financial writer plus many delightful and humorous personal stories that will leave you laughing while you learn.

Piggy Bank – $14.99

Encourage your little one to start saving their allowance or monetary gifts with a cute piggy bank.

Begins on: time post goes live  and   Ends on: January 15, 2015 at 8 pmEST

Terms and Conditions:  Open to Canadian residents 18+ only (excludes Quebec). Winner will be notified within 48 hours of the giveaway via email, and will be required to provide their full name, address and telephone number, so that Sponsor can mail out the prize.  By entering this contest you are accepting that, if you win, your contact information will be shared with a PR agency for the purpose of mailing your prize.  Please allow 4-6 weeks from the contest closure date to receive your prize.  [Please read entireTerms and Conditions]  All winners must be from within Canada.  Please note giveaways are only open to Canadian residents and will not be sent out of the country.

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