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Helping Kids Save Money the Fun Way #MoneySavvyPig

8/14/2017 Amy Groves 6 Comments




How do you teach your kids to save? Have you came up with a solid plan? I have tried a few different ways but, I think i have finally found one that will really work. And, I get to host a giveaway on it too so , I want as much feed back as I can get. I think its really cool.

So, of course you all remember the old trusty piggy bank. I think we all had one, in one way or another. Fill it up and see what you can save. Or get it half way full and go to the corner store for a bag of dime candy. I'm kinda sad my kids will never know what that's like. I think the low man on the totem pole is still a quarter at the least, maybe thirty five cents.

It's hard to save when it seems like your money is gone after one tiny splurge. I feel that frustration even as an adult. So what is it you are asking right? It's the Money Savvy Pig piggy bank from Money Savvy Generation. It makes what seems like a life long goals to a kid, break down into smaller, more feasible, and visually pleasing goals. I love it!

Instead of just one goal, it offers four separate goals. It's the perfect personal financial institution for kids, even adults. Seeing the money grow and know what it's for, is a great motivator to fill it up. The sections include Save, Spend, Donate, and Invest.

These are personalize-able with stickers so the money manager (my kiddo) can make realistic goals to suit her needs. Each quadrant has it's own slit at the top and it's own hole on the bottom. That's great for reaching goals and being able to empty each chamber as it needs to be done. I remember my old glass piggy I had when I was little. I had to break it to get it open, sad face.


The tabs on the bottom of the piggy bank are labeled to go to the correct chamber so there is no mistake from the top or the bottom. They twist and lock into place too. No accidental spillage. I love you Duck Tape but I won't be needing you on this adventure.

Personalizing savings is so cool. The Money Savvy Pig piggy bank comes with a sheet of stickers for each chamber. There is a blank oval right above the chamber name to put the stickers right on there. That way, there is no confusion at all. This is a great way to get kids to manage their money.

Oh ya, also has little piggy eyes too. The options are brown, blue, and green. My little munchkin's eyes are blue so she wanted piggy's to be blue too. The super shiny stickers for the money saving reminders are fun designs and there are even blank silver ones to let them be creative.

If you are looking for a fun and easy way to teach our next generation how to manage their financials from an early age, this is an amazing way.

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6 comments:

  1. This would be an awesome 'pig' for our entire family. I know it is intended for the kids but we can learn to better save together. We would probably name the pig and put it in a prominent place where everyone would participate. It would also encourage us to start using cash more, which is actually a better idea.

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  2. I love how easy it is so save money and to "see" where it can go too! Cute, cute, cute and very functional!

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  3. This would be a lot of fun for the kids. It is pretty cool!

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  4. Sounds cute and fun for the whole family. Thanks for sharing.

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  5. this is a very valuable tool to teach kids(and adults) to budget money.

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  6. i like the donate feature. good way to teach kids how to be selfless.

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