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This game lets kids try out keeping a budget as if they're living on their own for the first time. The objective? Don't bust their budget! If they can make wise decisions through each round, they might be able to stay in budget!

20 minutes to play. Great for a family, co-op, classroom, or youth group. No prep needed. Each player or group needs one "game board" and 20 counters (we like jelly beans!).

Game: Don't Bust Your Budget

We become 42% more likely to achieve our goals and dreams when we write them down on a regular basis. It doesn't work to just have them in our heads, we must WRITE them down.

Our weekly goal setter printable will help your kiddos cultivate a lifelong habit of goal setting, (and dare we say goal crushing)!

Weekly Goal Getter Planner

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Add your own daily or weekly chores. If they don't need to do a specific chore every day, blackout the bubbles when not required.
Kids can use little stickers or a marker to check off their progress. Or laminate the chore chart for use with dry-erase markers, week after week.

The Chore Chart

Does your kiddo love the idea of starting a business, but they're just not sure what kind of business they could start?

We've got 55 kid-approved business ideas to get them going! But our favorite suggestion is to encourage them to try a few, they learn new lessons with each entrepreneurial adventure they have!

55 KID-APPROVED BUSINESS IDEAS

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Ready for the next adventure?

Ready for the next adventure?