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For children, saving for retirement is a tricky concept – here are some easy ways to talk to them about it.

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Ready your teen for independent living with these top tips from Save the Student's Tom Allingham.

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Home learning - Planning for the future

Children may find it hard to grasp the concept of what money will mean to them in the future, these MoneySense activities are here to guide them through the subject with fun activities and interactive learning. There are two activities available for 5-8s, 8-12s and 12-16s. Once you've completed these, why not try out our Learning through the summer activities?

Home Learning – Learning through the summer

Our summer round up of fun games and activities will help keep your child learning about money over the holidays - there are two activities available for 5-8s, 8-12s and 12-16s. Once you've completed these, why not try out our Pocket money and spending activities?

Home learning - Pocket money and spending

When it comes to pocket money, your child might just focus on earning (or simply receiving) it – but how they save or spend their money is also a skill to be learnt as they become more independent. There are two activities available for 5-8s, 8-12s and 12-16s.