The Money Mammals fills a gaping void in children’s educational videos by teaching the value of money. In today’s society where debt is an epidemic, the Money Mammal message to children to “share, save, and spend smart too,” may just be a catalyst for change.”

— Amy N., Colorado

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This indispensable kit is loaded with award-winning Money Mammals content!

The Complete Money Empowerment Kit includes The Art of Allowance book for you, and the entertaining, educational Money Mammals DVD and picture book trilogy for your kids. Click here to read more about the Kit

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“This book changed the dynamic with our fourteen-year-old around money.” 
— Susan, Money Mammals parent

Are you worried that you’re spoiling your child? Overwhelmed by how much stuff your child is accumulating? Wondering if and when an allowance might help? The Art of Allowance might be what you need. Click here to read more about The Art of Allowance.

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AOA 032: Conversations, Questions and Self-Care — How Parents Can Help Their Kids Through a Crisis — With Special Guest Lucy Rimalower

Are you wondering how best to talk to your kids during a crisis? With coronavirus and COVID-19 dominating our lives, I thought it would be helpful to take a slight detour with this episode and talk to an expert about how we can have better conversations with our kids in the midst of a crisis.

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