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You'll learn how to teach your kids the key principles of money by creating teachable moments in your family's everyday routine. You'll learn how to build your kid's character and give them a solid understanding of how money works and how to make wise decisions.
Work and Responsibility
Focuses on the work-money connection, personal responsibility, and how work reflects our relationship with God
Spending and Wisdom
Helps you understand your child’s God-given bent and how to lead them to make wise spending decisions
Saving and Patience
Shows you how to encourage delayed gratification and teach your kids to set specific goals for saving
Giving and Generosity
Teaches you how to raise generous children by emphasizing God’s ownership and challenging your kids to step out of their comfort zones
Debt and Honesty
Shares the Bible’s perspective on debt so you can raise kids who can identify and reject the cultural myths that say debt is normal
Contentment and Gratitude
Protect your kids from the “bigger is better” messages in our culture and encourage an attitude of contentment rooted in humility and gratitude
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Principle Teaching Lesson Videos
Watch and learn the six principle lessons for raising money-smart kids from Rachel Cruze and Dave Ramsey.
Key Character Quality Videos
Each lesson includes a corresponding character quality to help you raise your child to not only be money-smart, but also to learn important life skills along the way.
Rachel and Dave give practical, age-specific applications for three age groups (3-5, 6-13, and 14-college).
A Mom's Perspective
Join Sharon Ramsey as she shares stories from a mom's perspective.
Age Appropriate Activities
Enjoy applying the principles you have learned by doing these activities with your kids! They are fun, easy to implement, and specific to each age group.
Connect with other Parents
Talk to other parents in our commenting section on the lessons, videos, and activities and share ideas, sucesses and challenges in raising smart-money kids.