School Sessions $150

What will they learn?

Younger ages (3-7)

Value of money, money identification, needs vs wants, exchanging money for goods, budgeting, earning money, debit cards, ATM machines, saving, sharing, spending money, and interest.

Middle ages (8-13)

Building on younger age material plus adding on: taxes (HST), inflation, cheques, compound interest, credit cards, investing, stocks, goal setting, entrepreneurship, fixed and variable expenses.

Older ages (14-19)

Building on all lower levels plus adding on: mutual funds, fixed income, savings and chequing accounts, debt, RRSPs, TFSAs, insurance, mortgages, credit score, retirement, personal finance, and guarding your wealth.

Financial Literacy for Kids (3-19 years old)

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Did you know?

  • Canadians carry the most amount of debt amongst all the G7 countries

  •  Canadians surveyed failed a financial capability survey, scoring on average 36%

  • Canadians carry $167 of debt for every $100 of disposable income

  • 31% of Canadians are struggling to meet their bills and payments

  • 47% of working Canadians are living paycheque to paycheque


  As you can see, Canada is enduring a financial literacy crisis.  Empower your child today so they have the necessary skills to manage their money as adults.

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