13
Jul

Three Cups Review

Teaching children how to save, spend and be charitable with money is as easy as one, two, three. Inspired by real-life events, Three Cups is a loving lesson in saving, spending and charity that will be eagerly embraced and practiced by both parents and children alike. 
     This is a beautifully put together hard-cover book that I read this book to my children last night and they all sat through it and really enjoyed it. Even the 2.5 year old. This story is based on a true story from Tony Townsley that is retold tenderly by Mark St. Germain and the story is wonderfully illustrated by April Willy.

  We thought this was a brilliant story and idea. This is something I feel is very important to teach our children to stop financial hardship before it ever happens. If we train them up right as children hopefully they won’t have to suffer when they are adults. My daughter, 11, “works” for our neighbor who is off in Afghanistan. He has a friend living in the home taking care of things but my daughter goes over several times a week and plays with his two “girls” doggies, walks them on a leash and cleans up their mess in the yard. She gets her check in the mail every week and is actually doing an amazing job at saving up her money in the bank but we haven’t implemented the charitable aspect of it nor do we have such a great system in place as this book explains to us. 

     After reading the story my daughter decided it was a good idea as well and is something we will sit down and discuss and establish and my 4 year old son want to start this up too. He LOVES money already but is very eager to give it to other and/or spend the money in his piggy bank so I think this is something we may start with him soon too. 

     This is a book I WILL recommend to my friends and family as well as to the parents and grandparents that may be reading my blog.  This will be $10.00 spent that you won’t regret. It is available for purchase online in many locations. You can buy it direct by clicking HERE.   
 

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