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Money Tips

A treasure trove of useful tips for teaching kids about money. From how much pocket money to give and age appropriate chores ideas, to fun money activities and printable reward charts – we’ve got you covered.

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Pocket Money Chores List – A Parent’s Guide

Pocket Money & Chores – It’s the second most popular question we get from parents, just behind ‘How much pocket money should I give?’ and understandably so, it can be a sensitive subject that stirs up mixed emotions.

Money Matters Course

RoosterMoney – Money Matters Course

We’re really excited to bring you our updated Money Matters Course, developed in association with Children’s University   What is the Money Matters course? It’s a free to download, printable set of activity sheets. The course is open to all, but it’s ideal for 7 to 12 years old. The activities start off quite basic and […]

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Five Money Books for Parents

There’s always something we could be doing to make smarter choices over our money and some of that you can do from the sofa. We’ve pulled together a list of money books for parents that give some original perspectives on how we can make better financial decisions, financially prepare ourselves for the unexpected and even […]

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How Much Pocket Money Should I Give?

If you’re looking for answers on how much pocket money or allowance to give, then you’ve come to the right place. We have pulled together some tips and averages to help give you a steer. Remember, these are indicative – pocket money doesn’t have to be expensive. Giving pocket money in the right way (however […]

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Spring Cleaning Money Making Hacks For Your Kids

Spring is in the air! Well at least for us at RoosterHQ and with Spring comes the annual attempt to declutter and deep clean. Fear not, it’s time for you to sit back, take a supervisory role and kick start some earning and learning with the kids. So here’s our spring cleaning money making tips […]

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Get your children involved in some family budgeting

In support of Financial Capability Week, which aims to raise awareness of the importance of financial capability, we thought we’d post something to inspire you to get your children on the road to being financially capable themselves. And what better way than getting them involved in some family budgeting! Getting your children involved in the family […]