The economy is the system in which people earn and spend money. It shapes everything from routine trips to the supermarket to major life choices. What Every Child Needs to Know About The Economy explains this abstract concept to young children, helping them to understand the modern world and, more importantly, the adults in their lives. Written by two dads — a child expertThe economy is the system in which people earn and spend money. It shapes everything from routine trips to the supermarket to major life choices. What Every Child Needs to Know About The Economy explains this abstract concept to young children, helping them to understand the modern world and, more importantly, the adults in their lives. Written by two dads — a child expert and a former Wall Street analyst — What Every Child Needs to Know About The Economy is the book for any adult who wants to help young children understand why they might not have every toy they want, and why some grown-ups go to work and some do not....
|Title||:||What Every Child Needs To Know About The Economy|
|Format Type||:||Board Book|
|Number of Pages||:||22 Pages|
|Status||:||Available For Download|
|Last checked||:||21 Minutes ago!|
What Every Child Needs To Know About The Economy Reviews
These series of books are amazing. The board books are entertaining, educational and visually creative. The illustrations, coupled with real photos are spot on and enrich the text perfectly. I am going to unwrap the content of "What Every Child Needs To Know About - The Economy", by Brad and Marc, in rhyme today .... just for fun!The EconomyThe economy's whereYou earn and save money,Imagine....no cash....Now that would be funny.People made things by handOr traded for needs,Money let peopleTrade skills for a fee.Big money makersUnique skills possess,Learning in schoolCan bring you success!Some products you need,Like water and clothes,Some products you want ..."I'll take ten of those!"Do I really need more?Or just want it for me?Some people's richesCome totally free.Born into a familySo rich they can share,They pass down their treasures Their kids are their heirs.Good people and badCan have much or are poor,You can buy local,At your neighbourhood store.The planet will smile... Buy things that endure,You'll help boost the systemOf that I am sure!This book comes highly recommended by me.
There are so many other books that explain the economy better and still in a concise way to children. Out of this series, I like The Economy the least. I think this one is the most confusing of them all.I don't like these books for kids. I think they are funny, basic informationals that are cute to have on your desk or bookshelf, but I don't see them as all that great for kids. First of all, in my opinion, board books are for babies and toddlers. This book is not for babies or toddlers. It is kind of for parents to share with their preschoolers (4-5 year olds) and early elementary schoolers, but I think $8.95 is a lot of money to spend to share a book once or twice. This most certainly isn't made to be on a library's shelves because its a board book, and well, you already know how I feel about that.