Teaching your child the value and importance of money
Helping children from a young age to develop a basic understanding of money is a good basis from which to begin to teach them about financial responsibility. Earning, saving, spending, giving away, and managing money is a part of everyday life, so it’s important that the value of money is understood not just in terms of currency values and prices, but also through an appreciation of its role in social relationships.
With this in mind, here are 6 top tips to help you: read more
Doing It For The Kids
Serial entrepreneur and father Phil Taylor-Guck shares his thoughts about how making just small changes in his parenting could have a profound effect on his children's futures. read more
Quoted in Forbes
Lorraine Allman is quoted in the article '13 ways to help your children understand business' with a "seriously good tip(s) to help parents gently encourage their children to be interested in business and finance." read more
Crowdfunding in Secondary Schools
Teach Secondary magazine is distributed to widely across the UK to secondary schools, as well as subscriptions, and shelf space at WH Smiths. Lorraine has written about Crowdfunding for the magazine in a special Fundraising edition out this month. read more
Talking Crowdfunding on Channel 5 The Wright Stuff
Lorraine was fortunate to be selected to speak live on Channel 5's 'The Wright Stuff' programme today, contributing to the discussion about Crowdfunding. read more
The Enterprising Child Philosophy
Enterprising Play - age 4 to 6 years
Explore opportunities for your child to learn about different aspects of business and enterprise through their play activities.
Listen to author Lorraine Allman talk on BBC Radio Wales about writing Enterprising Child and why it's important to start nurturing enterprising spirit in our children as early as possible. Available to download in two parts, here and here.
Introducing Enterprising Child
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