We share some tips for newcomers on understanding the financial landscape in Canada and how Mydoh can help kids learn about money.
When’s the best time to teach your kids about money? The short answer: right now. Here are some of the most important money lessons to teach kids.
Kids as young as three are already beginning to grasp the concept of money. Introduce the ABC’s of money to your kids with these fun games and practical tips.
Parents should talk with their kids about money early. Here’s our tips on how kids can save money and build a plan that gives them a headstart on financial literacy.
Talking about money is the key to teaching kids good money savings habits, at every age. Those conversations don’t have to be awkward — and they can even be fun.
When should parents start teaching kids about money? The answer may surprise you. According to financial experts, the money lessons start early in life.
Online games and board games are a great way to introduce financial literacy skills. Here are nine fun money games for kids to play.
Volunteering or donating your time, money, or unwanted items are great ways to give back to your community. Learn more about what you and your kids can do.
Are your kids anxious about going back-to-school this year? Here’s how to talk to them about COVID-19, practice good hygiene and alleviate their fears.
Through this article, we hope to share consolidated information from authentic sources so you can understand what the new school year will look like in your province.
Find out why Bryan and Sarah Baeumler recognize the value of talking about money with their kids.
Shopping and dining locally, especially now, is about recognizing the strength and resiliency of all Canadians. Learn more about why shopping local matters.
What’s the right way to give an allowance? Robin Taub, Chartered Accountant and author of the book “A Parent’s Guide to Raising Money-Smart Kids,” answers the question.
Where do you start when talking about money with your kids? Is allowance a good idea? How do you explain the value of money to children? Find out how Mydoh can help with raising money-smart kids.
Did you know that the average tuition costs for Canadian undergrad students are currently around $6,000 per year? (That doesn’t include books, residence, or meals.) Learn more about the best way to save for your child’s education in Canada.
No matter whether your kids are back at school – or learning remotely this upcoming school year – help teach kids about money and keeping them busy in those off-school hours with these fun Mydoh chore ideas.