A highly interactive free digital financial education programme – designed to help children set positive money habits and mind-sets from an early age.
Created by experts, activities, including games, videos and role play, gets the family talking about personal finance. These sessions improve children’s understanding of the value of money and delayed gratification by making spending and saving decisions and gaining rewards.
This package of support brings money to the dinner table and tackles often difficult topics such as income and the household finances. Research shows lifelong money habits can be formed by the age of 7.
- Where Money Comes From: Ways of earning money.
- Practical Value: The cost of everyday items and the value of things in a home.
- Needs and Wants: Understanding needs and wants, making choices with money and resisting temptation.
- Keeping Track of Money: Why it is important to keep track of spending and how to do it.
- Saving: Why it is important to save.
Family Money Twist involves maths, drawing, literacy skills and drama. It helps children start their financial education journey and build on new knowledge in a fun and structured way.
*P4-6 **S1-2 in Scotland
Family Money Twist is partially funded by Kickstart Money via The Centre for Financial Capability.
From opening a first bank account and trading in real markets, to moving out of care and into independent living, MyBnk’s financial education workshops pack a BIG punch!
Impact After Our Programmes
Of pupils who would not delay gratification, now would
Of pupils are now pursuing a savings goal
Of teachers said pupils now know financial decisions have consequences
“Don’t let making a living prevent you from making a life.” – John Wooden
"A fool and their money is soon parted".
"Never confuse the size of your paycheck with the size of your talent".
“The tragedy of life doesn’t lie in not reaching your goal. The tragedy lies in having no goal to reach.” —Benjamin E. Mayes
"If money go before, all ways do lie open" (Shakespeare)
"There are people who have money and people who are rich". [Coco Chanel]
"Better spend an extra hundred or two on your son's education, than leave it him in your will." ~ The Mill on the Floss by George Eliot
"The more you LEARN the more you EARN".
"If money is the sea, learn to ride the waves".
"Your future depends on what you do today" - Mahatma Gandhi