Is your 2-year-old already fascinated with your wallet? It's not too early to start teaching good money sense. Use our Parents Bucks to start educating your toddlers -- and your big kids -- about the value of a dollar.
Print our cool cash with a color printer and cut at the dotted lines. We have different colors for 1, 5, 10, and 20 dollar bills.
Fill an old wallet with our Parents Bucks and let the learning begin! Here are some age-appropriate suggestions to get you started.
Toddlers: Kids will have fun taking the money out of the wallet and putting it back in. Next step? Sorting. Encourage them to separate the bills by color. Pretty soon, they'll be ready to count from 1 to 10.
Little Kids (3 to 5 years old): Keep counting. Use the different denominations to teach your kids how to count beyond 10. You can also help them make the connection that money can be exchanged for their favorite treats at the store or at home in pretend games. Pretty soon they'll be ready to learn how to add.
Big Kids (6 to 8 years old): Make the most of our Parents Bucks by using them as an allowance. Besides letting your child "pay" for special privileges -- like extra TV time -- you can teach them how to save for something they really want.