Showing posts with label parents. Show all posts
Showing posts with label parents. Show all posts

Monday, 18 May 2020

Kids Shoping Online

Kids Shopping Online
Hey hey PYCR kiddo,

It's been a while since we spoke. Hear this, if you need to buy things like stationery online, try Ali Express. The thing about Ali Express is that you would have to wait a little for your items to arrive. It's worth the wait too. A lot of their shipping if free too.

One other place you should check is Instagram. There are so many giveaways taking place right now.

Kiddo, freebies are the BEST!

P.S.S. - be safe shopping online. Get an adult to supervise where you are shopping online. Be careful who you give your name or address to online.

P.S.S.S.- I forgot to ask how homeschooling is going? I'm guessing you can't wait to get back to school.


Until next,

Much love.

P.S.S.S.S. - The video below will take you our YouTube channel. ALWAYS ASK FOR PERMISSION FROM AN ADULT.

Wednesday, 15 January 2020

16 Money Literacy Questions for a 16 Year Old

Hey hey, can you believe it literally took 2 years for me to get her to sit down with me to shoot this video😂.

Anyway, I finally did. The details of the full video are included.

Until next time,

Thursday, 16 February 2017

What's Cooking Kiddies?

Parents and kids welcome to another post.

I promise you are all going to love what I have in the pipeline for you. I have been busy cooking something super tasty and savvy.

Flash cards are in the house. Yay. Drum roll. Fun and attractive flash cards specially design for kids with literacy in mind.

Want a sneak peak? 

It'll all make more sense once it is ready to go.

There will be 6 cards in total - how good is that? Did I ever tell you that I keep money literacy very simple? I just don't do complicated stuff.

With that being said, I invite you at this early stage to comment below if you will like to get your hands on a set, or two or three of the flash cards.

Kids and parents will be able to carry around the cards around as a constant reminder of the do's and don'ts of money literacy.

I want to sincerely thank you for your support in getting this signature product off the ground.