Other parents are not as lucky, however. Since most of them are working, they often do not have the time to sit down with their kids and teach them about money matters. Parents would be glad to know that there is now a fun and exciting way to teach kids about saving money. This is through Ekomini, an interactive piggy bank that connects to a computer, which keeps track of the money that kids save.
To make the saving adventure even more interesting, kids can play an online game called Ekominiville that teaches them how to save, invest, share, and spend their money. This game also has a parents’ interface that allows moms and dads to monitor their kids’ progress.
For only $39.99, you can have this educational toy package, which is ideal for kids aged 6 to 12 years.